Body Shots Modeling Productions Candid 

Shows:
Admit Impediments (Director)   Agnes of God (Director)  
Anything Goes   As You Like It   Because of Beth (Director)  
The Boyfriend   Cabaret   A Christmas Carol 2007 (Director)
A Christmas Carol 2008 (Director)   Donna's Late Night Cabaret   Fare For All at the Mount Vernon Hotel  
The Fugly Train   A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum   Greas'd Lightnin'  
Hair   Kerouac   Lady of Copper  
A Midsummer Night's Dream   Ore, or Or  
Pi Yao and the Farmers' Daughters (Director)   The Pirates of Penzance   The Pirates of Penzance (director)  
Poolside   Prince Trevor Amongst the Elephants   The Rocky Horror Show  
The Rocky Horror Show (Director)   Romeo and Juliet   Shake, Rattle & Roll  
Something's Afoot   The Thyme of the Season: A Mid-Autumn Night's Dream  
The V***** Monologues (Director)   Twelfth Night   Unforgettable  

Films:
To Kill a Child  



Fan comes to take Young Scrooge home for Christmas in A Christmas Carol.
(Samantha Gutterman, James Keelen)
(The DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, Hoboken, NJ
Photo credit: Karen Maloney



“Mankind was my business!” Michael Clay as Marley in A Christmas Carol.
(The DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, Hoboken, NJ)
Photo credit: Karen Maloney



“Long Past?” “No! Your past.” Zoe! as the Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol
(The DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, Hoboken, NJ)
Photo credit: Karen Maloney



Daphne Ciccarelle as Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol
(The DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, Hoboken, NJ)
Photo credit: Karen Maloney



“Are there no prisons? Are there no workhouses?”
Benjamin Holmes as Scrooge, Don Pflaster as the Ghost of Christmas Present, James Keelen as Ignorance and Peyton Kennedy as Want in A Christmas Carol
(The DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, Hoboken, NJ)
Photo credit: Karen Maloney



Fezziwig and all his friends dance the Sir Roger de Coverley in A Christmas Carol.
(Center, Sarah Vidal and Duncan Pflaster as Mr. and Mrs. Fezziwig)
(The DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts, Hoboken, NJ)
Photo credit: Karen Maloney