The Metromaniacs

It’s springtime in Paris, 1738. Metromania, the poetry craze, is all the rage. Poetic lovers, scheming servants, verbal acrobatics, mistaken identities and all the rhyming couplets you could want launch a breathless series of twists and turns in this breezy “translaptation” of a rediscovered French farce by comedic master David Ives.

Jeremy as Dorante, with Hisato Masuyama, Alec Anderson Carrasco, David Hunt Stafford, Josephine Nuñez, John Wallace Combs, and Many Fason. Photo by Michele Young.

Murder On The Nile

Mystery. Intrigue. Murder. And all the gin fizzes you can drink. Life is joyous for the newlyweds, but things take a turn for the worse in this classic whodunit by Agatha Christie!

Making his debut at Oil Lamp Theater, Jeremy as Simon Mostyn, with Peter Brian Kelly as Canon Pennefather and Kalika Rose as Kay Mostyn.


Jeremy returning to Theatre Above The Law in Rogers Park, this time as an ensemble member! Set in Paris, Art, which won the Tony Award for best play in 1998, revolves around three friends—Serge, Marc and Yvan—who find their once solid 15-year friendship on shaky ground when Serge buys an expensive painting. Lines are crossed, and they square off over the canvas.

Jeremy as Serge.

The Elder Son

What do you do when you miss the train back home in the middle of winter in rural Russia? Whatever you can to get inside. A heartwarming story of love, friendship, family, and belonging.

Jeremy making his Bluebird Arts debut as Silva, with Sam Cass as Volodya, Gavin Farrow as Vasenka, and Boris Kofman as Sarafonov.

Much Ado About Nothing

Shakespeare in the Park! One of Shakespeare’s great comedies. You can’t go wrong.

Jeremy performing again with CenterStage playing Claudio, with Edward Kuffert as Benedick.

The Laramie Project

On the 20th anniversary of the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, The Aleatoric Theater Company retells his heartbreaking story, one that is unfortunately as relevant now as it was in 1998. A talented cast deftly takes on multiple roles.

Jeremy as one of Matthew Shepard’s murderers being sentenced.

Sorry! Wrong Chimney!

A Yuletide farce! Knee slaps! Mistaken hypnotism! Belly laughs! Exclamation points!

Jeremy playing at the James Downing Theater as David, with Edward Kuffert as William, Leila Zimmerman as Samantha, Sahara Glasener-Boles as Natalie, Zach Serota as the Policeman, Kimberly Sawyer as Sheila, and Jerry Moore as Kris Kriegle!

The Ages of Man

What more could Jeremy ask for onstage than to play a Keystone-type cop and a father playing a make-believe bus driver who gets to fire a cannon? A series of short plays by Thornton Wilder, The Chicago Reader called this production of The Ages of Man “likely the best storefront play […] all year.” Read the full review here.

Jeremy as T. T. Avonzino.

Twelfth Night

Shakespeare in the Park! This was such a fun one. See photo below for proof.

Jeremy makes his debut at CenterStage playing the lovable fool, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, with Nick Bonges as Fabian and Edward Kuffert as Sir Toby Belch.

I Hate Hamlet

The ghost of John Barrymore returns from the dead to train the newly-casted Hamlet, Andrew Rally, how to be or not to be.

Jeremy Schaye as Andrew Rally and Guy Wicke as John Barrymore.