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Andrew Keenan-Bolger is yet another one of our next generation actors on the rise! On Broadway, he has starred in “Seussical,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “A Christmas Carol,” and currently “Mary Poppins,” playing “Robertson Ay” (taking over the role from fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” Mark Price). Around the country, Andrew has been on the First National Tours of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (playing “Leaf Coneybear”) “The Grinch” (playing “Max”), “Mary Poppins” (also playing “Robertson Ay”), and “Ragtime.” His other theatrical credits include “It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane, It’s Superman” (Dallas Theater Center), “High School Musical” (NAMT), and “Perez Hilton Saves The Universe” (2008 NYC Fringe). Andrew is also sought after for many theatre workshops/readings. Some of his more recent ones have been “Crutchy” in Disney’s “Newsies,” “Mike TeeVee” in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (Marc Shaiman/Scott Whittman, director Sam Mendes), “Jesse” in “Truck Everlasting,” “Omar” in Disney’s “Aladdin,” and “Hal” in “Rocket Scientist” (Playwright’s Horizon).

In addition to theatre, Andrew has shined in such films and TV shows as Nickelodeon’s “The Naked Brothers Band” (“Christophe”), “Marci X,” “One Life To Live,” weekly commentator on FNMTV on MTV, and the hit web series “The Battery’s Down.”

On Monday, February 7, you can catch Andrew along with Lindsay Mendez in Ryan Scott Oliver’s Songbook release concert at 7pm and 9:30pm at Joe’s Pub in New York City!  You can also catch Andrew 8 nights a week on Broadway in Disney’s “Mary Poppins” as “Robertson Ay” at the New Amsterdam Theatre (42nd Street & 7th Avenue) in New York City! For much more on Andrew be sure to visit http://www.andrewkeenanbolger.com

1. Who or what inspired you to become a performer? My sisters are my biggest inspiration. My sister Maggie and I grew up watching Celia perform. When you’re a kid and your big sis is doing something she thinks is cool you’re bound to follow in her footsteps.

2. What is the highest and lowest note you can sing? Oh jeez. I don’t honestly know. I just try to bark out whatever’s on the page.

3. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? I’ve always wanted to work with Michael John LaChiusa. He writes the most ingenious, challenging material in modern musical theatre. I can now cross Ryan Scott Oliver off that same list 🙂

4. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? To always wear blinders. It’s easy to compare yourself and your achievements to people around you. The time you spend looking side to side, other people are moving forward.

5. If you couldn’t be doing what you are doing now, what career would you choose? If I wasn’t an actor, I’d probably be involved in some aspect of filmmaking. Either editing or directing.

6. Favorite place to rehearse/practice on your own? It’s such a cliche, but my shower. I’ve come up with some crazy shit standing under that faucet.

7. Favorite way to stay in shape? I try to walk to Shake Shack rather than take the subway.

8. Boxers or Briefs? Briefs.

9. Favorite website? I really love flavorwire.com. It’s a totally hipster culture blog filled with lots of free music, art and news stories.

10. Superman or Wonder Woman? Absolutely Superman! I spent last summer working on the Strouse and Adams musical of the same name and became fascinated with America’s long obsession with the caped hero.


11. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that nobody knows about? I make a mean grilled cheese.

12. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? My boyfriend, Brian Letendre 🙂

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Every performer has dreams of being able to share their craft with the greater masses. For many, that dream does not come true, but there are a select few who get to live that dream and one of those select few is award winning singer/songwriter (and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant) Bobby Cronin. On Monday, November 29, I got to be in the audience as one of Bobby’s dreams came true when he got to perform “The Roads I’m Taking: The Musicals of Bobby Cronin” to a sold-out crowd at NYC’s famed jazz club Birdland as part of Jim Caruso’sBroadway at Birdland” series. Jim doesn’tallow just anyone perform in his series, he always picks the creme of the crop, and Bobby Cronin is part of that crop!

Performing selections from six of the musicals Bobby wrote the music and lyrics for, Bobby was joined on stage by a host of Broadway talent including fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participants Tituss Burgess (Guys & Dolls, Little Mermaid), Kate Pazakis (Jerry Springer, South Pacific), Andrew Kober (Hair), Autumn Hurlbert (Legally Blonde), Jenn Furman (Wicked National Tour), Erik Sisco (Stonewall Sensation), as well as Andrew Samonsky (South Pacific), Dee Roscioli (Wicked), Gerard Canonico (American Idiot, Spring Awakening), Carrie Manolakos (Mamma Mia, Wicked), Katrina Rose Diderickson (Hairspray, Jerry Springer), Ceili O’Connor (UK Wizard Of Oz), Geoffrey Kidwell, Ashley Dawn Mortensen, PJ Verica, David Gordon, and the winners of “The Rising Star Contest” Emily Kay Shrader and David Tomczak.

