Brad conceived and directed MILLENNIA, which investigates the national portrayal versus lived experience of millennials. He devised the piece with an ensemble of New York and Philadelphia-based artists for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Keep up to date about future iterations of this project.

The production ran at Da Vinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA. Photos by Lindsay Browning and Hope Helmuth.

MILLENNIA reflects the improvised, unfeigned stimulus of this generation.
— The Avenue Philly
MILLENNIA is entertaining, with an ensemble cast that brings a lot of energy and humor to their performances. Most interesting are the scenes in which the millennials get lost in breathless conversations about creating their own destiny before being brought back down to their current reality by the voice of mom coming from upstairs.
— Phindie


Brad directed Charles Mee's Under Construction, a play that questions Norman Rockwell's America and compares it with today's. His production was recognized for Excellence in A Creative Project by the Ira Brind School of Theatre Arts at University of the Arts.

The production ran at the Caplan Studio Theatre, Philadelphia, PA. Photos by Amy Martin, Robin Odland, and Molly Smith.


Brad founded Creekside Players and served as its producing artistic director, resident playwright, and scenic designer from 2004 to 2011, premiering eight full-length plays and two cabarets in that time.

Photos by Jimmy Huang, Robin Odland, and Joseph Streb.

I am very happy to have experienced the journey and look forward to the next one.
— Stage Magazine


Brad has supported the vision of numerous directors by serving as assistant director. He assisted Kim Weild on her world premiere production of Soot and Spit, Maureen Sweeney on her production of Little Women, and Bill Buddendorf on his productions of In the Blood and This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing.

Photos by Sam Nagel and Nina Wurtzel.


Brad's work as a director has been presented by a range of institutions, universities, and festivals.

Photos by Kennedy Dickerson, Robin Odland, and Ogunquit Playhouse.