Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Sunday Spotlight with Bruce Sabath!

Very excited that this week's Sunday Spotlight is with my former Company cast mate, Bruce Sabath!
Here is the link to register for this FREE virtual master class.
March 17th's Sunday Spotlight

(picture of Bruce with Mr. Sondheim) 

One of my college kids asked me if you need to have Skype to be able to attend so I thought I would clarify for everyone.  You just click on that link above.  Then it registers you for the online webinar.  About a day before and then again an hour before you get a reminder email with the link that lets you into the webinar.  A bit before 8pm you just click it, it opens up, and you can hear the guest, me and the two youth board teens talking.  You also see my screen which has a powerpoint on it with pix etc of the guest star.  Then if you want to ask a question, you just type it and I see it, then I unmute you and you can literally ask the question yourself of the guest.  So cool!

Bruce Sabath Press Release info

Bruce Sabath is a New York-based actor, working in theatre, film, TV and commercials. He played Larry in the 2006-07 Tony-winning revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Company. He was most recently seen in New York in Prospect Theater’s Portraits, and the workshop of the new musical Casanova, as well as the award-winning revival of Michael John LaChiusa’s Hello Again and the Off-Broadway musical, The Sphinx Winx. Sabath’s regional credits include Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, directed by John Doyle at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and his acclaimed portrayal of Richard Nixon in the Southeast premier of Frost/Nixon at the Caldwell Theatre in Boca Raton. Sabath has also appeared closer to home at The Schoolhouse Theater in productions of The Imaginary Invalid and Lost in Yonkers.

Sabath, a former Wall Street “wiz kid” and corporate strategist, stunned his colleagues a decade-and-a-half ago when he chucked his established business career to pursue his first love, acting. He then stunned the theatre world when he debuted on Broadway, and was praised by Ben Brantley of The New York Times for his “touching and credible” performance as Larry, opposite Barbara Walsh as the acerbic Joanne. Sabath’s story has been profiled in The Wall Street Journal, Parade Magazine, The Sondheim Review, Backstage, Germany’s Der Spiegel, Westchester Magazine, and Psychology Today.

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