directed by Leanne Condron
This was my first show with R-ACT, a small theatre company in Rochester, PA, and it was all voice work. We performed two traditional radio shows in front of a live audience at Merrick Free Art Gallery in New Brighton, PA.
I got to stretch my voice acting chops with several different voices, a French soldier on leave, a Greek wise man, and a young thief.
Here's the audio from the shows trimmed of commericals.
directed by Phil Ball
A return to Shakespeare for me for this, ultimately, very silly role as the overly confident and not too bright weaver-turned-actor, Nick Bottom. I had a lot of fun with this show from the very silly looking donkey ears my wife made to the incredibly over the top performance of the play within the play, Pyramus and Thisby.
This was true Shakespeare in the park as we performed this comedy at Preston Park in Butler in promenade, meaning the audience followed the actors around the park to see the whole show. A bit challenging in that we didn't have a backstage or wings and sometimes, the audience and other cast members were several hundred yards away while you were "offstage."