As a professional stage actor, I make people laugh.
I’m motivated by the choices performers make; particularly, the decisions made and the truth discovered while performing our stories.
I have spent the past 20 years making my audiences reflect, wonder and think about my choices. And I have created a company that is researching, coaching and facilitating groups by applying the same methods I acquired on stage.
I call my process: making the invisible–visible.
P.S. I still make audiences laugh coast-to-coast. Watch me perform or book me at your next corporate event.
In the news:
Insight Theatre Company presents ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ – St. Louis Public Radio
The subjective, elusive art of comedy, with comedian Ed Reggi – St. Louis Magazine
St. Louis: The Jigsaw City – American Theatre Magazine
Give Permission to Tell Real Stories: Takeaways from Ed Reggi’s ON TAP Talk – JW Media Blog
Say hello to St. Lou Fringe! – Riverfront Times
A ‘high-functioning musical’ brings Asperger’s syndrome to the stage – American Psychological Association Monitor
A ‘Flood’ From Many Streams – American Theatre Magazine
Improv, humor help job-seekers – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
THE PATIENT will see you now – Outlook Magazine