From Joanna Horowitz, Communications Department
Now that we're just starting to get to know each other, build the bonds of our friendship, I'm going to throw a wrench in it all and bring in someone new. Blog readers, meet Paul Morgan Stetler. Paul is playing Edgar in The Lady from Dubuque, and has promised daily postings about his experience in the rehearsal hall. Since I actually have to do work sometimes that doesn't involve hanging out with the cast and watching them work, this is good news for you because you're going to be able to follow the rehearsal process from start to finish.
Paul is returning to Seattle Rep where he played Richard Robin in Lisa Loomer's Living Out and Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet, both directed by Sharon Ott. Most recent roles include Leontes in The Winter's Tale and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing at Seattle Shakespeare Company; Paul Verrall in Born Yesterday (directed by Warner Shook) at both ACT Theatre in Seattle and South Coast Repertory Theatre in California, Daniel Webster in The Devil and Daniel Webster at Seattle Children's Theatre, and Louis Slotin in Paul Mullin's Louis Slotin Sonata...The Empty Space Theatre's critically lauded (and, sadly, final) production. He is a graduate of Penn State University.
I'll post a picture of him as soon as I can dig one up.