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The next project was a reading of an exciting new piece called Reigniting Embers, by Benjamin James Halstead and Patty Weinstein.
We closed Show Boat in late September, and the majority of our cast filtered back to NYC to join the ranks of actors seeking work. After a great vacation in mid-May, I headed up to the Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut for the summer to do a production of Show Boat. After only a week back from tour, an opportunity came out of nowhere to guest-artist teach at Nebraska Weslayan University for a week. I met some talented eager young performers, and I wish them well as they continue to train or begin their careers.
After Nebraska, and a trip to my own alma mater to attend a wedding where I saw friends I had not seen in almost 20 years, I returned to NYC and hit the auditions again. After a very slow time in the biz during November, I got a call to go out as a temporary replacement for 8 weeks on the Broadway National Tour of South Pacific. Ii?? am excited to be doing a play, and in beautiful Vermont during the height of New England autumn: Amadeus, at Northern Stage.
As for dancing down to my skivvies in front of thousands of people, well, after doing The Full Monty, this was easy! On July 15th, the boys of South Pacific sang a€?Nothing Like A Damea€? at the annual Broadway in Bryant Park concert.
On Monday, March 15th, I participated in the chorus of composer Stephen Sondheima€™s 80th Birthday Concert performed at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. On Thursday night, the producers and director of South Pacific called a company meeting and told us that the show would have its final performance on August 22, 2010.
So here we are in the peak (slump?) of the low season for Broadway: the deadly early February weeks post-holiday and pre-Spring Break. I am excited to be doing a play, and in beautiful Vermont during the height of New England autumn: Amadeus, at Northern Stage. Being a swing, I have an added challenge of never knowing when my last show really is.A  Ia€™ve tried to take in the last few shows I was on as if it were my last. In late June, I participated for the first time in the annual Broadway burlesque fundraiser: Broadway Bares, now in its 20th Season. On Monday February 22nd, I performed in a benefit concert for Broadway Cares called Broadway Backwards 5, where men sing womena€™s Broadway songs, and vice versa. You might also think about some boards in the bottom and a sump since you know it's going to get wet, might as well go all the way!
Yea we did that a bit last in our last blind, theres a couple willow trees right behind the blind so before opener we'd cut a bunch and blend it in the best we could.
I should of been posting some more pictures but I've been to tired to that last couple weeks driving back and forth from home to Kamloops.
There was a hen with a bunch of chicks pretty good sized aready swimming around and hiding in the island this past week, and I noticed a few other moms and hatches at our other ponds.
It was performed at the Tisch school at NYU and included two very talented actors and myself. I didna€™t think some were a good match for me, and others didna€™t think I was right for their office. Goodspeed is a two-time Tony Award winning regional theater that dedicates itself to classic American musical theater.
I guess I just like the adventure of discovering new cities, finding a great coffee shop or pub, the after-show unwind with fellow cast, and the sightseeing. Having had a nice 3 month break from the Broadway production, I find myself pretty excited to be hitting the road with the show. Ia€™ve spent some autumns in Connecticut, and the color even farther north is even more amazing in the Vermont mountains. During a short trip to Missouri for a family wedding, I had a chance to speak to the Drama Club at the high school where I attended, North County High School.
Nearing the end of something you have spent several years of your life with, you start emotionally saying goodbye, you take pictures, you feel happy, sad, excited, bittersweet, and a little apprehensive. Broadway Bares presents Broadwaya€™s sexiest performers in a sort of burlesque show- one of the most popular events in New York City. We had a few cast changes in the ensemble of South Pacific, and our original Captain Bracket (Skip Sudduth) has returned. It was star studded: Florence Henderson hosted, and it included Broadway stars Robert Cuccioli, Ann Harada, Julia Murney, Gary Beach, Len Cariou, Lee Roy Reams, Tonya Pinkins, Aaron Lazar, Douglas Sills, Raul Esparza, Lea Salonga, Seth Rudetsky, and Tituss Burgess. I performed in 6 numbers, and worked closely with Florence Henderson, Gary Beach, and Douglas Sills.
The cast has been hearing rumors since before the holidays that we would probably run until the end of the summer, so this did not come as a shock to anyone. Nearing the end of something you have spent several years of your life with, you start emotionally saying goodbye, you take pictures, you feel happy, sad, excited, bittersweet, andA  a little apprehensive. Dont worry by the time its done, we've back filled the back and sides in so the ground will sloop up to the blind so it'll look like a hill once the grass grows on it. Your job is to sign checks, tell us we're doing good and open your case of scotch after a good day. This boat will also receive brand new vinyl bow seats and backrests, along with new upholstery on the back to back seat, as it is sun damaged.
In April and May, I did a lovely short run of a musical called The Butterfly, based on the book by Patricia Polacco, produced by Making Books Sing. We performed at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on 45th Street, where How To Succeed in Business is playing six nights a week.
The opera house didna€™t experience wind damage, although there were downed trees in the area.
This is my fifth production up here, having previously done productions of Brigadoon and A Little Night Music (2001), King of Hearts (2002), and 1776 (2007).
From December 14th through the holidays until mid-January, the tour of South Pacific played The Kennedy Center in Washington DC for 5 weeks. Ia€™m particularly excited to be spending a month in Washington DC playing the Kennedy Center, and then a week in Ft.


The PBS Broadcast a€?Live At Lincoln Centera€? of the musical aired on August 18th, the Wednesday before. It was great to meet these eager young artists who are just now discovering the world of acting. It was a fun, if hot afternoon, and most likely the last public event our cast will perform before the live televised performance on August 18th, and before we close.
Luckily theya€™d seen most the touristy stuff a few years ago, so they did museums and indoor stuff during the torrential freezing rains.
Myself along with 300 other Broadway performers sang in the eveninga€™s finale song: a€?Sundaya€? from Sondheima€™s musical Sunday In The Park with George.
It was held at our theater, so I was very comfortable in the environmenta€¦but with over 50 different chorus members, and celebrities in every hallway.
We knew it wouldna€™t last forever, and the show has already run longer than anyone expected. The crowds for South Pacific were a little lower over the holiday season than expected, but that was true of the entire Broadway community, not just our show.
We performed at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on 45th Street, where How To Succeed in Business is playing six nights a week.A  I performed in BB5 two years ago, working with Florence Henderson and Richard Kind and other celebs. Chances are slim but not impossible that I could be on sometime during the last two weeks - but it feels over for me. We carried it proudly all the way back to one of their houses and proceeded to patch the hole with a piece of plywood and tar.
Auditions were fairly plentiful in February, and I even booked a short-running off-Broadway gig at the Mint called a€?The Butterflya€™ for April. I spent the next two months interviewing various agents, going to open calls, and working on self-generated projects. You have to know what you are looking for (not to take the first thing that comes along), and its helpful to have a thick skin. This production of Show Boat is garnering interest because a 25 person cast of this show in a space as limiting as the historic opera house seems un-produceable. Broadway Cares is now the #1 charity organization in the country for AIDS research as well as helping to fight breast & ovarian cancer. It was a more subtle, less swanky affair than the 1 Year Anniversary- but still incredibly generous of Lincoln Center. I could certainly pinpoint specifics, but mostly it was just a general feeling that I needed to move on. It certainly is a whole new ball game, not just for me, but for the industry as a whole as the economy has evolved, and is still evolving.
The whole experience has been magical, and we are all daily thankful to be a part of such a successful production with the incredible organization Lincoln Center. This year, we had Betty Buckley, George Takai, Mad Mena€™s Bryan Batt and Fraziera€™s Dan Butler among others. You can keep it, all I want in exchange for my service is the right to hunt all the drakes. The piece is a bit of an a€?Anne Franka€? story, taking place in France during that countrya€™s Nazi occupation. Agents may pass on you for various reasons: they represent predominantly young talent, or they may have an actor just like you already in their a€?stablea€™. Our director Rob Ruggiero has been given artistic freedom by the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization to reconstruct the show for the space.
I wona€™t lie, it was nice to have the extra nights off at home, even if it was blizzarding outside.
We then play Newark (where I can commute from my own home in NYC), then a final two weeks in Cleveland. Many of them had never really seen professional theater, but it was nice to see that spark in their eyes.
My goal has been to be adaptable to that evolution, and ready myself for the new career roads that lie ahead. By the time it ends, South Pacific will have played 1000 performances and 37 previews, making it the longest-running Broadway revival of any of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals. But we still are holding strong, with an expected drop during the bleak next 2 winter months before the Spring Break-ers arrive in March. The unique challenge for me in this play was playing two parts completely opposite of each other - that of the Nazi antagonist Walter, and of the benevolent Jewish father Hoffman.
Ia€™m confident in what I have to offer, so it was really a matter of interviewing until the right match happened.
As economic times make smaller shows more attractive for regional producing organizations, a 25 person Show Boat should be of great interest if it proves a success. This area is very theater savvy, and people recognize the actors at restaurants, at the gym, etc.
I wish them all well in their acting endeavors, and expect to hear of great successes from them.
So after having a chance at a stable schedule in a Broadway show, when the end comes, it feels big.
Actors can be amazing performers onstage, and be terrible auditioners, or terrific auditioners and be awful onstage.
Wea€™ve still been having decent crowds before now, and we expect it to go back up in a few weeks. Both were significant roles that required much character work in order to make each one transformative and different than the other.
We will have our first performance on July 1st, and I have to say, it looks like its going to be a great show.
DC because its a theater town and the military aspect of our show appealed to them, and Fort Myers no doubt because of the general age of the audience many of whom remembers WWII personally. I played the same theater (the Palace - see left) here in Cleveland a decade ago on the Parade national tour. I have not been on tour since 2003 with The Sound of Music, and Ia€™m eager for the adventure.


We all know everything on the internet isna€™t accurate, but researching time period, and listening on YouTube to a particular accent (Italian for my character), or music (Mozart, obviously, and some of Salieri and other composers of the late 1700a€™s) has proven invaluable.
Ia€™ve known Achilles socially for a couple years, and Ia€™ve been impressed with how he represents his clients. Both were significant roles that required much character work in order to make each one transformative and different than the other.A  Playing a Nazi (which I have done once before in The Sound of Music) always presents a unique challenge - being true to the character, knowing that what your character thinks he is doing is a€?righta€?, and fighting against becoming an evil caricature. Lots of green and brown paint on the 2x4s and lots of foilage around the front, the grass will grown pretty tall in back. I was ready for a change and ready to do something creatively different than being a swing.
Laura is universally loved by our cast and it was really tough to say goodbye to her 2 weeks before we close. One of the boys found a canoe paddle in the weeds and we three got into the boat and started to paddle out.
The opera house sits alongside the beautiful Connecticut River, a perfect setting for the show.
The backstage is way too small but therea€™s a romanticism to the drafty stairways and cramped hallways.
So with a final farewell with a lovely closing party atop the Empire Hotel, we all parted ways. Very nice looking boat, whether going for a cruise, fishing, or pulling a tube you won't be disappointed! The inside of the theater has a horseshoe-shaped balcony around a house that has a remarkable resemblance to the inside of an actual show boat. The feel of the grand old opera house built in 1876, about a decade before the our show takes place should add an extra bit of authenticity for our audience.
Its at times like this that it helps to remember whether its 1 or 1,000 people in the audience, they have paid their money to be entertained, to take a journey, to escape from their world for 3 hours - and its our job to give it to them.
We feverishly paddled with that one oar and bailed out the water with our hands and an old can.
But therea€™s something about those old theaters that brings out the romantic idea of a tour. But therea€™s something about thoseA  old theaters that brings out the romantic idea of a tour. Barely we made it to shore and got out just before the boat sank below the water and headed downstream.
Wet, cold and shaking the three of us headed home knowing we would never tell our parents of this stupid adventure.
We were lucky to be alive and it was only by Goda€™s grace that I can live to tell about it. Sometimes that other road will bring you back to your original path and sometimes it will take you farther away from it.
But God used him to gather and lead his people out of Pharaoha€™s slavery and split the Red Sea in two.A  Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers and was cast into prison but became the second most powerful person inEgypt. Or, maybe just maybe a smile or a kind word from you to a stranger may just prevent them from going home and ending their own life and their grandson will some day save the world.
He will bring to light things that are now hidden in darkness, and will make known the secret purposes of people's hearts. Throw your troubled waters out of your boat and paddle on down that river of life with Him at your side.
You have ears, but you don't really listen.Psalm 13:2 -- How long must I worry and feel sad in my heart all day?
I have been praying for something to happen for 4A? years now and what I prayed for was not granted.
Leta€™s speak of reality a€“ He is God and He can do what He wants to or not do what He doesna€™t want to. We cannot command the Lord to do anything whether we do it in pleading, tears, anger, or desperation. If God has the will, He may answer our prayers about life but nothing says that He absolutely has to.
All we have is the hope that he will hear us, see what we are going through, and grant us a little drop of His mercy in this life. He will cure a cancer, heal the deaf, grow an arm back or bring someone back to life but that does not mean He will do it all the time. He has given us guidance through His word (the Bible) and occasionally gives us a nudge or lesson to learn from but basically kicks us out of the nest like the mother bird does to face the challenges of life.
I get so frustrated at times that my prayers are not answered and I have to keep reminding myself that this is my life and I need to deal with it on my own sometimes. Their job is to preach the message to inspire, encourage, and give hope to their congregations. If we are to be an example of His mercy to others, it can only be done with people of lesser stature than us. He wants us to spread the Gospel and not make up stories of what He has done for us personally in life.
Just show others how you believe in His salvation and forgiveness and tell them of His Word.
He has promised everything in His kingdom of Heaven to those who accept His Son as Lord and Savior.
Life here is just a temporary setback, trial and test to see if we are worthy of everlasting life sharing in His love -- or without it in a very dark place. So accept His Son as your Lord and claim the only real promise that He made to us --- Forgiveness and Salvation.



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