Rehearsal in Chicago (from “The Making of RED”)

My favorite acting professor of all time, Ed Gero, describes the unique and grueling rehearsal process for his new show, opening in Chicago. During my time at George Mason University I took every class I could fit into my schedule with him, and had the thrill of seeing him in various theater productions in DC. Every show was an incredible experience, so if you have the opportunity to go to one of them, DO it!

Kudos, Ed!

Rehearsal in Chicago It is hard to believe that almost a month has gone by since I spent time in the Rothko Room at The Phillips Collection. I had intended to give a more timely report of the arrival and progress of the rehearsals. It has simply been a whirlwind of activity since I arrived in Chicago on the 15th of August. I managed to get settled in quickly in my apartment with a fantastic view of the city. Wow. It was happening. The first day in town was spent tran … Read More

via The Making of RED


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