Well, Pizza Man and The Producers are now closed. And with that, my graduate career has come to an end. It was a great run. Now I just have to apply what I've learned to the "real world." I will try to not let everyone down. In other news, the department held an industry showcase at the Actors Studio and allowed us to show ourselves off. They encouraged us to invite agents, managers, casting directors, and the like in hopes of getting our students picked up by someone. I received a notification that someone wished for me to email them. I'm not sure what I can, can't, should, or shouldn't say, so I'll just say that I got in touch with them and they are in the process of scheduling an interview for me. Mazel tov.
Wish me luck.
There we are. Don't we look so happy?
Hey, all. The website is finally up and running. Feel free to snoop around: Check out my head shots, review my resume, watch some videos, look at some production photos, or contact me - ask me a question; tell me what you think of the website, of my head shots. Feel free to get in touch with me for any reason at all, really.
On another note, I'm currently working on Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard for my Scenework class. I just finished working on Val in Orpheus Descending by Tennessee Williams. I'm also proud to be working on the title role of Pizza Man by Darlene Craviotto, which will go up with the other theses at the end of the school year. This brings me to the last piece I am presently studying: Max Bialystock in The Producers. The dates of the thesis performances have yet to be determined, but I will certainly post them on here (as well as other projects) as my career - academic and professional - progresses.
Thanks for reading.