Friday, August 3, 2007

Filling in the cracks

I just accepted a role in the play "Big Love" I mentioned in a previous post, and the show runs in late September. It fits into my schedule between two other projects, it seems like an interesting show, and I always like doing as much as I can. So for all of you who live near Allentown, I'll be performing up there in a few months. I'm playing a character named Constantine, who comes off as the constantly-angry friend. Reading his monologue for the audition, I was struck by the need for shading in his attitudes and anger, or else it is the constant repetition of the same note. It should be a fun thing to play with.

4 comments:

Jeff P said...

...and it means less hours at Pella Windows (like today!). Where's the love?

Jeff P said...

BTW, I just spent the evening catching up on two months worth of blog entries. Cool stuff. I'm a bit envious, especially when you mentioned "better than 8 hours at a desk."

Nick M said...

I'll have you know I had a fever today. So there.

For me, theatre really is the best job in the world, and it never feels like "work." I always consider myself lucky to have found something that I truly love

Andrea said...

"filling in the cracks"....where have I heard that phrase before?