http://nemunarceesay.com
Nemuna (she/her/hers) is an actor working in New York. She has an M.F.A. in Acting for American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and is originally from Sacramento, California. She has worked at regional theaters all over the country including Oregon Shakespeare Festival, PlayMakers Rep and Barrington Stage Company. She also teaches and is currently serving as a professor of acting at Hunter College in New York City. She is an acting coach in the New York/New Jersey area. For more information on her acting or coaching, check out her website: www.nemunarceesay.com
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I Wish I Knew: Falling into Lighting Design with Cha See

Hello all you aspiring lighting designers! This one is for you. One of my favorite lighting designers, Cha See (she/her/hers) agreed to answer all my questions about becoming a lighting designer in the Philippines, Why she chose lighting over other areas of design, why working on Donja R. Love’s hit play One in Two was an exhausting and rewarding experience, and more! If you’re interested in lighting, or if you just love a good inspirational story, take a read!
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I Wish I Knew: How artists are coping in self-isolation

Artists have been hit HARD during this covid-19 pandemic. Jobs are suddenly gone, we can’t gather with our friends to be creative…how do we cope? I needed some ideas so I asked some familiar I Wish I Knew friends to share how they’ve been staying connected, creative and sane during self-isolation. They have so many great ideas (I’ve linked to many of them), so if you’re getting bored and need something new to try, have a read!
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I Wish I Knew: Being a Sound Engineer and I.A.T.S.E. Leader with Amanda Sager

I Wish I knew is back this month, brought to you from my couch and social distancing! I’m here to inspire you with the incredible Amanda Sager (she/her/hers), a sound engineer and the President of I.A.T.S.E. Local 154. If you are interested in technical theater, this one is for you! Amanda talks about how she got into sound, the difference between a sound designer and a sound engineer, what it’s like being female-identified in a male dominated field, and when is it right to join the union. Amanda is so inspiring, please read and share her story!
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I Wish I Knew: Being a Swing in Hamilton with Christopher Henry Young

Obsessed with Hamilton? Ever wonder what a “swing” is and how it differs from an “understudy”? Want some tips on how to prepare for a national tour? This month on I Wish I Knew, we speak to actor, dancer, choreographer and coach extraordinaire Christopher Henry Young about his experience being a swing in the sit-down production of Hamilton in San Francisco. Take a read!
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I Wish I Knew: Diversity in Casting with Victor Vazquez

I Wish I Knew interviews Victor Vazquez, a casting director based in NYC. Victor’s company, X Casting, is dedicated to equity, diversity, inclusion, collective liberation, and anti racism. He takes us through his journey from athlete in Compton and South Central Los Angeles to Casting Director at Arena Stage and now a business owner and Oxford grad. Victor is an inspiration to anyone looking to make a difference and have a voice in the arts community of 2020 and beyond. Take a read!

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