Bobby started the show off with “The Roads We’ve Taken” from “Daybreak” (books, music, & lyrics by Bobby Cronin), a 90-minute musical journey of family secrets, lost dreams, unexpected love, and forgiveness. Like Madonna, Bobby knows how to get the audience “Into The Groove.” “The Roads We’ve Taken” is a song about friendship and how all roads lead back to it.

Kate Pazakis and Andrew Samonsky then took the stage to perform “Come Here Boy” and “8:01” from “Cryana” (book by Crystal Skillman, music & lyrics by Bobby Cronin) which is a modern twist on the Cyrano story. “Come Here Boy” is a song with a double meaning…Kate’s character is singing about trying to reel Andrew’s character in by giving him advice about how to get his dog to listen to him while Andrew’s character is trying to get his dog to listen. By the end of the song, both characters have a date together. Kate and Andrew have great chemistry together on stage and their vocals match wonderfully, both giving big powerful belts to express their emotion. As great as they are together, both performers are able to hold their own. “8:01” is sung by Andrew’s character alone as he is stood up by Kate’s character. Andrew communicates his emotions wonderfully using his vocal talents and really shined as he sung out!

Keeping the energy going was Ceili O’Connor and Dee Roscioli performing two more songs from “Daybreak.” Ceili, who came over from London just for Bobby’s concert sang “A Girl’s Dream” all about a girl dreaming big and Dee sang “Move On” about a girl moving on to bigger and better things. Both performers gave a fine performance demonstrating their powerhouse vocals!

Next up was Andrew Kober, Carrie Manolakos, Ashley Dawn Mortensen, and Geoffrey Kidwell performing songs from “‘Til Death Do Us Part” (book by Allen Mogol, music & lyrics by Bobby Cronin) about a small town minister on the rise, who meets Mary, the love of his life. Who could have imagined the ugly secrets so carefully hidden until murder intervened? All four performers sang “‘Til Death Do Us Part” about finding your true love until death. Together, they sounded great and separately, they held their own. Andrew then sang “Just Choose Right” which really allowed him to shine using his big booming voice as he sings about choosing “right” over “wrong.” Next, Carrie joined Andrew on “Perfect,” which mended their voices together perfectly, yet each performer still able to shine individually.

The next two performers who took the stage were Emily Kay Shrader and David Tomczak, the winners of Bobby’s “The Rising Star Contest” where he asked performers who have never been on Broadway to submit a video of them performing one of his songs. Bobby had this contest because so many people have given Bobby a chance over the years, he wanted to return that favor to two people who had the same dream. With over 100 entries, Bobby and Brett Teresa narrowed down the winners to Emily & David. At a mere 18 years old, Emily has the powerhouse vocals of a seasoned performer while David just out of college, has the voice to match! Emily and David sang “Is This Love” from “A Christmas Carol” (by Angelyn Fullarton and Bobby Cronin) which is the classic Christmas story told through the eyes of five modern-day kids. It was evident these two were so excited to perform and to say they brought down the house is an understatement. The cheers and applause after they sang was evidence the crowd was dazzled and moved!

The next show presented was “Welcome To My Life” (book by Alicia Dempster and Bobby Cronin, music & lyrics by Bobby Cronin) is a powerful, raw, and inspiring pop/rock musical about real issues faced by today’s teens. Bad-boy Cody is sent to a wilderness intervention program where he joins four painfully troubled teens who, with the tough-love of three counselors, embark on a journey toward finding self-worth and forgiveness. Gerard Canonico and Katrina Rose Dideriksen performed 2 songs each. Gerard sang “Run Away/Fine is All I’ve Got” chronicling Cody’s troubled past and current state and “Reach The Sky” a song of hope that one day he’ll make it. Gerard’s vocals are powerful and rough like a rock star which fits perfectly for these songs. Katrina sang “Wilted” about her character’s troubles and “Dear Daddy” a letter her character wrote to her deceased father. I was so moved by the vocal talent that came out of Katrina…she has everything I love in a performer from rich vocals to a soulful powerhouse belt!

