Most Terrifying Moment: Waiting on a specific tech element which doesn't come and is crucial to the plot moving forward. Completely out of my control.
Funniest performance anecdote: Mark Hennessy loved to give opening night speeches, I figured out with a few shows with him. One play he was hyper focused on a box office issue and couldn't give a speech, so he simply stuck his head in the dressing room and said, "Don't Suck". That is my mantra before shows now.
Theatrical High point: Playing Tom in Glass Menagerie in Texas. Perfect cast, perfect production, perfect audience and the perfect time in my life.
You as a performer in three words: All. Over. Map.
What do you want the audience to know about the current show? No ponies were harmed in the making of it. I think.
Tell us three things about you that have nothing to do with theatre:
I take stairs two up and down at a time. If I go one at a time I will trip.
For some odd reason my right arm doesn't swing as wide as my left when I walk.
I once joined a Buddhist monastery. Wasn't as fun as I thought it would be.
What's your Actor's Nightmare? Being called from the audience to perform a part because I "once did it".