DONNIE made his off-Broadway debut in spring of 2016 as SAM in the NY Times Critic's Pick Southern Comfort with Annette O'Toole and Jeff McCarthy, at The Public Theater, directed by Tom Caruso.
He has also appeared at Feinstein's 54 Below (The Songs of Brandon James Gwinn and EllaRose Chary and Oh Broadway, Where Art Thou?), The Cutting Room (Broadway Voices for North Carolina), West End Lounge (Drunk Musicals), The Slipper Room (The Republic), le poisson rouge (Songs In the Key of Equality) and recently played CHARLIE BROWN in A Charlie Brown Christmas at The Secret Theatre.
DONNIE is featured in Broadway for Orlando's What the World Needs Now dance remix video with Chita Rivera, Ben Vereen, and Bebe Neuwerth, and in Leslie Kritzer's music video Tacos for Hillary. He performed at the 2016 Drama League Gala honoring David Hyde Pierce, and was in Seth Rudetsky's first Concert For America at The Town Hall with Betty Buckley, Beth Malone, and Brian Stokes Mitchell among others.
Donnie recently premiered a new one-man cabaret show at The Screening Room in Tucson, Arizona, and is currently producing Trans* Voices Cabaret at The Duplex, and building the NYC chapter of his company Musical Mayhem Cabaret.
He is also in the process of filming a feature length documentary about his experiences as a transgender man, inspired by the success of the Emmy award winning documentary short, Donnie, by Ania Augustowska.