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Ann Randolph

Ann Randolph: From Canning Salmon in Alaska to Performing Off-Broadway

She worked in a cannery gutting fish. She cleaned oily rocks after the Exxon Valdez spill. She spent a year at sea on a research vessel. She lived in a mental hospital and performed plays with the patients. She worked the graveyard shift at a shelter for mentally ill women.

Having done just about everything else, Ann Randolph brought her solo show Squeeze Box to off-Broadway’s Kirk Theater, and she’s got quite a tale to tell.

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Time travel for winners

I love imagining back to a time in my past when I was nowhere near achieving any of my goals as a performer… if someone from the future had approached me at that time and said, “Hey, what if, in a fraction of the time you’re going to spend waiting tables in December, you could make more money doing just 16 magic and puppet shows… how would that make you feel?”

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Actor – Gregory Smith: The Seeker, Everwood

Gregory Smith never cracked a book about acting, but he aced his four years of training as the lead on TV’s Everwood. Learn how he made it through the perils of child acting, why he carries a camera with him everywhere he goes, and how twirling a butterfly knife prepared him for his part in his new movie, The Seeker.

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