Following in their footsteps, were Autumn Hurlbert, Jenn Furman, Erik Sisco, and Geoffrey Kidwell who sang from “Ten Reasons I Won’t Go Home With You” (Book by Kelly Nichols and music & lyrics by Bobby Cronin, et al) for which Bobby, et al  received the 2010 Midtown International Theatre Festival award for “Outstanding Music & Lyrics.” All four performers sang “Lucky In Love” about each of their hopes in finding love. Again, Bobby chose sings who’s vocals work well together, yet allows each one to shine on their own. After that Autumn and Jenn performed “You Deserve Better” a hilarious and true song about how their character’s deserve much better than the boys they’ve dated. Putting these two powerhouse vocalists together was a brilliant idea! Both Jenn and Autumn have powerful belts along with strong vocals and putting them together makes for quite an enjoyable time added to their comedic talents, makes them perfect for performing together, but yet as all the previous group songs, holding their own.

Bobby must have known that saving this next performer and song for last was the way to make sure his show ended on a high note! Tituss Burgess took the stage (and the piano) to sing “The Best Is Yet To Come” from “Welcome To My Life” a positively hopeful song about holding on through the bad times because “The Best Is Yet To Come” (this song should not only become everyone’s personal anthem, but a national anthem as well). Tituss hit all the right notes so perfectly and beautifully, with such heart and soul, that the evening ended with a standing-ovation and cheering/applause that could have been heard throughout Times Square. I e-mailed Bobby right away telling him this song with Tituss singing it needs to be recorded as a single!

Every performer has a dream and for Bobby Cronin, his dreams are coming true because more than anything, he is an incredibly talented singer/songwriter, but also because he’s kind, caring, dedicated to his craft and performers and because he believes in himself and his talent. If Monday’s concert was any indication of what’s in store for Bobby, it surely is that “The Best Is Yet To Come” for Bobby Cronin! Stay tuned to “Adaumbelle’s Quest” because you’re gonna see a lot more of Bobby…

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Bobby CroninBobby Cronin is a writer/director/composer to keep your eyes on. He writes in a contemporary musical theatre style with powerful, yet touching lyrics. Bobby’s work has been seen in the U.S. & abroad. His musicals include: “B.R.A.T.T. CAMP”, a contemporary pop/rock musical which had a capacity-max reading produced by New York Theatre Barn at MTC studios in 2007; “‘TIL DEATH DO US PART”, a large musical about the mystifying murder of a southern preacher;  “THAT’S ANDY”, a new musical about a boy who wants to play “Annie” in his local town production; “A CHRISTMAS CAROL”,  a musical adaptation of the classic story which has been seen at regional theaters across the country as well as on tour; and with the support and guidance of Stephen Schwartz himself,  Bobby directed, developed, and wrote a musical entitled “FROM THIS DAY FORWARD A SCHWARTZ MUSICAL JOURNEY”, about four twenty-somethings living and loving in NYC, using over 100 songs of Mr. Schwartz’ to tell this story. Bobby just completed a two-performance, one night only sold-out live recording concert of his music entitled “Reach The Sky” at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC featuring some of today’s biggest and brightest Broadway stars. If you missed this incredible concert, you do have a chance to catch an encore this Sunday, August 23 at 7pm at The Duplex in NYC. Be sure to catch this show! For more on Bobby, visit http://www.bobbycronin.com.

1. Who inspired you to become a composer? Ever since I was a little boy, I would make up songs; in the backyard, on the ice while playing hockey, in my bedroom while trying to fall asleep. I never took piano lessons but was obsessed with the piano. Composing was my greatest hobby. I would write to express my feelings of sorrow or elation or confusion. I found it easier to put those feelings into song.

Fast-forward to five years ago when I played one of my songs for a group of people at a party and they were adamant that I start sharing it with others. So, I came up with the idea of BRATT CAMP and began calling myself a composer. I guess you can say that my friends inspired me…

2. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? Stephanie Block — for real.

3. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? I am a great hockey player.

