Olli plays the role of evil genius Chris Partridge in the FringeNYC production of THE BARDY BUNCH, a blood-soaked, passion-filled, vengeance-fueled, very special episode of Shakespearean proportions. Read an interview Olli did about the show here. The cast of THE BARDY BUNCH received FringeNYC’s Outstanding Ensemble Award.
Olli’s video IT DOESN’T GET BETTER is featured on FunnyOrDie.com.
Olli plays Stevie in the film GALAXY COMICS: THE MUSICAL directed by Columbia MFA student Kevin McMullin, and written by Jacey Heldrich with music by Julia Meinwald and lyrics by Gordon Leary.
Olli plays Jerry in a reading of Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo’s new musical, WHO’S YOUR BAGHDADDY? OR: HOW I STARTED THE IRAQ WAR.
Olli goes to Los Angeles to perform in a concert featuring the music of Adam Gwon as part of the LOS ANGELES FESTIVAL OF NEW AMERICAN MUSICALS. Musically directed by the composer himself. The concert also features Julia Murney, Barrett Foa, Deborah S. Craig, Sarah Glendening, Logan Lipton, Jacqui Polk, Robert Mammana, Courtney Stokes and Will Collyer. View …
See Olli as Terry, a very passionate member of the furry community, in FURRY!, directed by Lindsey Batdorf. The film also features Adam Quirch as Ryan and Sara Orr as Emily. View the Trailer
Olli played Miska in the first reading of DREAM OF LOVE – THE FRANZ LISZT STORY, written by Emmy Award winner Alexander Marshall, and featuring piano virtuoso Hyperion Knight as Franz Liszt.
Olli teamed up with fellow actors Nick Choksi, Sarah Glendening, Lauren Lukacek and A.J. Shively to shoot the web video IT DOESN’T GET BETTER, directed and edited by Ryland Jones. The video will be up soon!
Olli is performing in the Drama League’s 27th annual all-star benefit, A MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF BROADWAY, directed by Roger T. Danforth and Cady Huffman. The evening will honor Patti LuPone and feature performances by Donna Murphy, Anika Noni Rose, Michael Urie, Laura Benanti and others.
Olli goes to Florida to play the role of Terry in the indie shortFURRY directed by Lindsay Batdorf.