Mark started working with the Massasoit Theatre Company as a student audio tech running sound in 1990. From there he was quickly bit by the bug and started performing on stage and working back stage in theatres all over the South Shore. After graduating Massasoit, Mark went on to earn his bachelor’s degree from Emerson College in Broadcast Journalism. He has earned 10 credits toward a Master’s Degree in Emerson’s Theatre and Community program with a doctoral track.  Mark has been teaching Television Production for 18 years and team teaching Stage Craft for 10 years. He has worked extensively with the Massachusetts IATSE Local 11 Stagehand Union at many of the larger venues in the Boston area and with IATSE Local 481 the New England Studio Mechanics Union. Favorite roles on-stage include, Bernardo in West Side Story (Massasoit Theatre Co.), Papa Ge in Once on This Island (Company Theatre) and The Comfort Counselor, Mitch Mahoney in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Curtain Call/Plymouth Community Theatre/Priscilla Beach Theatre). Mark resides on the South Shore with his beautiful wife Jeanne and their three sons (aka Jedi Padawan Learners): Asachai, Micajah, and Jahmonet. He would like to thank the team here at Massasoit’s Buckley Performing Arts Center for their commitment to our students, hard work and laughs along the way