July 16, 2013
by charliemay

Trailer Snowman Never Sleeps Is Now Online!

Charlie May - Snowman Never Sleeps

Here it is! The trailer to Michael Lasoff’s upcoming film ”Snowman Never Sleeps”, in which I play private investigator Nick Snowman, is now available for viewing.

Watch it on Vimeo

“Nick Snowman, ex-star-detective, is lured back to work by an enigmatic young beauty, Vera Kandinsky. Set against a neo-noir Amsterdam, Nick’s search for Vera’s lost husband catapults him into a jungle of art forgery, the Russian Mafia and murder. A paranormal gift to find clues via his dreams confounds Nick further as dead girlfriend, Stephanie, invades his dreams with questions about guilt, trust, courage, love and redemption. This first feature length film by Lasoff will be premiered in the Amsterdam Badhuistheater late 2013. Exact dates coming soon.”

May 14, 2013
by charliemay

New picture of upcoming neo noir film


This movie still of the upcoming neo noir film by Michael Lasoff was released yesterday. The film is currently in production and I portray the role of private investigator. Some scenes will be shot in color but the larger part of the movie is in black and white. More info coming soon.


March 6, 2013
by charliemay

Charlie May in Neo Noir film by Mike Lasoff

Check out this picture from the full length Neo Noir film by director Michael Lasoff, which is currently being recorded and in which I play the part of detective. The movie is set to be released in November and will be screened at the Badhuis Theater in Amsterdam. Stay tuned for updates.




November 12, 2012
by charliemay

I AM I by Mike Czuba

Tuesday 13 november 8pm – Staged reading I am I by Mike Czuba (door opens 7:30pm)
There are two sides to every story, and two sides to every personality. Is it true that the bad guy always gets the girl, or can the nice guy sometimes win too? I Am I is an absurd, existential look at what it means to be a modern man.

Director: Sam Morris

Starring: Sam Morris, Nienke van Staveren and Charlie May

Join here: http://www.facebook.com/events/357465587666696/

October 29, 2012
by charliemay

27 Nov Fishing by Mike Weller @ Waterstones Amsterdam

Orange Tea Theatre regularly puts on staged readings at Waterstones Amsterdam. I will be starring as “Bill” in this one.

see below for details

Staged reading. Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts promptly at 8:00pm @ Waterstones (Entry €5)

Director: Agnesz Hoekstra

In the middle of Fishing a character explains the term “Indian fog”–the Indians believed that when the gods wanted to atone for some mistake they had made, they wrapped creation in a dense fog while they performed their secret repairs. Fishing is a coming of age play where characters are living in their own redemptive fog looking for their way to deal with life’s reality.

October 3, 2012
by charliemay


I will be playing an assisting role as chorus member in the unique play Hertz by The Orange Tea Theatre Company on 2 and 3 November @ Trouw, Amsterdam. Not to be missed!

Performance 2 & 3 November, 7:30pm @ Trouw Amsterdam
Tickets €15 pre-sale, €18 door sale
Director: Sam Morris
Hertz is an immersive theatre experience, placing the audience at the centre of a young woman’s journey of losing her sight and regaining her confidence.
Ambitious yet touching, Hertz is a story about trust, independence, and strength in the face of an ever-changing world.

book tickets here: http://www.orangeteatheatre.com/on/hertz#tickets



September 6, 2012
by charliemay

Lady Windermere’s Fan Returns

“I can resist everything, except temptation” – Lord Darlington, Lady Windermere’s Fan.

I’m excited to announce that we’re doing a second run of Lady Windermere’s Fan shows in October in the Universiteitstheater in Amsterdam. Ever since its first performance in 1892, Lady Windermere’s Fan has been one of the most popular of English comedies. Yet, though it is an extremely witty play, it also contains many moments of highly dramatic tension.

October 18th, 19th & 20th  @ 20.00 University Theatre, Amsterdam. Euro 5,-

Lady Windermere, a paragon of virtue, is suddenly confronted by rumours of her husband’s infidelity. She breaks into his desk and to find his bank book and discovers that he has been giving large amounts of money to a Mrs Erlynne – an older woman whose sudden appearance in Society suggest scandal.

What does this woman mean to Lord Windermere? Will Lady Windermere fight back?

Intrique follows fast on intrique, encompassing meetings with various eccentric members of English aristocratic Society, all eager to be heard in their world, until we come ultimately to Wilde’s classical “class-comedy” ending: the dramatic irony of the audience knowing the whole truth, and each of  the characters knowing only various parts.

The Windmill Theatre Company is the UvA English Dept.’s theatre group. In November 2011 and March 2012 they performed, to great acclaim, G.B.Shaw’s Candida. This production of Lady Windermere’s Fan was first performed in June this year and includes students from UvA’s Theatre studies Dept. and International students currently studying at UvA & VU.