Neil is a Dallas-based actor with a wide range of interests. In New York, he has performed in the world premiere of Liz Swados' The Nomad, several self-written solo works (including a full-length solo show about the Greek gods of love), a play in Mandarin with YangZhe REP, and a variety of devised and movement-based theatre pieces. Regionally, he has performed at the Berkshire Theatre Group and the Resident Ensemble Players at UD. Neil is currently a member of Decent Company, a collective of writer/performers, and is a former member of The Bats at The Flea.
Neil is currently an Acting MFA candidate at Southern Methodist University, class of 2020. He has also trained in Suzuki/Viewpoints with SITI Company since 2014. He studied Anthropology and Theatre Performance at University of Dealware (BA: Anthropology, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Honors w/ Distinction), where he began to hone his theatrical interests. During that time, he was an apprentice at the Berkshire Theatre Group, where he was first exposed to the Suzuki method.
Neil is also an audience researcher and has conducted ethnographic research on theatre audiences. For more information, please check out this page, or send an inquiry through the contact form below.
Neil also works as a math and test prep tutor.
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