Following showcase, Joey is so grateful to have signed with The Luedtke Agency and manager Tony Cloer of Blue Ridge Entertainment.
Joey graduated at Radio City Music Hall with a BFA in Musical Theater from the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences at Pace University.
The Pace MT Class of 2019 celebrated the past four years with cocktails, screlting, and riffing at Feinstien’s/54 Below on the eve of their graduation.
Joey performed at the Green Room 42 for a one-night-only extravaganza featuring a cast of seasoned Broadway performers (Hamilton, Book of Mormon, Dear Evan Hansen) and NYC newbies alike!
Joey danced in Sam Pinkleton’s Artist in Residence project SHOWTUNE BLOWOUT! The evening aimed to rediscover classic American musical numbers through the lenses of gender, race, class, and creed.
Joey performed an original spoken word/choreography piece titled Queer, Brown, and Foreign at Pace’s first annual Night of Color, a cabaret dedicated to broadening the scope of equity, diversity, and inclusion in the sphere of collegiate musical theater.
Joey played a Lost Boy in a lab production of Pete(HER) Pan, a Neverland retelling written by Douglas Lyons (music/lyrics) and Melvin Tunstall III (book), with music by Michael Thurber.
Joey played Courfeyrac this fall in Pace Performing Arts’ production of Les Mis directed by Zi Alikhan.
Joey played Sky Square in Polkadots: the Cool Kids Musical at Quisisana Resort on Kezar Lake in Maine this summer!
Polkadots is a musical about the integration of schools inspired by the story of the Little Rock 9.