Tiny House is Michael’s first full-length play. Previous to its world premiere in 2019 directed by Mark Lamos at The REP (Resident Ensemble Players at the University of Delaware) it was workshopped at Westport Country Playhouse as a part of the WCP New Works Initiative. It was also a semifinalist at the Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference (2018), a semifinalist with the Ashland New Plays Festival (2018) and a semifinalist with Forward Flux Three New American Plays (2018). His second full-length play, Starter Pistol, was also workshopped at Westport Country Playhouse and had its world premiere at The REP under the direction of Mark Lamos in 2020. It was the winner of the Ashland New Plays Festival (2019), a semifinalist for the Blue Ink Playwriting Award (2019) and a semifinalist for the Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference (2019). Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Michael has written and directed a five part, five hour new radio play adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, broadcast in the fall of 2020, and a duet of Agatha Christie short story radio play adaptations, The King of Clubs and The Cornish Mystery, both streaming now via The REP’s website, www.rep.udel.edu. Also an actor, Michael has performed at leading theatres in New York and regionally, as well as over 70 productions as a founding company member at The REP, University of Delaware, where he also teaches in the College of Arts and Sciences.