Diverse actor Marc Kudisch, currently starring in Hand to God talks to The Pickwyck about his favorite roles, that spellbinding opening night for Assassins and switching from a Political Science major to a Theatre major.
When did you first discover theater? Do you come from an artistic/musically inclined family?
You have an diverse wonderful Broadway career, could you share with us a certain memory that stands out for you as a performer? It can be good or bad, just something that has stuck with you.
What are you most passionate about in your own life, aside from your career?
What is one role that you want to play, regardless of gender?
What has been the most gratifying and/or challenging role for you, to date? How do you prepare yourself for a role?
What is your favorite NYC spot?
Who are some of the strongest costars you have worked with and why?
We read in your biography that you grew up in Florida and went to FAU! Tell us about your education at FAU when you switched to musical theatre (quite a switch from Political Science!) What inspired you to move to NYC?
What was your worst audition?
What is your favorite movie, TV show and book?
How has theater changed since you first started your career? Overall, fundamentally or by their content.
Can you give us a brief description of Hand to God and your character Pastor Greg in the show? This play is extremely clever, what would you hope audiences leave the theater thinking? What has been the most rewarding thing you have gained from this experience?
Who would be your "freaky friday" or person you would like to switch places with for a day?