The Culture Project
"I believe to have working actors in a class is a necessity, not a luxury. It is a direct reflection of the work process of that class."
Alexis Black knew she was destined to be an actor when, at age 4, she fell backstage, hurt herself, and wailed, "I have to go back on stage!"
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Two years ago, I did a Shakespeare play, "Pericles," for a small Shakespeare company in Seattle, with a director named Sheila Daniels. I played Thaisa, which is not a huge part, but from start to finish the production was one of the most collaborative.
When David Morse first read the script for Lars Von Trier's musical feature Dancer in the Dark, the actor could not imagine himself as the character Von Trier had him in mind for. Though Morse definitely has played his share of problematic characters—such as John Booth, a paroled ...
"I was shooting a movie, "Backfire," by Ben Demaree. Starring as the hit woman, I run down the stairs toting a gun. Suddenly Alex yells, 'Put the gun down!' I turn to see two LAPD officers standing behind their car doors, guns drawn, yelling!" -- Michelle Tomlinson
Feed The Herd Theatre Co. extends the Americanized world premiere of British playwright Graham Farrow's RATTLESNAKES.