Latest Projects and News
A song that Steve co-wrote with Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz (“Wicked,” “Godspell,” “Pippin” etc) was recorded by Kristin Chenoweth for her new holiday album — and she performed it in concert at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House!
The two comedy short films Steve recently made in New Mexico with Bathtubs Over Broadway director Dava Whisenant are now on the film festival circuit. Photo Op won the International Grand Prize at the 2021 Très Court Film Festival, and Brief Survey won the Jury Award for Best Comedy Short at the 2021 Sonoma International Film Festival.
Steve taught a 3 day comedy symposium organized by the Woods Hole Film Festival in February 2021.
Steve’s screenplay, Sunny Los Angeles, was a finalist in the 2020 Nantucket Film Festival Showtime Tony Cox Screenplay Competition!
New song written with Hank Beebe, performed by Paige Siegwardt and Joe McGinty, with video by Dava Whisenant!
Steve’s Cut and Paste Movies now have their own Instagram account!
The Bathtubs Over Broadway soundtrack is now available in a gorgeous two-record vinyl edition, complete with 12 page booklet, from Mondo!
The Bathtubs Over Broadway soundtrack, featuring three original songs written or co-written by Steve as well as many industrial show tunes heard in the movie, is out on iTunes and Amazon, and it’s streaming on Spotify!
A video scripted by Steve for the humor magazine The American Bystander.
The Guy You Know Slightly At Work (with Matt Buechele).
Steve is teaching a television history class at New York University.
Steve wrote for NBC’s “Maya & Marty” variety show starring Maya Rudolph and Martin Short, which received a Writers Guild Award nomination. Here is a favorite piece with Martin Short and Nathan Lane.
Steve wrote for the 2017 New Year’s Eve show on FOX hosted by Steve Harvey.
Steve wrote for the 2017 edition of “Night of Too Many Stars” on HBO.
Steve is a regular contributor to The American Bystander, called “the last great humor magazine” by Newsweek. Read samples and get issues here.
Steve wrote for Harry Connick, Jr.’s show “Harry,” and also did some acting.