Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director

Open letter to theatre.

I've done my best over the past year (and some change) to be as honest as possible with my thoughts and feelings relating to theatre. I think, going back and re-reading some posts, that I have been forthright and accurate in my depiction of my feelings; it's a love-hate relationship. Theatre is not a beast… Continue reading Open letter to theatre.

Amalgamation of Life, Reviewer

Crossing mediums.

Should, and can, movie actors move to theater, or vice versa? Part two! I have a whole theory that the answer should be no, but every once in an actor I have to change my opinion. In this blog entry, I'll focus on a few examples of high quality actors that can traverse any medium… Continue reading Crossing mediums.

Amalgamation of Life, Reviewer

Crossing mediums.

Should, and can, movie actors move to theater, or vice versa? I have a whole theory that the answer should be no, but every once in an actor I have to change my opinion. In this blog entry, I'll focus on a few examples of high quality actors that can traverse any medium successfully: In… Continue reading Crossing mediums.

Actor, Amalgamation of Life

Ensemble Actors

Ensemble actors--how do you make them pop while not distracting from the story? It can be hard reining people in from showcasing their exuberance and personality on the stage. I can speak to this directly concerning the work I've been doing on All Shook Up. Actors, myself included, have to be reminded that while you… Continue reading Ensemble Actors

Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director

The kid in me

I am a self professed child at heart. I know this, all of my friends and family know this--I don't think I actually know how to be an adult. Would there actually be any difference, as an actor, to me? Let me focus on the differences between shows as an adult and as a teen.… Continue reading The kid in me