Recommended by Backstage magazine as one of
“6 Stage Combat Classes You’ll Want to Check Out.”
Fight Director for Hudson Stage Company’s production of SWITZERLAND by Joanna Murray-Smith directed by Dan Foster.
Teaching a Stage Combat Master Class for EE Tours.
Teaching a Stage & Screen Combat course for the East Stroudsburg University.
Fight Coordinator for “The Grieving Jedi,” an Independent Star Wars fan film
Classical Open Tournament in West Palm Beach, FL. I will be a Director for this event.
Fight Director for Sheridan’s The Rivals in Massachusetts.
Fight Coordinator for a short film fight, Flying High.
A private Film Fighting course for winners of the Spiderman: Homecoming contest.
Promotions were run all over the world for an all expense paid trip to NYC to train with me.
This seminar will focus on choreographing an unarmed fight, working it up to speed and then playing with the rhythm. Much like a song or dance, a great fight must have a good rhythm to it. Watch how we can swap the hero and the villain without even changing the choreography!
Beginners will start with an introduction to screen/stage combat before moving in to a short bit of choreography to apply their new skills.
Experienced participants will work together on a much more complex fight and possibly more than 2 rhythm changes.
TIME: 4 hour block, exact time TBA
Payments before May 1st:
Payments after May 1st:
Teaching at the Martinez Academy training event in Portugal
Teaching at CombatCon: Where History and Fantasy Meet! in Las Vegas, NV.
CombatCon is many things, but first and foremost, it’s a good time. The goal is to provide a fun, entertaining, and educational venue for folks who like Western Martial Arts/Historical European Martial Arts in any form, be it practicing them, reading about them in their favorite books, watching them in their favorite shows and movies, seeing them in their favorite comic books, using them in their favorite games, or incorporating them into their favorite costumes and characters.
To that end, CombatCon is a combination of a martial arts convention and a fan convention. We have something for everyone, from taking part in martial arts classes, to interacting with famous people and super knowledgeable folks in panels, to watching movies, to dancing the night away at our ball. Bring your costumes if you’d like, but don’t feel compelled to dress up if you don’t want to. Really, CombatCon is just an excuse to get together with friends and fun people, learn some stuff, talk about some stuff, and have a really good time.
I am honored to have been interviewed for this feature article in Dance Magazine on December 13th, 2017! Read on about the “5 Things You Should Do To Make Stage Combat Look Real.”