April 19, 2018
Two video projects that Zach worked on in the past year have just been released!
Poughkeepsie Go! is a promotional ad for Poughkeepsie, NY, aiming to attract young professionals to move to this beautiful city on the rise. Shot by Stage Six Media
Fables is the music video for the title track of MARGOT's debut EP. Throwing it back to a 90's high school gym class aesthetic, Margot has a crush on Zach, but Zach only has eyes for Sasha. The Fables EP is available to stream and download on iTunes and Spotify
April 6-22, 2018
Zach is currently in Alpena, Michigan, playing Vinnie in Thunder Bay Theatre's production of The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon.
"This classic comedy opens as a group of the guys assemble for cards in the apartment of divorced Oscar Madison. And if the mess is any indication, it's no wonder that his wife left him. Late to arrive is Felix Unger, who has just been separated from his wife. Fastidious, depressed, and none too tense, Felix seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds, Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind when the clean freak and the slob ultimately decide to room together with hilarious results."
- from Thunder Bay Theatre's website
February 13-17, 2018
Zach has the pleasure of spending a week at The Lark workshopping the first American-English translation of French playwright David Lescot's play, Dough.
Dough follows the life story of a character referred to simply as "Me," from his birth to his death, but told only through his relationship to money.
See David Lescot's other works here
January 6-7, 2018
Zach is spending the weekend in Englewood, NJ shooting a music video for the new song "Fables," by Margot Bennett.
Zach plays dream-boat high-schooler Jordan, who is unaware of the affections of Margot as their gym class attempts to learn the intricacies of badminton.
Check out Margot's music at www.margotmakesmusic.com
December 15-16, 2017
Zach is taking a break from auditioning to concentrate on two other passions: teaching and set construction. For November and December he is designing set and teaching stage craft for Community Roots Middle School's production of James and the Giant Peach.
September 30 and October 4-7, 2017
A political satire in which the Republican Party realizes it has a "race" problem after losing the 2012 election, so they put forth a 2016 presidential candidate who is every race in the world.
Zach is playing said candidate, "Len Smith," as well as the Democratic candidate's father, "Carruthers."
This play is directed by Peter Kuo as part of the New School for Drama's 2017 New Visions Festival.
July 27 -
August 12, 2017
Shakespeare's timeless love story.
Zach is taking a welcome departure from city life to play Romeo in beautiful Wyoming County, New York for Shake on the Lake's 2017 Summer Season.
More about Shake on the Lake here
June 17-28, 2017
A new play by internationally produced playwright Mark Erson, Marc in Venice tells the stories of three men from three different centuries, each one struggling to find their truth.
Zach is playing Marc's best friend, Nic, a recent college graduate from Illinois discovering his passion for photography and art history.
St. John's Lutheran Church
81 Christopher St
West Village, NY 10014
March 29-31, 2017
A new play by Niko Crawford, Lola tells the story of a Filipino-American family in Daly City, CA, and the impact of Americanization/integration on their relationships to one another.
Zach is playing Aron, the half-white (in tagalog: tisoy) son who has distanced himself from his Filipino roots in order to fit in at school.
Playwrights Horizons Theater School
NYU Tisch Building
September 21 & 23, 2018
Zach is proud to be part of a staged reading of Citizen Wong, a new play by David Chang directed by Ernest Abuba.
Citizen Wong follows the life of Wong Chin Foo, a Chinese-American political activist in the late 19th century. He advocated against anti-immigration and deportation legislation targeting Chinese railroad workers and their families, closely mirroring current legislation in place against Mexican families.
Zach is playing multiple roles, the most prominent being the investor-banker, amoral political opportunist, and despicable husband Vincent Wells.
Zach will be reprising his role as "Me" in the American-English translationFrench playwright David Lescot's work, Dough.
Dough follows the life of "Me" from his birth to his funeral preparations, but focused solely on the fiscal aspects of his life. Zach only plays "Me," but the other 30+ roles are taken on by only two other actors.
This performance is part of Princeton's 7th French Theater Festival. More information and free ticket reservations are available here.