Comedian. Actor. Goofball. Maker of improvised one-act plays (which can be seen in NYC) and videos (which can be seen on the internet whether in NYC or not) and a CD (which can be seen anywhere but more appropriately should be heard).
Micah and I met in the mid-2000s (by which I mean around 2005ish, not 2050ish, which hasn’t happened yet, but I think also could be argued to be the mid-2000s) on the Boston comedy scene. As we became friends and I saw him perform, I learned that he was one of the funniest people that could possibly exist. And exist he did! And does! And I am a better comedian for it; seeing him improvise, riff with crowds, and generally be in the moment all the time (whether on stage or off, in performance and in friendship), led me to incorporate that mentality into my own work and life. Also, we write songs together. Soon you’ll be able to hear them if you haven’t already, but for now, experience Micah any way you can.