Don is a New York City-based director, choreographer, and performer working in Theatre, Film, and Television.

Don choreographed the original production of Sondheim's Marry Me A Little Off-Broadway as well as NYC revivals of The Boys From Syracuse and Company. Don also choreographed the Westchester Broadway Theatre's production of South Pacific. Don has directed Neil Simon's Rumors for the All Souls Players and won the Silver Lemon for directing Screwing Rachel at the Bad Plays Festival in the East Village. Most of the time, Don acts as both director and choreographer. Such productions include the world-premiere production of DiMaggio, The Man Behind The Myth, the acclaimed production of Gershwin's Lady Be Good, the dance/play Invisible Child, all produced in NYC, and the Kopit/Yeston Phantom at Gateway Playhouse.

Don's performing career has been long and varied, including seven Broadway shows. He was most recently seen in the revival of Tom Stoppard's Jumpers at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. He originated the role of Frank Melrose in George Wolfe's Jelly's Last Jam and the role of Sonny Bono in Tommy Tune's The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public. Other Broadway credits include Richard Rodgers' Rex, The American Dance Machine, A Christmas Carol, and the magical Mr. Mistoffelees in Cats.

Don has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Carolina and he received the Order of the Palmetto, the highest honor the State of South Carolina can bestow upon a private individual.

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