4.  Favorite way to stay in shape? Rollerblading, weight lifting, walking instead of taking the subway.

5. Boxer or Briefs? Boxer briefs!!

6. Animal Crackers or Oreos? I would say the inside of the Oreo.

7. Favorite drink? Diet coke, Iced Coffee, or Tequila!

8. Favorite author? I prefer biographies or autobiographies.

9. Favorite website? Facebook!

10. Superman or Wonder Woman? Superman can fly…


11. Summer Resort or Winter Retreat? Summer Resort.

12. How old were you when you had your first “real” kiss? 5th grade…on the bus coming back from the haunted house.

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The Boys Upstairs

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

“The Boys Upstairs” has it all…Sex, Dating, Friendship, and all the blurry lines in between – A New York story that invites you upstairs to the fabulous living room of group of Hell Kitchen gay boys who handle relationships, careers, and the city with style, scandal, and specialty cocktails! For tickets and more information, be sure to visit: http://www.theboysupstairs.info.

Photo by Samantha Souza

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

Joel T. Bauer plays “Seth”

In New York, Joel has performed as part of the NYMF festival and Regionally he has been seen in “Candide” at Arden Theatre Company (Maximilian) & “A Christmas Carol” at The McCarter Theatre.  Joel is a Wisconsin native, University of Michigan Musical Theatre graduate, and former student of the Moscow Art Theatre. He is a proud member AEA. “The Boys Upstairs” marks Joel’s Fringe Festival debut.

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? My childhood neighbor. Saw her in a local performance of “Afternoon of the Elves,” and I signed up for theatre camp the next day.

2. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? I have a freakishly flexible back.

3. What has been your most embarrassing audition? Improvising two minutes of ballet. shirtless. for a hair product. and the best part is, I almost booked it.

4. Favorite way to stay in shape? Lifting, swimming, rockwall climbing, volleyball, anything and everything.  I work at a gym, and am a firm believer in mixing up the routine.

5. Boxers or Briefs? Boxer briefs.

6. Favorite website? My vice is trashy pop-culture, so I admit I’m always up to date on perezhilton.com.

7. Superman or Wonder Woman? Superman?

8. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? Jake Gyllenhall.

9. How old were you when you had your first “real” kiss? 7th grade

10. What’s the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex? Rooftop, overlooking 6th ave.

11. Describe your worst date? I plead the 5th, for fear they will read this…

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

Kristen-Alexzander Griffith plays “Ashley”

Kristen-Alexzander was most recently seen playing “Davis Roberts” on the popular web-series “DramaQueenz”. He has toured with “Rent” as “Angel” for which he received Chicago Black Theatre Alliance Award nomination, “Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” as “Judah/Calypso Soloist”  and regionally he has starred in “Pippin” (Leading Player), Lachuisa’s “Wild Party” (Phil), “Chicago” (Mary Sunshine), & “La Cage Aux Folles” (Jacob).

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? Many people, but I’ll just say three: Ben Vereen, Michael Jackson &  Diana Ross.

2. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? Nope.

3. What has been your most embarrassing audition? All of them.

4. Favorite way to stay in shape? Elliptical.

5. Boxers or Briefs? Briefs.

6. Favorite website? www.Dramaqueenztheseries.com.

7. Superman or Wonder Woman? Superman, Hello!

8. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? Recently, its been Rob Pattinson as Edward Cullen.

9. How old were you when you had your first “real” kiss? 8.

10. What is the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex? Depends on what you mean by sex.

11. Describe your worst date? Any date that hasn’t ended in a marriage proposal.

Josh Segarra plays “Eric”

Josh SegarraJosh graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts about 1 year ago and can currently be seen as one of the stars of the all new “Electric Company” on PBS. (Hector Ruiz) At Tisch, he shot five feature films including: “the Ministers” alongside John Leguizamo and Harvey Keitel (scheduled to be released this year), “The Narrows”,  and “Tiny Dancer”. He performed in numerous NYU productions and made his Off – Broadway debut in “Fools in Love” as Demetrius (Manhattan Ensemble Theatre). This is his first production with the Fringe Festival .

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? I was first inspired by all of the kid’s sports movies like the Mighty Ducks, The Big Green, the Little Giants, you know…all of those. But I got to high school and loved being on stage. My high school drama teachers were a huge inspiration and my chorus teacher just the same. But I knew I wanted to do this as a career when I saw Take Me Out on Broadway. Watching Denis O’Hare on stage delivering the most riveting piece of art I had ever seen until that point in my life, and still prob to this day, sparked the love for creativity and openness that I hope I can make others feel today. I saw that you could bring my two loves, sports and theatre into one realm with that production.

2. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? Not really. I’m good at sports which generally speaking surprises some people in the arts. I spend most of my time participating in some type of sporting event. Oh…And I can pogostick.

