LAST SHOW YOU ADDED TO YOUR RESUME: Liliom
LAST SHOW YOU AUDITIONED FOR: Liliom
DID YOU GET INTO IT: see above.
LAST SONG YOU USED AT AN AUDITION: N/A, but I have a feeling I'm going to be singing a section from "cabaret" in about a year.
FAVORITE THEATRE (VENUE): Royal George (Chicago)
FAVORITE PLAY: Streetcar Named Desire, no, wait, Noises Off.
FAVORITE MUSICAL: Rocky Horror Picture Show, no, wait, Pump Boys and Dinettes, no, wait, Joseph.
FAVORITE ROLE & FROM WHAT SHOW: Madame Hagatha Grundilly Briarpatch...no, Sweetbriar dear. Well, if you saw it, then you'd know.
NAME A THEATRE SUPERSTITION: Don't utter the "M" word inside a theatre. Scottish plays and all.
LAST PART YOU PLAYED IN A SHOW: Louise in Liliom. Mama!
YOUR GOAL IN SHOW BUSINESS: Wait a minute, nobody told me anything about goals.
FAVORITE DIRECTOR: You know, I've worked with a lot of directors, some were geniuses, some were bastards, but I've never worked with one like Bobbie, she's so...I don't know. Bobbie, hands down.
WHAT WAS YOUR VERY FIRST SHOW: Seven Keys To Baldpate
HAVE YOU EVER HAD A DANCE SOLO: Yes, "I'm too sexy for my love"
HAVE YOU EVER HAD A SINGING SOLO: yes, back in high school and jr. high
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN THE LAST PERSON TO TAKE A BOW: Yup, why, is that a big deal?
NAME A SHOW YOU'VE DONE MORE THAN TWO TIMES: I would if I could but I can't so I won't
HAVE YOU BEEN TO NEW YORK: That dump??? No way!
HAVE YOU BEEN TO LA: see above
SCARIEST PART OF AN AUDITION: There isn't one. Auditions aren't scary at all.
BEST PART OF AN AUDITION: wow, this is going to sound so arrogant, but I don't mean it like that. Walking into the theatre and having people whisper like they know that you're going to get cast no matter what.
NAME A SHOW YOU WOULD NEVER DO AGAIN: Well, there isn't one, but there are certain people I would never act with or for again.
NAME A SHOW YOU COULD DO FOR YEARS: One that I've performed in - Hansel and Gretel One that I haven't performed in - Noises Off
NAME A SHOW YOU WOULD LOVE TO DO BUT HAVE NEVER BEEN IN: Noises Off
NAME A PERSON YOU'D LIKE TO WORK WITH AGAIN: Just about everyone reading this!
WHAT ARE YOU AUDITIONING FOR NEXT: Jack and the Beanstalk winter, not summer, fall PAC Rats show, and Cabaret
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PERFORMING: I was in choir as a jr high student, and acting since fall of 04.
DO YOU CARRY YOUR HEADSHOTS AROUND WITH YOU: I don't have headshots.
DO YOU KEEP IN TOUCH WITH PAST CAST MEMBERS: Yes I do, the ones that I deem worth talking to.
ON A SCALE OF 1-10 HOW IMPORTANT IS GETTING PAID: For what, acting? Pssh, whatever, this is a hobby.
WHAT IS YOUR MOST MEMORABLE PERFORMANCE: Closing day of Hansel and Gretel, I planted a big deep red glittery kiss on some bald guy's head in the front row. That was great.
WHAT'S SOMETHING EMBARRASSING OR UNEXPECTED THAT HAPPENED TO YOU WHILE ON STAGE: Two things, both during H and G. Barry as the dad was posing as a tree on stage right, and I have this huge ice cream cone lookin' wig on, and he's supposed to tap me on the head with a tree branch. The branch got caught on my wig and pulled the thing almost completely off, so I spent the time in the oven trying to fix it, with no light. Second, all I have to say is my little girl knows her lines "It's a pop-lar tree!"
WHO IS THE MOST DIFFICULT PERSON (ON STAGE OR OFF) THAT YOU HAVE EVER WORKED WITH: ha ha ha, that's a straight up tie, Jack and Isaiah.
EVER BEEN NAKED ON STAGE?: Not physically, but emotionally, yes.
WHO OR WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST INSPIRATION OR INFLUENCE? Bobbie, if I could shave off just a tad of her talent, and keep it for my own I would be happy. I take everything she has to say to heart.
IF YOU COULD BE A RICH FAMOUS PORN STAR OR A STRUGGLING THEATRE ACTOR WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE? Struggling theatre actor.
BEST PROFESSIONAL SHOW(S) YOU'VE SEEN: Flanagan's Wake.
BEST COLLEGE SHOW(S) YOU'VE SEEN: MCM of 1940
BEST AMATEUR/COMMUNITY SHOW(S) YOU'VE SEEN: see above
BEST HIGH SCHOOL SHOW(S) YOU'VE SEEN: Fiddler on the Roof, I forget where it was.
ONSTAGE, HAVE YOU EVER...
a) Been killed? Yes, I was thrown into an oven by treacherous little brats.
b Been drunk / stoned? No.
c) Played someone half your age? Close, I played a 16 y.o. (I'm 24)
d) Played someone twice your age? I think perhaps, not sure how old Madame H.G.S. was.
e) Cried? Yes, but it wasn't scripted.
f) Fired a gun? No.
g) Driven a car? No.
h) Been drenched? In sweat? Yes. In something else, no.
i) Been in a dream sequence? No.
j) Been kissed? No.
IF YOU WERE ON BROADWAY RIGHT NOW, WHAT SHOW WOULD YOU WANT TO BE IN AND WHAT ROLE WOULD YOU PLAY?: Noises Off - Dottie.