I Want to Do THAT: Pinpointing the Moment I Wanted to Become a Professional #Actor

I had two surgeries to correct my crooked right leg when I was 13. The summer I turned 14 in 1998, I had the second surgery. Also that summer, I saw Live at Lincoln Center for the first time. They performed Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.  At that point, I had a lot of time on myContinue reading “I Want to Do THAT: Pinpointing the Moment I Wanted to Become a Professional #Actor”

I See Myself: The Power of Theater and Working on “Richard III” #Shakespeare #Actor #DisabilityAwareness

Oftentimes when we watch television, a film, or go to the theater, we are made to think. We see representations of various characters, and more than likely, we can see parts of ourselves in them. When you are a differently-abled actor, those opportunities to view an actual portrayal of yourself are few and far between.Continue reading “I See Myself: The Power of Theater and Working on “Richard III” #Shakespeare #Actor #DisabilityAwareness”