Most Terrifying Moment: It was during Merry Wives of Windsor for THEATREWORKS. Karl Brevik and I were the only two on stage, I turned to him to deliver a line and the entire script was instantly gone from my head. He saved the scene, and I had to go back over the script to get it to click back into my brain. It hasn't happened since, but it was terrifying how it all just vanished like that.
Funniest performance anecdote:
Theatrical High point: I hope it hasn't happened yet.
You as a performer in three words: Listening, Planning, Preparation
What do you want the audience to know about the current show? It fits into a category called "ghost plays", and works best if you can pack away all the gory movies and television shows you've seen and find the horror and fear in the words. Remember the scary stories around the campfire? It's like that.
Tell us three things about you that have nothing to do with theatre:
I love watching bad horror movies.
After all these years, I still can't fold a fitted sheet correctly.
I have an obsession with door knobs.
What's your Actor's Nightmare? Having to go on stage and "wing it".