Arcadia Actor Spotlight: Logan Walden (AUGUSTUS/GUS

Logan Walden is Augustus-Gus
Photo by Rob Storrs. Copyright 2014 Rob Storrs.

Q – Why did you audition for Arcadia?

A – I auditioned for Arcadia because Tom Stoppard is one of the most talented playwrights on the planet. I read Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and I was hooked on him.

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

A – More recently people may have seen me in Guys and Dolls Junior as Sky Masterson. I’ve been in many Parkway Playhouse productions…such as The King and I, Ghost Riders, Sherlock Holmes: The Curse of the Bloody Heart, and Treasure Island.

Q – What is a typical day like for you?

A – I go to school and then on to rehearsal…..the life of an actor.

Q – What has been your favorite moment from rehearsals?

A – I really enjoyed the dance rehearsal. The Waltz is a beautiful and energizing dance and learning it was quite pleasing.

Q – If you got to hang out with your character for a day what would you talk about?

A – I would spend all day trying to get Gus to talk….and all day trying to get Augustus to shut up.

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

A – I am the type of person that very much enjoys the sight of a full house on opening night. *wink wink*

Come see Logan and the rest of the cast of Arcadia June 6th-20th!

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CLICK HERE to watch the trailer for this production!

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