- (March 18 to April 13, 2003) He played Gideon in the musical, "The Lively Lad," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Dennis Kelly (Martin and others); Marc Vietor (Jonathan Van Huffle); Holli Hamilton (Little Eva); Celia Tackaberry (Dorothea); Shannon Holt (Miss McCracken); William McNulty (Jameson); Fred Major (Henderson and others) and Colin McPhillamy (Shotworthy and others) in the cast. Quincy Long was playwright. Michael Silversher was composer. Timothy Douglas was director.
- (April 5 to 6, 2003) He played Jason in Lee Blessing's play, "The Roads That Lead," in a Ten Minute Plays (A collection of Ten Minute plays) Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Justin Tolley (Marcus) and Jason Kaminsky (Xander) in the cast. Joseph Haj was director.
- (September 23 to October 18, 2003) He played Orlando in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in Part of the Bingham Signature Shakespeare Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Brad DePlanche (Adam/Audrey); Christopher Gerson (Oliver/Corin); Mark Mineart (Charles/Silvius); Stephanie Cozart (Celia); Christa Scott-Reed (Rosalind); Timothy Douglas (Touchstone); Bill McKinley (Lea Beau/Sir Oliver Martext/William); Graham Smith (Duke Frederick/Duke Senior); Roscoe Goose (Amiens/Lord Hymen); Smiley Habanero (Lord);Gil Fish (Lord); Big Daddy T (Lord); Richard McMillan (Jacque) and Erica Bradshaw (Phebe) in the cast. Marc Masterson was director. The Juggernaut Jug Band were music composers and arrangers.
- (November 27 to December 28, 2003) He played Alexander and Young Ebenezer in Jon Jory and Marcia Dixcy Jory's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with J. C. Hoyt (Charles Dickens); William McNulty (Ebenezer Scrooge); Drew Fracher (Bob Cratchit); Christopher Gerson (Marley, Fred); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (Dum, Mr. Fezziwig, Old Joe); Fred Major (Dee, Ghost of Christmas Present);Tarah Flanagan (Ghost of Christmas Past, Giggling Sister); Adam Brown (Boy Scrooge, Townsperson); Madeline Marchal (Fan, Belinda Cratchit, Want); Joey Williamson (Dick Wilkins, Topper, Businessman); Ann Hodapp (Mrs. Fezziwig, Miss Dilber); Lia Aprile (Belle, Mrs. Fred); Sherman Fracher (Mrs. Cratchit); Luke Glaser (Peter Cratchit); Joseph Glaser (Tiny Tim, Ignorance); Lisa Benner (Caroline, Fezziwig Guest); Mary Tuomanen (Martha Cratchit, Fezziwig Daughter); Natalie Arnold (Serious Sister, Fezziwig Daughter); Ryan Barret (Fezziwig Guest, Fred Guest, Businessman) and Tom Kelley (Ghost of Christmas Future, Fezziwig Guest) in the cast. Sasha Andreev, Marianna Frendo and David Wagner played party guests and town people. Frazier Marsh was director.