The relationship between actor and director provides an opportunity for profound and insightful interaction, and for creativity to flourish in the most unexpected of ways. Just when a director thinks that he/she has worked with/experienced the full spectrum of actor psychology, an individual comes along that dispels all preconceived notions, and demands that they be reassessed...The extraordinary presence of Dean Shultz(e) as a member of my beautiful and talented cast has created such an occasion...Dean is a trooper. He's a gentleman. He's commited. He's witty and capable of amazing spontenaiety...Dean is never afraid to appear silly or juvenile if the occasion requires it...or infact even if it doesn't. He's there, assing about as if there is no tomorrow...Dean has made a craft of 'assing'. Seldom in my years working in community theatre have I seen such a consistent and dedicated approach to 'assing'. He may be rude, obnoxious, and he might even laugh at his own pithy jokes...but he is never predictable, or dull or apathetic. If your show needs an ass, and I suspect that many of you might do well to consider it, this devil is worthy of your consideration. In the company of such a vast and exquisite array of asses (Dean alluded to his delirium in the dressing room) Dean is well-placed to continue to hone his craft in CABARET at The Deen. Come and see it for yourself, and take the opportunity to tell him exactly what you think of him face to face. You'll find him near the bar.
Thanks Dean. Thanks for being you.
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