YOUR ROLE IN STOP KISS:
BRIEFLY TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOURSELF (JOB, HOBBIES, PASSIONS, UNIQUE TALENTS, ETC).
I work in sales. My passions and hobbies revolve around the arts--whether it be illustrating, design, acting, or singing. And I have the unique talent of being self-deprecating. I'm pretty awful. Come see the show.
HAVE YOU WORKED WITH TT BEFORE?
Surprisingly, this is the second time Theatrical Tendencies has risked casting me. I once fumbled around on stage as Luke in Milwaukee's premier of NEXT FALL. I have loved working alongside the talented people of this organization and look forward to pestering them some more.
TELL US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT YOUR CHARACTER IN STOP KISS.
George is that guy in your life that you feel most comfortable around. The one you have the easiest bond with; who understands you more than you understand yourself; who you can count on to be there through the good, the bad, the ugly. He's your best friend. He's--sure--the guy you might also sleep with here-and-there (because you're so close to him and...well, he's good at it, y'know?). But not the guy you date, because that's weird somehow and...he doesn't really have his shit together.
WHAT DO YOU APPRECIATE MOST ABOUT STOP KISS?
There's a hesitance in STOP KISS that is so familiar. A hesitance to love. A hesitance to share. A hesitance to be yourself. The journey to lay comfortability aside and go for what you truly want is shown in honest, daily existences.
WHY SHOULD AUDIENCES COME SEE STOP KISS?
Besides the indomitable talent of the cast and crew? Or the fact that you'd be supporting both local theatre and the LGBTQ community? The show is beautifully coordinated, both in writing by Diana Son and in directing by Mark Neufang. It's funny, sad, comfortable, and appropriately awkward. Feel it! See it! Then, tell all your friends!