“My goal has solely been to support myself as an actor. If we can act,” he says of himself and fiancee Molly Coyne, “and dedicate 100 percent of our working hours to it, that’s where I want to be.”
On making theater: “Not only do I love the art form … I also love working with the people who do theater, the relationships that evolve, the forming of family.”
Atlanta actor Taylor M. Dooley on why she makes theater: “Because other than my child being born nothing gives me the rush, the excitement.”
“Theater allows me to use all of myself. My mind. My body. My spirit. My imagination. It challenges me to offer all of myself in a giving way. I can’t think of a better way to have communion with people.”
“I love the immediacy of theater. I love how interactive and synergistic theater is,” says Atlanta actor Brad Raymond. See him at Stepin Fetchit in True Colors’ “Fetch Clay, Make Man” through Nov. 22.