See Randy Harrison and Michelle Clunie for only $20 each!
Michelle’s new play Us and Silence! the Musical, which stars Randy until this Sunday, are both participating in 20@20! From tonight’s show through Sunday, September 23, you can get a ticket 20 minutes before any performance for only $20.
Check out 20at20.com for more information.
"I would want to pull some “Palindromes”/”I’m Not There” shit and have a ton of people play me. Like all my friends. It would be called something like “Accumulated Mistakes” or “Accident Prone: or something. I dunno. Lynne Ramsey would direct it and we’d shoot all over Europe and South America. Just ‘cause."
"Actors inspire me. When you meet an actor with a long eclectic career who’s managed to do some amazing work and keep a roof over their head and their feet on the ground, that’s fucking inspiring because its not easy and you know how much they’ve sacrificed. I’m also inspired by risk and failure. People who aren’t afraid, who can let go of needing to be right or good or liked."
"It is so fun. Its refreshing for me to be a clown, cause its an aspect of my personality that I haven’t had much opportunity to explore professionally. Also, I’m working with friends who I think are brilliant, so I feel lucky every night to look across the stage and see someone I love and admire do something so hilariously idiotic that I can’t help but break. And the audiences enjoy it so much that it really leaves you feeling rewarded."
"I began performing as a child and the theatre has always been a home for me. Being with actors in a rehearsal or on stage has always been one of the few places I really feel I belong and am accepted. When I was younger, the more fantastical and magical aspects of the theatre appealed to me. I loved that on the other side of the proscenium was a world where anything you imagined could exist and the rules of everyday reality didn’t have to apply. As I got older the poetic, social and political aspects of theatre really inspired me. Seeing or reading Kushner, Beckett, Shakespeare- it makes me feel more deeply engaged in the world. Also, some of the most cathartic and personally inspiring moments in my life have occurred as a member of an audience, and I want to be part of that for other people."
"I don’t think people should ask actors that because we usually don’t know and are forced to make something up that makes us seem glamourous and successful. So for me I guess megastardom and something that pays my BILLZ. I also want to work abroad. And get back on TV. And keep working with Jenn Harris."