Charlie has worked at The Flea since 2015, starting on White Street as Development Associate and moving to The Flea’s new digs as Marketing & Events Associate from 2017-2018. For the past several years he also has moonlight at Manhattan Theatre Club’s front desk and served as a reader for Philadelphia Young Playwrights’ annual playwriting competition.
A graduate from Brandeis University, where he double-majored in Psychology and Musical Theater Writing, Charlie wrote and directed an original play Lost Girls for Brandeis Ensemble Theater and an original full-length musical Grace. Since moving to New York, Charlie has written for ThinyRhino, performed with the Astoria Choir and music directed for The Flea.
Charlie began his experience in non-profit theater as an Artistic Intern at Central Square Theater (Cambridge, MA); since then he has served as the inaugural Summer Apprentice at the Arden Theatre Company (Philadelphia, PA) and was Manhattan Theatre Club’s Fall 2015 Institutional Giving Intern. Charlie also served as the Brandeis Office of the Arts’s Programs Assistant from 2014-2015, associate producing the 2015 Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Arts.
Out the office, Charlie enjoys writing, playing the piano, and singing his heart out – his inspirations include Jeanine Tesori, Janet Jackson, Adam Guettel, and the one and only Mariah Carey.