Mark is working as a costumed historical guide on Boston's Freedom Trail this summer. To book a tour or for more information, visit the Freedom Trail Foundation online.
Next season, Mark will be appearing as Corny Collins in Hairspray at the Wheelock Family Theatre, and as Nigel Rancour in Stoneham Theatre's spring production of Something's Afoot.
Mark played Officer Larsson in Pippi Longstocking at Wheelock Family Theatre and filmed two television commercials. Watch his latest television commercial, for Rockland Trust, here.
Mark played George Bailey in "It's a Wonderful Life" at Stoneham Theatre.
Mark starred as Minnesota Slim in "Lumberjacks in Love" at Stoneham Theatre.
Mark spent the summer teaching and filming a national TV commercial. He also performed with Boston's Commonwealth Shakespeare Company in "Bard over Broadway."
Mark finished the run of "Cupcake: The Musical" in July, and filmed a national television commercial which aired in the fall. Mark also performed in a staged reading at Stoneham Theatre, and he judged the Stoneham Star Talent Show.
Mark played Officer Stone in "Cupcake: The Musical" at Club Cafe in Boston from May 10 to June 24. He also performed in the Boston Theater Marathon and filmed a corporate training video for BJ's Wholesale Club.
Mark played Homer Collins in "Floyd Collins" at the BCA's Plaza Theater with Moonbox Productions. He also directed the April Workshop at Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston.
Mark filmed a television commercial for the new "Lucky for Life" lottery game. The commercial aired throughout the spring across New England, and can still be viewed online in English & Spanish.
Mark appeared as Clara's Father and Rat #2 in "The Nutcracker" at Stoneham Theatre. Mark also was named Best Actor in a Musical by Broadway World Boston for his role as Jamie in The Last Five Years at New Repertory Theatre.