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    Uncle Toots Proposes to Kim Davis


    Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel boys

    My illustration and graphic design work for Theater Ninjas' upcoming production of Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel boys by Caroline V. McGraw:

    Poster: 8.5"x14"

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    The Prince of Pranks

    My new portrait of the icon that is Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur from Bewitched. I'm excited to have him join my Oh, My Stars! series.

    Available as prints, clothing, mugs, home decor, phone cases, iPod cases, bags, and stationery:

    Purchase in my store


    TingleTangle Returns!

    Theater Ninjas’ Celebrated TingleTangle
    Returns this June During Pride Month

    Cleveland, Ohio, June 1, 2015 — TingleTangle is back! Theater Ninjas' production of this original, hilarious and poignant look at gender, sexuality and marriage equality sold out and extended its run last fall, and will be brought back for a limited engagement this June! This mobile show features a mix of new material and old favorites.

    TingleTangle is an evening of personal storytelling, gender-bending songs and no-punches-pulled conversations about marriage equality, sexuality, gender, oppression, hate speech and compassion's transgressive power. This cabaret-inspired performance responds to a conflicted, changing world, with love, empathy, humor and the desire to understand…not to mention some out-and-out desire! This provocative evening revels in the nuances of identity and how we all use performance to communicate our truest selves to the world.

    The show returns this June, coinciding with the expected decision from the United States Supreme Court on marriage equality and in celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month. This limited engagement runs one weekend only in the Waterloo Arts District at Maria Neil Art Project, June 25 and 26 at 8pm, and June 27 at 2pm and 5pm during the Waterloo Arts Fest!

    “TingleTangle was an incredible success during its first run and I’m thrilled to be bringing it back at such an important time in the nation’s history,” said the show’s conceiver and star, Ray Caspio. “The Supreme Court’s upcoming decision on Marriage Equality, no matter what it is, will have an effect on my life and marriage, as well as those of all other LGBTQ citizens of this country. We’re going to have a lot to talk—and laugh—about.”

    TingleTangle received unanimous raves and appeared on numerous “Best of Theater 2014” lists, including Cleveland Scene Magazine and WCPN 90.3’s Sound of Applause.

    Theater Ninjas is the Food Truck of Cleveland Theater. We’re a nomadic company who seeks out new and exciting spaces to perform. Working in non-traditional venues gives us an opportunity to reimagine how and why we tell stories, and helps us to create deep, fascinating worlds for the audience to explore. We’re always experimenting; always rethinking what theater can be: as entertainment, as art and as out-of-the-ordinary experiences.

    More information about the out-of-the-ordinary experiences in Theater Ninjas’ ninth year can be found at

    conceived by Ray Caspio
    directed by Jeremy Paul

    original composition & arrangements by Eric M. C. Gonzalez
    starring Ray Caspio, Ryan Lucas & Amy Schwabauer

    stage manager Franny Gallagher
    original costume design Kevenn T. Smith

    June 25-27, 2015
    Thursday & Friday @ 8pm
    Saturday (partial performances from the full production during Waterloo Arts Fest) @ 2pm & 5pm
    @ Maria Neil Art Project
    15813 Waterloo Road
    Cleveland, OH 44110
    Behind Star Pop

    Tickets: $10-$15
    General Admission: $15
    Ages 18-25/Over 65: $10
    Saturday: Free (partial performances from the full production during Waterloo Arts Fest)
    Group discounts available for 10 or more or (440) 941-1482


    This Show Is So Gay

    Last week, I was interviewed by Ken Schneck for the full hour of his This Show is So Gay podcast! We talk Oh, My Stars!, TingleTangle, performing, classic pop culture, game's really fun!

    Link to the interview: