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Patrick is an actor and writer working in theater, film, and TV.

 

As an actor, he has performed at New York Theatre Workshop, Ars Nova, Incubator Arts Project, Judson Memorial Church, the Tank, the McKittrick, Chautauqua Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company and more.

 

As a writer, his work has been produced at New York Theatre Workshop, Prelude 2019, The Exponential Festival, Little Theatre at Dixon Place, and Ars Nova where he is a Makers Lab resident artist. With collaborator Michael Breslin, Patrick is the co-creative director of Fake Friends, a theater and media company who's recent show, Circle Jerk, was lauded as both one of the "Best Theater Moments of 2020" and "Best Films of 2020." With Breslin, he is commissioned by Ars Nova and Seaview Productions. He produced and co-wrote the book for Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical, which has raised over $1 million for The Actors Fund. Patrick is a recipient of the 2020 Davey Foundation Grant for his short film Presence Work, to be filmed in 2021.

Patrick has taught workshops at Wesleyan University, Yale College, Hamilton College and Queens College. He  was awarded the Constance Welch Memorial Scholarship at Yale School of Drama where he received an MFA in Acting in 2018. He also holds a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. 

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