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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Nick Reynolds Acting in New York

My pal (and Marshall graduate) Nick Reynolds just wrapped up a stint in an Off-Broadway show last month in New York.

There's a big story in today's Herald-Dispatch - here's an excerpt:
Reynolds, 26, was cast as as Pincer, the Superintendent of Police, in the musical comedy Drat! The Cat! — a show about a young detective and a young heiress, who has been stealing diamonds all over town.

After getting his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Marshall in 2008, Reynolds was accepted for Penn State’s graduate acting program, where he taught two theatre classes for undergraduates. He also became a member of Actors’ Equity while working for Pennsylvania Centre Stage in The Apple Tree and Ctrl+Alt+Delete. In addition to Pennsylvania Centre Stage, he worked for the Greenbrier Valley Theatre and the outdoor drama Tecumseh during that time.

Reynolds, who graduated from Huntington’s St. Joseph Central Catholic High School in 2002, said during his time at Marshall he learned a lot of different acting techniques and is thankful for the knowledge and experience of the professors at Marshall.
We're proud of Nick and his accomplishments and looking forward to hearing more about his exploits!

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