As we get closer to our Farndale Macbeth opening, we want to introduce you to some of our cast and crew. First up is Steve Scott. Steve has been a fixture in the MCCT and BPP worlds for years, but his role in Farndale is unlike anything he’s ever done before!
|What brought you to MCCT in the first place?|
A former President of MCCT, Eric Anderson, saw my silly theatrics when I taught children’s classes at my martial arts school. In 2012 he asked me to play the role of “the fireman” in “Studs Terkel’s Working: The Musical”. I loved it.
Why did you want to be a part of
The role of Peach offers me a chance to stretch out and test my range as an actor.
What is the most challenging part of your role?
The wardrobe, the makeup. I’ve been getting a LOT of help with that!
What is something unexpected that you’ve learned by being a part of community theater?
It isn’t so much what I’ve learned but who I’ve gotten to know. I’ve met some outstanding people through my years at MCCT.
What is your favorite thing about this show?
It’s tremendously funny. I acted in four of MCCT’s Shakespeare productions and get the biggest kick out of seeing a farce built around “The Scottish Play”.
What is your biggest challenge with this show?
See #3. With the addition that walking in heels might be a challenge…
What would surprise the audience to know about you?
Farndale opens April 12 at Stages Bloomington. Tickets are $15 and available now. Get yours here!