3. What has been your most embarrassing audition? I choose to block those out. There have too many to store away.

4. Favorite way to stay in shape? Work out. I love spin class. And play sports. Primarily basketball. But kickball is always a winner.

5. Boxer or Briefs? Boxer briefs.

6. Favorite website? ESPN.com. I can spend hours there. Or youtube. Lord…I spend too much time there.

7. Superman or Wonder Woman? Superman…obviously. is that sexist? he can get any woman he wants. Thats awesome.

8. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? Mila Kunis. Done and Done. I’ve had the biggest crush on her since “Honey I Blew Up The Kids”. She’s amazing.

9. How old were you when you had your first “real” kiss? I was 15. My sophomore Homecoming during Kci and Jojo’s “All My Life” which was the last song of the night.

10. What is the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex? Can’t answer that one. I’d get grounded.

11. Describe your worst date? Any date that I spend more than $50 and I hated every second of it but I had to pay cuz I know my mother would have yelled at me if I didnt. Thats the worst. And when the girl doesn’t even offer to pay. You have to OFFER at least, and then I’ll be happy to pay. Basics people…basics.

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

Nic Cory plays “Josh”

Nic recently graduated from Carnegie Mellon’s musical theatre program. Favorite roles include “Brad Majors” in “The Rocky Horror Show” (Club El Flamingo), “Philip II” in “Don Carlos” (CMU) and “Captain Lancey” in “Translations” (Stanford Summer Theatre). “The Boys Upstairs” marks Nic’s debut with the Fringe Festival.

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? Benjamin Emerson Lopez, my best friend.

2. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? I make a man “steak n’ eggs”.

3. What has been your most embarrassing audition? Before the callback for “The Boys Upstairs,” I received an e-mail from my agents informing me that I had done well at the first round of auditions, but that the creative team wanted me to “dress hipper” and not be so “nebbish.” I’m working on those things with my life coaches.

4. Favorite way to stay in shape? Bikram Yoga.

5. Boxer or Briefs? Boxer briefs.

6. Favorite website? www.hotornot.com.

7. Superman or Wonder Woman? Chip n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers.

8. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? Kristen Alexzander-Griffith.

9. How old were you when you had your first “real” kiss? 16.

10. What is the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex? MOCKBA.

11. Describe your worst date? There was this one time when Joel Bauer roofied me and made me sing the entire score of CABARET as Sasha Fierce at Don’t Tell Mama’s. I ended up homeless and pregnant.

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

Photo credit: Samantha Souza

David A. Rudd plays Multiple roles

David A. Rudd is an Actor, writer, director, model, designer, and teacher. He moved to NYC from the Midwest 6 years ago. His major film/television credits include “Persistence” – director (SWB Films), “Whirlwind” – Drake (Jupiter Box Productions/Wolfe Films), and “Growing Up Gotti” – himself (A&E). David’s stage credits include “King Lear” – Edgar (Michigan Shakespeare Festival), “Burn This” – Pale (BoarsHead Theatre), “Designers With Dirty Faces” – Klein Deutschland (Fashion Play Festival 2005), “Alcibiades the Athenian” – Alcibiades (Samantha Tella), “Murder Uncensored” – Sam (Wings Theater), “The Other Side of Darkness”- Steven Manners (NYC Fringe ’07), and the NYC Fringe 2008 hit “The Fabulous Kane Sisters in Box Office Poison”.

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? The best and most direct answer to this question is my dad.  Cecil Rudd was and is my inspiration.  When I was a young boy he talked about his love of music and performing, he encouraged me and my bros and sis to learn to play an instrument.  I, myself, learned to play the trombone and started performing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra when I was in High School.  My early years at university were at IU studying trombone as a performance major.

My dad was so proud of my hard work and would sit and listen to me play for hours.  We worked on my performances endlessly.  He was a wonderful critic and a very caring mentor.  I remember one time, specifically, when we were at state competition in the Solo and Ensemble contest when I was a junior in High School.  We had worked for 6 months on my solo – it was well known as one of the most difficult solos on the list for Level 1 competition in Indiana, Morceau Symphonique.  Dad had a habit of ingratiating himself to the judges, so that he could sneak a peek at the judges comments early… This particular year, we were both so nervous, but I played the best I had ever played.

