Where I grew up has had a huge influence on me. It's a place where there aren't many people and there's lots of sky.
It's fascinating to watch the progress that is made during previews. The coolest thing is watching the actors take over the show, and make it there own.
New York is all about people and the things people make.
I started writing just to have a creative outlet during the down time.
The Broadway schedule is so tough, so relentless there was almost no time to enjoy all the stuff.
I do remember realizing one day that I loved plays more than I loved playing concertos.
A very dear friend of mine great actress named Wendy Rich Stetson was very active in the theater department at Amherst and I went to all the plays she was in, and it became very clear to me that what she was doing was something I wanted to be doing.
There's always down time when you're an actor, especially a character actor.
The big turning point came when I played in the pit orchestra for a production of SWEENEY TODD and I spent most of the time watching the play instead of playing the score! And that's when I knew I had it bad for acting.
It's always easy to get parts when you're a guy!
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