In November of 2004, Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” had its premiere in San Francisco’s historic Curran Theatre. Directed by Tony Award Winner Walter Bobbie (Chicago) and choreographed by Tony Award Nominee Randy Skinner (42nd Street), the show received unanimous rave reviews. I originated the dual roles of Mr. Snoring Man and EzekielFoster. In subsequent years, I recreated the roles in Los Angeles, Detroit, and on Broadway.
In 2011, much of the Broadway cast reunited in “White Christmas” at the famous Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ. And in 2012, I was pleased to recreated my roles in the White Christmas National Tour, which played Hershey, Nashville, Columbus, Dayton, Buffalo, and four weeks at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.