Jonathan has performed in and directed numerous plays over his theatrical career across the US and internationally.  This production of Enterprise reunites him with Brian Parks, having appeared in the premiere production of Brian’s Vomit & Roses at NADA in New York City, and then multiple roles in Parks’ Wolverine Dream, the two one-acts that make up Americana Absurdum.  Jonathan spent five years as an ensemble member of the Present Company, a Manhattan-based theater collective started by multiple Fringe First and Obie Award winner John Clancy, along with his wife Nancy Walsh. There he starred in Clancy’s The Paper Man and Don Nigro’s evening of one-acts, Nigromantia, both directed by Clancy.  He is a founding member of the New York International Fringe Festival which recently celebrated 20 years as New York’s premier fringe festival. He recently appeared as Jerry in the razor-sharp black political comedy Spin by Robert William Sherwood (Women’s Theater Company, Parsippany Playhouse), Mickey in David Rabe’s Hurlyburly (UC Performing Arts Center), Charlie Fox in David Mamet’s Speed-The-Plow (Cranford Theatre) and George Hay in Moon Over Buffalo, for which he was nominated for the NJACT Perry Award Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play.