Max joins Kathleen Turner, Rosie O'Donnell, Leslie Margherita, Geneva Carr, and Taylor Louderman in a reading of Hollywood Nurses by Sheila Head and Peter Michael Marino. Directed by Carl Andress, the evening will raise funds for the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative.
Max joins Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou, Ken Jennings, Melissa Errico, Jeremy Jordan, Rebecca Luker, Michael Cerveris, Mark Evans, Ryan Silverman and more to celebrate the work of Stephen Sondheim for the Irish Repertory Theater's 2017 gala at Town Hall. Visit IrishRep.org for information and tickets.
Max takes on the role of Alfred Dreyfus in the Ensemble for the Romantic Century's production of Eve Wolf's The Dreyfus Affair at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Directed by Donald T. Sanders, this piece also stars Peter Scolari, Mark Evans, Meghan Picerno and Daniel Rowan. More information at BAM.
Max joins Ashley Brown, Malcom Gets, Carmen Cusack, Andrea McCardle and Patrick Cassidy to celebrate Oscar Hammerstein's work in Hollywood to benefit the Bucks County Playhouse. Visit Bucks County Playhouse for information and tickets.
Max joins his dear friend and leading lady, Elizabeth Stanley in an evening of broadway favorites. David Michael Wolfe hosts from the piano. Visit The Carolina Phil for more information.
Max boards the Orient Express in this world premier stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express by Ken Ludwig. Joined by Alexander Silber, Julie Halston, Veanne Cox, Allan Corduner and many others, this performance will take place at The McCarter Theater in Princeton, NJ. Visit The McCarter Theater
Max makes his Mint Theater debut in the world premiere of Miles Malleson's Yours Unfaithfully, an "un-romantic comedy" about the price of free love. Runs at the Beckett Theater at Theatre Row. Visit The Mint Theater.
Max joins Derek Klena, Michael McElroy, Claybourne Edler and a host of others tobenefit The Leukemia & Lympoma Society and their lifesaving blood cancer research. Info & tickets at www.raiseyourvoicecabaret.com
Max performed in the award-winning Broadway production of An American in Paris as Henri Baurel at the Palace Theater, as well as the Chatelet Theater in Paris . The role garnered him nominations for the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards, as well as a Grammy nomination for the original cast recording.