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The Tony Nominated Actor recently seen as the lead in the Broadway Musical 'Rocky' was kind enough to answer some questions for the Pickwyck and a story for the Rollins College newspaper 'The Sandspur'.
What is your go to audition song?
What was your worst audition?
What musical or part would you like to gender bend?
What musical would you like to see turned into a film and star in?
What is your weakness/something you would like to improve on, personally and professionally?
How do you deal with costars you dislike?
What are some of the strongest female costars you have worked with and why?
How has theater changed since you first started your career? Overall, fundamentally or by their content.
What is your earliest memory of theater or your first favorite musical?
How do you prepare yourself for your roles? What has been your most vigorous role to date?
How do you balance theater and home life? How are they alike or different?
What is the best advice you have received and what wisdom would you like to impart to future performers?
If you could write a musical or play, what would it be about?
What is the best book/movie you have ever read/watched?
What is your favorite role that you have played so far?
What do you believe is your greatest achievement to date?
Reflect on a past or current costar who has given you invaluable acting advice.
In the musical Rocky, the tagline was "Love Wins". What do you feel are the most important social messages that theater can convey to a modern audience?