My mission is "to create excitement and curiosity about history
by giving voice to stories that celebrate the human spirit."
My roles have ranged from playing John Merrick in The Elephant Man, Philip Lombard in And Then There Were None, Ty Cobb in Cobb to Virgil in Dante's Inferno.
Photo: Joseph Smith as The Recordkeeper in Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol
There is magic and joy in doing a living history performance in front of an audience. I decided that I would take my love of acting and history and bring them together as a Performing Artist of Living History.
Photo: Joseph Smith as Philip Freneau, Poet of the American Revolution, for the Matawan Historical Society.
I am a Performing Artist of Living History who researches, writes and performs living history. My portrayals bring people from history forward in time in an entertaining and engaging way, serving museums, historical societies, cultural and educational organizations with theatrical performances that support their missions. My passion is to create excitement and curiosity about history by giving voice to stories that celebrate the human spirit.
I am available for historical societies, museums, libraries and cultural organizations. Do you have someone from history that you would like to see performed for your audience and organization? Let's see what's possible! I look forward to hearing from you.
New Jersey, United States