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current work

current and recent projects

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Rocky Horror - Surging Films and Theatrics

Don't dream it... just be it! I spent fall 2023 getting campy and spooky with a cult classic movie musical: The Rocky Horror Show, produced by Surging Films and Theatrics.

[fall 2023]

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Footholds Vol. 4 - The Impostors Theatre Co.

I spent my early summer performing in The Impostor Theatre Co.'s yearly "grand experiment:" Footholds, "an anthology series written by playwrights from across the Chicagoland community. Ensemble members conceived the idea in reaction to one of the most frustrating and intimidating villains an artist can face: a blank page. A blank canvas allows for infinite possibilities, but this can sometimes act as a hindrance. With no definitive starting point, it can be difficult to realize a final product. By introducing a single, ambiguous constraint, a crack in the block of marble, we ask our writers and collaborators to start with the same limitation and branch off wherever their imaginations take them." 

The foothold for Vol. 4 was a trolley car.

[summer 2023]

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headshots

headshots taken by Collin Quinn Rice, © 2022

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production stills

production stills from various performances, 2015-2023.

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videos

performance segments and commercial features

commercial: Delta Airlines Safety Video Sept. 2023

I am featured in the Delta Airlines safety video that aired in September 2023. See the lifevest section. 

{septmber 2023}

performance segment: 4.48 psychosis

cut from thesis production at Carleton College. this monologue is one of Kane's clear poetic moments in the show, where the actor(s) reflect on a lost love of some sort.

{november 2019}

short film: papier

silent short film exploring themes of depression and friendship by director Ali Purdum.

{november 2017}

performance segment: the skriker

cut from the opening monologue from a performance of The Skriker at Carleton College. In this monologue, The Skriker takes the audience on a wild ride of exposition, warnings, and fairytales.

{march 2020}

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