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Thirteen year old, actor and stage manager Nathan Ladd
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Nathan Ladd, at 13 years old has already acted in 32 shows with a total of 135 performances. He’s been crew in 4 shows with 10 total performances. Nathan was the stage manager of the NYC production of The play Terezin, Children of the Holocaust. Nathan joins Enterprise Radio to talk about his early career in acting.
Nathan was invited to perform in Terezin after the author/director Anna Smulowitz who is the daughter of 2 Auschwitz survivors, when she saw him perform in The Sound of Music. Nathan has learned quite a bit about the holocaust from numerous discussions with Anna and holocaust survivors during the Fringe Festival in Scotland.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Nathan Ladd discuss the following:
- How long have you been acting ?
- How did you get the job of stage manager of the show Terezin at the age of 13?
- What is the story of Terezin and how do teens react who see this show?
- Has there been anything that has specifically inspired you to be an actor?
- What was it like to act in the show before you took on the role of Stage Manager?
- Can you detail some of your duties as stage manager and your future acting goals?
- Any tips for any potentiual actors or individuals who is considering getting into acting?
Related Web Site: www.AnnaDrama.com
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