My dad came out of the room behind me after taking a moment to look at the judges scorecard.  He was beaming.  I had scored a perfect score of 1 in each of the 7 catagories.  It was the most thrilling moment of my young life.  My mom was there too and we laughed and cried and embraced right there outside of the room.  I think about this memory every time I go on stage.  It just cycles through my mind right before I leave the dressing room.  My dad can’t always make it to see my shows, but I know he’s there with me in spirit.  I know he’s thinking of me before I perform.  And I know he’s beaming at me from wherever he is.  He’s watching me earn my perfect 7 and it thrills me.  I know that before I go on stage on the 15th, I’ll be thinking about Papa Rudd and thinking, “This one’s for you, dad.”

2. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? I’m an awesome cook – nay – chef (if I do say so myself).  My specialty is Asian-Latin (think Peruvian).  I love playing with flavors and really making something that will impress my guests.  I also make a really mean pizza – I recommend the Seared Tuna and Seaweed.

3. What has been your most embarrassing audition? Easily it was the first time I auditioned for one of NYC biggest musical theater casting directors.  I knew him socially, sort of, through an ex of mine and I was called in on my reputation – I’m an actor – a decent actor, but….not really a singer.  I don’t know what I was thinking, but I took the audition and went in for, god knows what show, but it was a serious singing show.  I didn’t know how to prepare a real “musical” audition and so I winged it.  NOT A GOOD IDEA.  I asked the pianist to start over twice after accidentally missing the start of the song I sang.  After trying to laugh it off, and muddle my way through the piece, I was shocked to learn that I wasn’t going to stay around to read excerpts from the script.  I was bummed because I knew “the read” was my forte, but I hadn’t made “the cut”.  I decided to stick around and pretend that I didn’t realize I had been released – hoping that the CD would also forget.  Right.  Instead he got the idea that I had an interest in him that wasn’t related to work, if you get my drift.  I wound up having to finish this totally embarrassing day by awkwardly talking my way out of a few casual drinks at the bar down the street.  WTF?!?  Totally not his fault, I should have stayed home to begin with…

4. Favorite way to stay in shape? …or just gone to a kickboxing class.  I love kickboxing and other MMAs.  I’ve really enjoyed learning different styles of martial art and hold it near and dear to my heart.  From Jujuitsu to Krav Maga, I think that its a great workout for your mind and body.  I haven’t mastered any of them, by far, but I like to try.  I cross train as well with dance classes, rock climbing, different forms of cardiovascular exercise, and strength training.

5. Boxers or Briefs? Boxers in the winter, but not in the summer.  😉

6. Favorite website? It’s a toss up between www.themusicninja.com and www.hypemachine.com.  I love new music and I’m constantly searching the web for new stuff that you won’t find on the radio or in the store.  Lately I’ve been a big fan of a new genre of music that blends hip-hop with a uniquely American form of music, Bluegrass.  It’s called Ghettograss and it’s f’ing hot!!!

7. Superman or Wonder Woman? For real?  I have no idea.  I never really followed the superhero thing…I guess I’d have to say Superman.?  Yeah, I guess so.  He’s, like, really a good guy and stuff…

8. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? Could I dream about being somebody else?  If you say yes (the rules seem ambiguous enough that I could get away with making them up), then I would say I’d like to dream that I’m the guy that invented ice cream.  I think people must’ve been so nice to this guy.  I mean….come on.  Way better than either Ben OR Jerry, and HaagenWhoeverHisNameIs has nothing on this guy.  I’d like to imagine being in 1840-something with this cool, creamy treat as my very own – imagine all the cool stuff you could trade for a double dip of mint chip????  Got an extra wagon axle?

9. How old were you when you had your first “real” kiss? Sarah Hudson was my first real kiss.  And she made no bones about telling me that I was no good and then proceeded to give me a lesson.  That girl TAUGHT me how to kiss.  For, like, 3 hours at the playground next to her house one night.  I was a freshman, so I was, what, 14?  I never forgot, Sarah, I’m doing so good!!!

10. What’s the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex? Oh man, that is so personal!  I have to say that I’ve been pretty much a standard “Do-it-in-the-bed” kind of guy, but there have been the occassional Front seat/Back seat Adventures.  Of course, there are the Shower Situations.  I think, though, that the most unusual place I’ve experienced The Deed has to be the stairwell up to the roof of my first apartment building in NYC.  It was a great time.  I still remember it vividly…sigh.

11. Describe your worst date? My worst date?  I’ve never had a bad date.  Who are you talking to?

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