I have found, both in my life as a creative and in my career in casting that there are two kinds of people: those who love auditioning and those that would rather eat glass, but know they must audition in order to work. Either way, auditioning is a necessary evil, if you want to be a professional actor. There is just no way around it. If you are a person who loves auditioning, consider yourself blessed.
“There is no shame in not having the right personality type to truly thrive in NYC. I am not a failure because I haven’t stayed in NYC. I am a success because I keep adapting to life. Personal and professional growth and transformations are such a huge part of growing up and working towards finding … Continue reading Beyond Performance: How else to make an Artist’s Life→
While broadway’s biggest day, The Tony Awards™, got their start in 1947, CBS began carrying the broadcast in 1978 and has aired the Tonys every year since. As a result, the Tonys provides an opportunity for millions of people around the world to get a taste of Broadway from their living rooms. The show … Continue reading 2015 Tony Award Warm Up→
Memorial Day is the day Americans remember the people who died while serving in the armed forces. Theatre is filled with stories about war and the soldiers who fought in them. As such, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at some examples of how soldiers are depicted in the world of theatre. Portrayals of … Continue reading Great American Soldiers in Theatre History→
Simon Stephens’ The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a true gem and Broadway at its best. It’s also a safe bet to win this year’s Tony Award® for Best Play. The story revolves around fifteen-year-old Christopher Boone. Christopher is a mathematical genius who either suffers from autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Mysteriously, … Continue reading Broadway Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time→