Arcadia Actor Spotlight: Trinity Smith (HANNAH JARVIS)

Trinity Smith is Hannah Jarvis

Q – Why did you audition for Arcadia?

A – I auditioned for Arcadia because Stoppard is one of my favorite playwrights and Arcadia is my absolute favorite of his work

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

A – People would’ve seen me in The Miracle Worker, Dancing at Lughnasa, Romeo and Juliet, Ghost Rider, and Midsummer Nights Dream at PPH and I’ve been in many productions in and around Asheville with Montford Park Players, DifferentStrokesPAC, ACT, ITP, and NCStage.

Q – What has been your favorite moment from rehearsals?

A – My favorite moment? They day we got a live turtle…which I’m sure will be coming any day now… Seriously, it’s hard to pick one. I love rehearsing!

Q – How have you prepared for your character? Did you base your character on someone?

A – I’ve been preparing my whole life by watching Emma Thompson. Enough said 🙂

Q – What’s the #1 reason someone should see this show?

A – Because it makes you think…and it’s bloody hilarious!

Q – Anything else that you’d like people to know about you?

A – Yes. I have a deep abiding love for Wellington Boots, and saying “Trinity” on stage.

Come see Trinity and the rest of the cast of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia June 6-20th!

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