NEXT UP! I will be in Slo Rep’s production of DEATHTRAP:

Comfortably ensconced in his charming Connecticut home, Sidney Bruhl, a successful writer of Broadway thrillers, is struggling to overcome a dry spell which has resulted in a string of failures and a shortage of funds. A possible break in his fortunes occurs when he receives a script from a student in the seminar he has been conducting at a nearby college—a thriller that Sidney recognizes immediately as a potential Broadway smash. Sidney’s plan, devised with his wife’s help, is to offer collaboration to the student for co-credit. Or is it? This ingeniously constructed play offers a rare and skillful blending of two priceless theatrical ingredients: gasp-inducing thrills and spontaneous laughter.

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Being Earnest at PCPA


Very happy to announce I will be treading the boards at PCPA this summer in The Importance of Being Earnest.

Performances begin late August and early September.

Excited to get the chance to perform under the stars of the Central Coast.

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Cat not included in final recording

Cat not included in final recording

Taking a break from the boards for the next few months to record two new Audiobooks.

S.I. Taylor’s The Scarlet Romance: A Greek Paranormal Series is a fantasy romance novel reimagining the Greek gods living in our modern era. A great conspiracy is uncovered among the gods of Olympus, and it is up to the god of the underworld to put the pieces together in hopes of bringing an eternal war to a peaceful end. For lovers of fantasy, romance, the paranormal, and Greek mythology.

Clyde Dowell II’s That There Las Vegas! tells the story of three groups of friends: The Dogleggers, The Brothers, and The Cali Boys, in a literary love letter to America’s most sinful city, Las Vegas. Following their hilarious escapades the story reflects on the value of friendship… in the face of A LOT OF ALCOHOL.

I’m having a great time in the booth with these two wildly different stories. They will available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes in late Spring!


Pleased to announce I will heading to Indiana Repertory Theatre this Fall where I will perform in Jeffery Hatcher's Holmes & Watson. From IRT's website:

Summoned to a remote asylum on a rocky island, Dr. Watson investigates three inmates who all claim to be the late master sleuth Sherlock Holmes. This eerie new puzzler by award-winning playwright Jeffrey Hatcher will stir your blood and tease your mind.  

Performances are September 25th to October 21st.  

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You know when you play the villain...

Hand to God OPENING

What a wild ride we enjoyed as the cast and crew opened this amazing play last night.  Thanks to all involved, and thanks to all who came and enjoyed the show.  We run until Sept 18th, so if you are in the Houston area, come and check us out!!!

What a wild ride we enjoyed as the cast and crew opened this amazing play last night.  Thanks to all involved, and thanks to all who came and enjoyed the show.  We run until Sept 18th, so if you are in the Houston area, come and check us out!!!

My Dear Clarissa... SPIDER'S WEB @ The Alley Theatre

Summer Chills is upon us at the Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas.  Avoid the dank and sweaty outdoors of the Buffalo Bayou and bring your British sensibilities to the Hubbard Stage for an evening of crime, murder, and mystery.

This is a rarely produced Christie.  For those of you familiar with her work, you will recognize her brilliance in creating theatrical suspense,  provoking imaginations young and old.  This is a chestnut you actually want to see.  

SPIDER'S WEB runs July 12 thru August 14.  

Reviews for DTC's Deferred Action are in!

"The role of Dale was conceived by DTC company member Steven Michael Walters but it might as well have been written for Brusasco, terrific as one of those politicians you can’t stop watching even as the latest train wreck that comes out of his mouth is bigger than the previous one."  - Mark Lowry, and the Star Telegram

"...charismatic and darkly funny..." - Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News

"Michael Brusasco plays Jenkins with unabashed abandon, perfectly calibrated smarminess, and enough mangled Spanish pronunciations to send the audience into groans of mirth." - Alexandra Bonifield, American Theatre Magazine

"Counterpoint Michael Brusasco ... as the Republican conservative Dale Jenkins ups the ante while engaging in political rhetorical bantering. While it would have been easy to reduce Jenkins to a caricature, this is not the case ... Brusasco’s Jenkins makes those of us familiar with the nuances of the Bible Belt that a dream can change lives if interpreted as a message from God."  - Theresa Marrero, Theater Jones

DEFERRED ACTION runs at Dallas Theater Center until May 14th.

Deferred Action at DTC is up and running

The world premiere of DTC’s collaboration with Cara Mía Theatre Co., Deferred Action focuses on Javier Mejía, one of the immigrants known as Dreamers who arrived in the USA as an undocumented minor. Now, after years in the States, he finds himself caught in the tangle of existing immigration laws, new presidential policies and the harsh reality of living in the shadows. Javier hopes that temporary administrative mechanisms like Deferred Action will be the answer to his dilemma. But will hope be snatched away? Can politicians who say they are the Dreamers’ friends be trusted? Deferred Action follows the lives, loopholes, and dangers of those who dare to dream. 

I was a last minute addition to the cast, learning one of the lead roles in just under 7 days.  It was an incredible challenge: I am proud of all the work this group has done.  If you are in the Dallas area, come check it out!

Understudying is fun

Kabuki Marley

Kabuki Marley

Went on last week as Marley in the Alley Theatre's Christmas Carol. Never wore so much makeup before. My first body mic as well. Had so much fun, but very thankful to be back in my original track.  

Starting Again

I tried Wordpress.  It was a terrible experience.  How do I even begin to describe the kind of irritation I went through to maintain my old site.  I couldn't do it.  So now I'm over here at Squarespace, hoping that the interface will be easier to use.