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Mitch plays the embittered army captain, Solyony, in the UV Theater Project's production of Three Sisters at the Ragdale Foundation in Illinois. See the UV Theater Project's website for more info and tickets!
Mitch stars as Robert, a neurotic writer, in "Stiff," a new off broadway comedy that can you can describe as The Producers meets Weekend at Bernie's. Stiff runs February 23 - March 3 at the TBG Mainstage Theatre in midtown Manhattan. CLICK HERE for tickets and more info!
Mitch wrote, produced, and co-directed a funny little public service announcement to help get the word out about Open Enrollment in health care plans for 2018. It was featured on the front page of Funny or Die and widely shared across social media platforms. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-BiJ45td8s
Mitch is thrilled to play one of the leads in Stiff, an Off-Broadway showcase show that will run February 21-March 3 at the TBG Theatre in Manhattan. For more info, check out this Broadway World article. Hope to see you at the show!
https://vimeo.com/168772776 Mitch is proud to be part of the supporting cast in the feature film, June Falling Down. June Falling Down has screened at the following film festivals in 2017: Chicago International Movies & Music Festival, Driftless Film Festival, Santa Cruz Film Festival, Vero Beach Wine & Film Festival, Cinema at the Edge Film Festival, [...]
Mitch acted in the October Upright Citizens Brigade sketch cram, acting in this (very NSFW) parody of the Regal Cinema's Coca-Cola student films. It was written by Michael Hartney (Throwing Shade, 30 Rock, UCB) and directed by Chris Wade. https://vimeo.com/239354400
Mitch was in the July 2017 Upright Citizens Brigade sketch cram. He acted in the sketch "Haircut," written by Hunter Nelson (The Onion, UCB) and directed by Chris Wade. HAIRCUT from Chris Wade on Vimeo.