Andrew Kober, currently in the Broadway musical Les Misérables, shared with The Pickwyck what it's like to work both in the West End and Broadway, his experience working in the theater and his independent projects.
If you could switch roles with anyone in your cast for one performance, who would it be and why?
How does the West End theater scene differ from Broadway (besides the obvious geographical difference )
What is your guilty pleasure (reality tv, junk food, etc.)?
If you could star in your choice of show, who would you want as your costar and why?
What has been the most invaluable advice you have received over the years?
Do you prefer television, film or theatre? And why?
What are you most passionate about in your own life?
Who would you want to be your "Freaky Friday"?
You are a man of many talents! You offer private coaching to actors, write original music, perform concerts, act, sing and have even been on the radio! Is there anything you can't do? How do you find the time to balance these many endeavors?
What is your favorite NYC spot?
What has been your quintessential New York moment?
What is the strangest gift a fan has given you?
You started your theater career at age 22, after graduating from Carnegie Mellon. What advice would you give to graduating drama students?
We are becoming a society that is very social media oriented, there is less face to face interaction with every passing day (as I write you an email of interview questions…let's blame that on the distance) What makes theater so timeless in a technologically driven world?
You write a lot of original music with the group (M)orons (comprised of Alex Brightman, Drew Gasparini, and F. Michael Haynie) have you ever ventured to write a full length musical? What inspires your original work?
How do you prepare yourself for a role?