To quoth Glinda, "It is good to see me, isn't is?"
Here are some updates. I will be in New Hampshire for the summer performing in three productions with Theatre Under the Stars/Shakespeare in the Valley. I will be Don Armando in Love's Labors Lost, Porthos and Cardinal Richelieu in The Three Musketeers, and Old MacDonald in the kids production of Sugar Coated Shakespeare: Barnyard Bard. I have my work cut out for me in terms of memorization, but I am excited to rise to this challenge.
Currently, I am sporting a beard and long hair for the upcoming shows. I have been contracted to let it grow until I arrive, then they will sculpt me as they deem fit. I have my fingers crossed for a goatee, but we'll see.
Additionally, I have been attending auditions as often as possible. This week I'll be attending one for the Connecticut rep theatre. They are doing Shrek: The Musical, and I have been dying to play that role since the show opened.
Anna has been keeping busy too. She will be also doing some Shake's this summer with a production of Julius Caesar here in NYC. We'll have to separated for a couple of months while we perform in different cities, but it is not the first nor is it the last time this will happen.
There are other things that I will be sharing in the coming weeks. For now, I would just like to wrap up with saying congratulations to everyone involved with the Tony awards last night. James Cordon, I will be stealing your career soon. :)