This marks Mr. Boston’s third collaboration with Mr. Parks, having performed in the world premiere of his play, The House, and the ten-year New York Fringe Festival Anniversary production of his Americana Absurdum.  When not in New York, he’s been seen in leading roles in most of the United State’s top regional theatres, including the American premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love at A.C.T in San Francisco, the inaugural production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Water By the Spoonful, by Quiara Alegria Hudes at Hartford Stage, and the premiere of Donald Margulies’ adaptation of God of Vengeance at ACT in Seattle.  Most recently he originated the role of Shylock in District Merchants, a new adaptation of The Merchant of Venice by Aaron Posner at Folger Shakespeare Theatre.  He’s shared the stage with such luminaries as Jean Stapleton, Delroy Lindo, James Cromwell, Avery Brooks, Andre Braugher, and many more.  He was also kinda known as a child star, especially by friends and family, having appeared in over 70 episodes of the family classic “Camp Wilderness,” which premiered on the ABC network in the 70s.  Since then he’s been clawing his way back into fame with roles on televison in The Blacklist, Blue Bloods, Mysteries of Laura, Law and Order, One Life to Live and All My Children.