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to Dec 22

The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley

Image courtesy MRT

Image courtesy MRT

This winter, Paul is so excited to be working at Merrimack Repertory Theatre for the first time! He joins the cast of The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley, a follow-up to last year’s successful run of Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, both plays based on and set following the events of Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice. Paul plays Brian, a servant, offering a new Upstairs, Downstairs perspective on Austen’s original story.

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to Aug 24

Noir Hamlet Headed to Edinburgh Fringe Festival!


John Minigan’s Noir Hamlet is headed to Edinburgh Fringe Fest this August! Paul is thrilled to have this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform this show for audiences from around the world.

“Passion, jealousy, and murder never got so many laughs! John Minigan's new and wild reimagining of the Shakespeare classic has more twists than a gallows necktie. Hamlet is a wise-cracking private eye, his pal Horatio is now a complicated gal Friday named Rae Chio and the rotten state of Denmark is transformed into the City of Angels circa 1949. Mix equal parts of the Bard, Bogart and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and shake vigorously. Boston Globe Critics' Pick! Edge Media's Best of Boston Theatre 2018!” — Fringe Fest website

Going to be in Europe in August? Get your tickets here!

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to Jul 28

The 39 Steps


This summer Paul returns to Gloucester Stage Company to tackle one of the clowns in an adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps.

“A fast paced, witty, and comedic mystery, The 39 Steps follows Richard Hannay, who feeling stricken with a boring life, sets out for adventure. He quickly gets swept up in a murder, espionage, and romance – Now he must save the entire United Kingdom from peril. You’ll get whiplash watching just four actors bring to life this imaginative stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller. An all-star cast featuring Lewis Wheeler*, Amanda Collins*, Paul Melendy*, and all return to Gloucester Stage for this indomitably funny play.” — Gloucester Stage website

Don’t miss out on this killer adaptation — get your tickets here.

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