This year Perri expanded his range to include a number of leading and supporting roles in Off-Off Broadway Theatre and indie film. He played Don Juan in George Bernard Shaw's classic dream sequence DON JUAN IN HELL for Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble in early summer. The project was a success and was remounted in the fall with the same cast and a rotating roster of musical accompanists. Perri was an elemental addition as Terry (Teresias) to the world premiere of Owen Panettieri's VESTMENTS OF THE GODS, a musical tragedy adapted from Sophocles' Antigone, which had massive success at the New York International Fringe Festival as one of the Top 5 selling shows, and the 16-member cast was awarded as one of the Outstanding Ensembles of the festival. Perri also took part in productions of JULIUS CAESAR with Hudson Warehouse, and Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company's Page2Stage Festival in the short plays GAZA ON THE FIRST DATE and THE BIG ASS RUSSIAN NOVEL which played at the Access Theatre during election week. Onscreen, Perri appeared in the improvisational single-shot indie feature DELIVERY HOUR (conceived and directed by Benjamin Orifici for Celluloid Rain productions) and the new web-series COMMON GROUND with Veronique Ory and Josephine Huang. Finally, several projects Perri took part in were nominated for a variety of awards: last fall's production of A MAN'S WORLD (Metropolitan Playhouse) was nominated for Outstanding Revival at the New York Innovative Theatre Awards, and the Midtown International Theatre Festival's readings of Christopher Savory's TO WIN A CROWN OF THORNS and Muhammad Saad Ali's OLD MEN ARE FULL OF SH*T were both nominated for Best Reading at the festival's award ceremony.