How long have you been a member of Partial Comfort?
How did you initially find out about Partial Comfort?
Erica Gould saw me in a show and referred me to Chad and Molly as a candidate to go on the retreat after the cool William Jackson Harper had to drop out, haha!
What made you decide you wanted to be a member?
After an amazing time at the retreat and seeing the quality of artists and work PCP's connected to, I thought I'd be crazy not to accept the offer to join.
What are some projects (readings, workshops, plays) that you've enjoyed working on within the company?
All of Greg Keller's stuff, Thomas Bradshaw, and I hope to do one of Chad B's amazing plays one day!
What projects (with or outside of Partial Comfort) have you recently worked on or do you have lined up?
Just closed ON THE LEVEE with Lincoln Center's LCT3 at The Duke on 42nd Street. About to do a one week workshop at Hartford Stage.
Talk a little bit about the professional relationships you've formed as part of this company.
Being with PCP has opened up more relationships with members inside and outside of the company than I could have imagined.
What do you find inspiring/exciting about being a company member?
The fearlessness of not only the heads Molly and Chad, but every actor, writer and director who bares their soul for the purpose of their craft.
What do you find challenging and/or what have you learned?
I have learned the importance of building healthy relationships both artistically and in life.
What would you like people to know about Partial Comfort?
The artists associated with this company are brilliant creatives whom any actor should be honored to work with.