Expect a follow-up post this weekend, as we embark on the construction of the Ass Head. Tom will be joining me and Patrick, putting himself in our hands to let us take a crazy cast of his face. We'll then construct the mask to fit him perfectly for his fairy transformation in the forest. I will post next week with the beginning of this process in a series of posts on Creating the Ass Head. For supporters of ADK Shakes, we are planning a Queen's Tea Season Benefit in early July, and we will be silent-auctioning off a replica of the Bottom Mask. Cool, right?
(MID: Bottom; WKS: Tom, or the "Daniel" track)
Tom is excited to be a part of ADK Shakes's 2011 Summer Season! New York Credits: Isle of Shoals; Lucky in Bryan Williams's Lighthouse; MadCAP CollecTIVE (Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night). Other professional credits: Victory Gardens Theater (workshop reading of Dana Lynn Formby's The Small of Her Back); Monomoy Theatre (Master Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Ottavio in Scapino!, and Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls), and Hackmatack Playhouse (Simon Stimson in Our Town, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in Anything Goes! and Neville in The Mystery of Edwin Drood). Film: Wiggah (Best Comedy, American National Film Festival). Selected M.F.A. Credits: King Ferdinand in Love's Labour's Lost, Lenny in Marisol, Old Man in The Chairs. Training: B.A. in Theatre and Political Science, College of the Holy Cross; M.F.A. in Acting, Ohio University. For more information, please visit http://trmorin.weebly.com.
If you would like to support Tom's work with ADK Shakes this summer, please consider adopting him or his sure-to-be brilliant Bottom in Midsummer!
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