S.P. Monahan

 

S.P. alongside Katherine Dudas in ​Waking Up Worried with Katherine.

UPCOMING​​

  • December 18, 2017: S.P. returns to the role of Jimmy the Newsboy in the 19th annual staged reading of Charles Busch's Times Square Angel at Theater for the New City.

RECENT​​

  • November 11, 2017: S.P. plays Sgt. Bob Sidney in the 75th anniversary concert of Irving Berlin's This is the Army​ at Feinstein's/54 Below.
  • October 5-8, 2017: S.P. attends the biennial SAG-AFTRA convention as a Convention Delegate, elected by their fellow union members.​
  • September 20, 2017: S.P. participates in a special protest performance of Apartment Sessions, singing Bob Dylan's "The Times, They Are A-Changin'" outside of Trump Tower.
  • September 6, 2017: S.P. plays Norman in a workshop and staged reading of their new play Aunt Jack, presented by Wide Eyed Productions. The reading also features Charles Baran, Shauna Bloom, Patrick K. Dooley, Jerry Matz, and Haley Sullivan.
  • August 17, 2017: S.P. appears in the latest episode of the online comedy series Waking Up Worried with Katherine​.
  • August 10, 2017: S.P. plays Malcolm, Slippery Pete, and Scully Jones in a reading of the new musical Those Musclebound Cowboys from Snake Pit Gulch (book by Andy Halliday, lyrics by CJ Critt, music by Frank Schiro, developed by G.R. Johnson) with Windowpane Theatre Company.
  • July 30, 2017: S.P. appears in a concert of Alexander Sage Oyen's music in 54 Below's New Writers at 54 series, singing the title song from DIVA: Live From Hell.
  • July 29, 2017: S.P. appears in the Season One Finale of Apartment Sessions​, singing in the sextet for Luke McGinnis's arrangement of Tim Minchin's "Quiet" from Matilda the Musical​.
  • July 17, 2017: S.P. appears in the 15th annual Broadway Stands Up for Freedom concert, as one of the Twelve Apostles to Brandon Uranowitz's Jesus Christ in Kooman & Dimond's song "Sermon on the Mount: Part 2."
  • June 19, 2017: S.P. serves as assistant director to Carl Andress on the one-night only reading of Hollywood Nurses, starring Kathleen Turner and Rosie O'Donnell, to benefit the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative.
  • ​​June 17, 2017: S.P. performs an excerpt from their new play marchons marchons at the Huron Club.
  • June 12, 2017: S.P. plays Siegfried in a staged reading of Charles Ludlam's Der Ring Gott Farblonjet at The Clurman at Theatre Row.
  • June 6, 2017: S.P. plays Neechee in a staged reading of John C. Russell's Stupid Kids at The LGBT Center.
  • May 26, 2017: S.P. plays Cameron in a reading of Anderson John Heinz's new play The House of Baby Allen.
  • May 8, 2017: S.P. plays Kip Brogan in a reading of Sean O'Donnell's new play Wink at the Stars.
  • May 7, 2017: S.P. plays Louie in a staged reading of Ian Campbell's new play Ratcatcher, or Welcome to Paradise!​, directed by Brian Reager at The Cell.
  • ​May 5, 2017: S.P. plays Hugo and Keith in a staged reading of Ken Urban's new play Inappropriate Sexual Relations, directed by Lee Sunday Evans at New Dramatists.
  • April 20, 2017: S.P. plays Corey in a staged reading of the new musical Archie's Final Project (book by James Presson, music and lyrics by Alexander Sage Oyen, based on the film by David Lee Miller) as part of the series The Script @ Stage 74. The reading is directed by Michael Bello.
  • March 23 - April 9, 2017: DIVA: Live From Hell (book by S.P. Monahan, music and lyrics by Alexander Sage Oyen) runs at Theater for the New City. Directed by Daniel Goldstein, the production stars S.P. as Desmond Channing.
  • ​March 16, 2017: The original off-Broadway cast recording of "When You Are a Person" from Ken Urban's Nibbler​ is released, featuring S.P. and the entire cast of the production.
  • February 23 - March 18, 2017: S.P. plays Pete in The Amoralists' production of Ken Urban's Nibbler​ at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, directed by Benjamin Kamine.
  • January 26, 2017: S.P.'s new play Rodham/Sade is presented as a staged reading by Less Than Rent Theatre at the HERE Arts Center, as part of the Sanctuary series, highlighting female, queer, and minority voices in the arts. The reading is directed by James Presson.

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Opening Night of Nibbler at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. Pictured (l to r): Matt Lawler, Spencer Davis Milford, James Kautz, Ken Urban, Elizabeth Lail, S.P. Monahan, and Rachel Franco