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.