Tag Archive | A Skull in Connemara

Let’s All Do Away With Auditions

An actor is often at his or her worst in an audition. The monologue they have over-rehearsed to apparent perfection goes out the window. They are inevitably congested or too hot or their pants are too tight or they spilled their coffee on their shirt during the bus ride over. Even if the casting director […]

A Generous Piece of Theater

This past weekend I spent just over 24 hours away from my apartment, school, and life in Boston to see my brother, New York based actor-Alec Silberblatt– play thick skulled and spry, Mairtin Hanlon, in Martin McDonough’s, “A Skull in Connemara.” The performance, which took place in Pittsburgh, Pa at the Pittsburgh Irish and Classical […]