Sean is a composer and actor from Honolulu. He is interested in stories of the unheard, the unseen, and the unknown. Sean likes to imagine how the topics of queerness, religion, and culture intersect and conflict, and how they can be dramatized. He is especially fond and concerned with stories that are born from and belong to Hawai'i.
Writing credits: Sean's mini-musical, "Colonize Me" was recently staged at the 5th Annual Hawaii Sketch Comedy Festival. Other works he has written have been read at PlayBuilders of Hawaii Festivals ("Da Kine Hawaiian Soap Opera", and "Dirty Kitchen, Happy Bar").
Sound design credits: Sean recently composed music for Honolulu Theatre for Youth's (HTY) production of Finegan Kruckemeyer's "Love", which he also starred in. He has composed music for various other projects at other theatres in Oahu, including "Koi, Like the Fish" for which he won a Po'okela Award for Best Sound Design, and adapting Shakespeare's "All's Well That Ends Well" into a Disney-esque musical, producing and composing original underscoring and songs for Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF). He also has music directed musical sketches for the Hawaii Sketch Comedy Festival, and also has been a go-to improv musical accompanist for improv groups in Honolulu, including On The Spot Improv, and improvhi.
Acting credits: Some of Sean's highlights are playing Traveler in Kumu Kahua Theatre's production of "All That Remains", Feste in "Twelfth Night" for HSF (and writing and singing emo-like songs for that production), Caliban, also for HSF, Travis in EVOLE Theatre's production of "Cowboy Versus Samurai", and Vicente for Kailua Onstage Art's production of "Rolling the R's".