Forever Plaid Actor Spotlight – Steven Green as Jinx

pictured left to right - Steven Green as Jinx, David Sebren as Smudge, Nathan Singer as Frankie, Bobby Abrahamson as Sparky (photo by Rob Storrs)
pictured left to right – Steven Green as Jinx, David Sebren as Smudge, Nathan Singer as Frankie, Bobby Abrahamson as Sparky (photo by Rob Storrs)

Q: Why did you audition for Forever Plaid?

SG: My good friend and mentor, Dominic Aquilino, told me about the auditions.

Q: What shows might people have seen you in before?

SG: In the area people might have seen me at SART last year in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, or in Gypsy.

Q: What is a typical day like for you?

SG: Typically I wake up around noon to attend a few classes. In the beginning of my college career I had what seemed like a hundred credit hours, but being a senior I now have few required classes to take so I get to relax. In the evenings I usually have rehearsal for whatever school show we’re doing.

Q: Have you met new friends in the cast?

SG: The four of us get along famously. I look forward to working with all of them in the future.

Q: What has been your favorite moment from rehearsals?

SG: The close-knit harmonies are my favorite part.

Q: What is your favorite line or song from the show?

SG: During the show my character has a transformation number, Cry, and I think it is going to be my favorite number.

Q: At what age did you first know you wanted to act?

SG: I was in kindergarten and I got the lead in a musical we did for an old folks home. I played santa clause.

Q: If you could appear onstage with any classic actor or actress, who would it be and why?

SG: I would really like to work with Norm Lewis, Michael Rupert and Julia Murney again. When I was eleven I had the unique experience of working with such great stars and we all bonded so much. They’re also all amazing.

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Parkway Playhouse, located in the Appalachian town of Burnsville, NC, is a haven of theatre talent. While people come to the mountains to get away, Parkway Playhouse is a natural gathering place to connect. Likewise, we are an extension of traditional mountain talents: singing, dancing, and, foremost, storytelling. By giving rise to energetic new voices and through a wide variety of plays and musicals, we invite our audience into experiences that are thought-provoking, adventurous, and entertaining. Together we reimagine the world in every live performance, creating dynamic conversations that last far beyond the curtain call. This blog is will feature stories, helpful information, insight and features about the performances.

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