The Play That Goes Wrong
1st National Tour
Aug 2018-Aug 2019
Sid hit the road with the 1st National Tour of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, understudying and performing the roles of Chris, Dennis, Jonathan, and Max, as well as appearing in the ensemble. The tour had its official opening at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, and played 29 cities across North America, recouping its investment in 15 weeks.
"Lend Me Your Ears"
Slate Magazine Podcasts
Sid spent the spring and summer lending his voice talents to Slate's "Lend Me Your Ears" Podcast, hosted by Isaac Butler. The 6-episode miniseries examines the intersection of politics and Shakespeare's plays, and explores what we might learn about our present political moment by reading the plays today. Sid can be heard in the episodes about Julius Caesar, Richard II, Measure for Measure, and Othello.
The Jedi Handbook
Adirondack Theatre Festival
Sid made his Adirondack Theatre Fesitval debut as The Kid in Stephen Massicotte's THE JEDI HANDBOOK. Directed by Producing Artistic Director Chad Rabinovtz, it ran at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glen Falls July 20-27.
Host of Musical Explorers
Dec 2012-May 2018
Sid completed his sixth season as host of MUSICAL EXPLORERS, a concert series program of the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall. Performed at Carnegie's Zankel Hall, the biannual concerts creatively engage and teach local K-2 students about the different musical styles and cultures found throughout New York City.
Sid made his Northern Stage debut as Isaac in the regional premiere of DISGRACED, Ayad Akhtar's Pulizer Prize-winning play. Directed by Producing Artistic Director Carol Dunne, it ran at the Barrette Center for the Arts in White River Junction February 28-March 18.
Host of the Family Concert Series
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Nov 2015-Nov 2017
Sid spent three seasons as host of New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's Family Concert Series. The interactive concerts were presented across the state of New Jersey, including at the NJPAC in Newark, the State Theatre in New Brunswick, and the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank.