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Lessons From Sunna

We were sitting in traffic on Eighth Avenue in Manhattan, heading uptown in the van belonging to the theatre company I was working for at the time. I was driving, with the producer in the passenger seat. We were at … Continue reading

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When Funny Lines Get Cut

When I was just starting out as an actor, I worked props on a production of Blythe Spirit, with a dinner theatre company on Long Island. It was good experience, working backstage. One I think all young actors should have. … Continue reading

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When Directors Yell

There can be some overlapping between jobs that are background, and jobs that are more than background. It is becoming increasingly common to get booked on a film or tv show, and find yourself all alone in the frame, or … Continue reading

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It’s a Sign

It came right out of the wall. The hot water faucet. Not just the faucet. The stem, too. Along with the hot water. Lots of it.  It was like a scene in a silent comedy where the hapless hero tries … Continue reading

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Here We Go

They say this on set all the time. “Here we go!” Over and over. “Here we go!”

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