Theatre + New Media: Performing with Third Space

The New York Times has commented on Third Space before, calling the work “inventive and sophisticated” and, in regards to Benjamin Viertel and his direction, “it will be exciting to see what he and his designers accomplish next.” After a successful first season, Third Space is having a celebration including previews of current projects in development. THE EVENT on Facebook.
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Theatre: Developing New Play on “Sanity”

This week I was selected to work alongside creative artists Jillian Carucci, Ivey Lowe, Andrew Willis-Woodward and Max Reuben as they delve into questions on sanity for a 2016 Mabou Mines Residency. Throughout an afternoon playing with these artists we discovered some fascinating truths (and lies) of what story we could tell simply by being in a space
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Theatre: Cast in NYMF’s production of VALUEVILLE

The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) happens every summer.  Shows that began their initial runs with the festival include Tony Award winner Next to Normal and [title of show], just to name a couple. I’m excited to spend my first summer working in NYMF’s production of Rowan Casey’s new musical ValueVille!  More info to come soon: check
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Review: Editor’s Pick for LIFE COULD BE A DREAM

LIFE COULD BE A DREAM at the American Heartland Theatre is honored as an Editor’s Pick for the 2012-2013 theater season. “KC favorite Lauren Braton headed a stellar group of performers including locals Noah Whitmore and Seth Golay with East-Coasters David Spadora and Eddie Egan. The five actors’ consistently excellent, idiomatic singing and overall commitment
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Review: LIFE COULD BE A DREAM at AHT

LIFE COULD BE A DREAM at the American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, MO by kcmetropolis.org: “Noah Whitmore, Seth Golay, and David Spadora […] play up the comedy with impeccable timing, delivery, and physicality” “Spadora gives a tender, lyrical delivery of ‘The Glory of Love.’” Read the full review HERE. -d  

Theatre: Actors’ Equity Association

Today I became a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. I am both humbled and reinvigorated with passion to pursue such a unique and challenging profession. To be recognized and respected as a professional in theatre is a feeling that goes beyond description. Each day is a new opportunity to collaborate, create, explore, reflect and
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Review: Life Could Be A Dream at AHT

LIFE COULD BE A DREAM receives 5-stars at the American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, MO by examiner.com: “David Spadora and Noah Whitmore complete the rest of the cast. Both actors have fabulous singing voices and bring believability to their respective roles. Spadora, as Wally, plays the son of a preacher who has a voice straight
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Theatre: One Minute Play Festival at Mill Hill Playhouse

Performing in the 3rd Annual NJ The One-Minute Play Festival at Passage Theatre at the Mill Hill Playhouse – This weekend only! ‪#‎1MPF‬ BUT DAVID – HOW CAN A PLAY BE ONE MINUTE? A: we do a whole bunch in rapid succession! The One-­Minute Play Festival (OMPF) is an NYC- based theatre company, founded by producing
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