Acting is a business and a political act and a craft, but I also feel like it's a service - specifically, for a military audience.
For me, becoming a man had a lot to do with learning communication, and I learned about that by acting.
'Girls' feels very active and stirring a conversation and controversial, and you can't really ask for more as an actor.
I used to eat a whole chicken, every day, for lunch. I did that for four years. But it got tiring - go to the store, buy it, eat it. It's a mess.
I'm conflicted with theater in the city because you want to reach a diverse audience, and that audience doesn't typically go to the theater.
Yeah, September 11 happened and all my friends were like, 'Let's join the military!' and I was the only one who actually did.
I actually run a non-profit where one of the main objectives is to branch out and get a new audience for the theater. Just because the writing is so good and nothing is more effective than seeing something live and happening right in front of your face, so I definitely want to continue to pursue that.