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Lara Seibert is an actress on the rise…From regional productions of “The Drowsy Chaperone,” “Crazy for You,” “The Producers,” and “Comedy of Errors” to understudying “Ulla” in the National Tour of “The Producers” to understudying “Inga” in Broadway’s “Young Frankenstein,” Lara is making her mark! She can currently be seen in the National Tour of “Young Frankenstein,” so be sure to check her out when the show comes alive in your town!

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? My mom and Judy Garland.

2. What is the highest and lowest note you can sing? high D and low F.

3. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? Sutton Foster.

4. What’s your proudest moment? Going on as “Inga” on Broadway for the first time in “Young Frankenstein.”

5. Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts? What do you order? Starbucks for drinks-vanilla latte and Dunkin’ Donuts for meals-egg white flatbread.

6. Favorite way to stay in shape? Urban Rebounding and dancing.

7. Favorite kind of shoes? Heels!

8. Favorite skin care product? My nightly moisturizing cream.

9. Favorite website? Colorado Rockies at the moment 🙂

10. Superman or Wonder Woman? Wonder Woman, saw Lynda Carter live in concert too!!

BONUS QUESTIONS:

11. What is the best advice you’ve received? Go for your dreams, if you don’t make it, there will always be someone to pay for your plane ticket home, but you have to try.

12. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? hmmmm……so many to choose from, but at the moment…..Ryan Reynolds.

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Actor, director, and playwright, Jeff Seabaugh, travels across many aspects of theatre. Acting since the 2nd grade, Jeff has starred in such productions as “Oliver!,” “Kiss Me Kate,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Diary of Anne Frank,” “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” “Enrico IV,” “The Cenci,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and most recently “The Producers.” He is one of the founders of the Off-Off-Broadway theatre company Native Aliens Theatre Collective in which Jeff both performed and directed many of their productions as well as wrote his first play as a playwright, “In My Dreams.” His performing credits with Native Aliens include: “The Importance of Being Earnest,” “Ticket to Ride,” “Harvey Milk Holiday Pageant,” “Butch It Up!,” “Butch It Up: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” “Butch It Up: Behind Bars,” and “Young Stowaways in Space” while his directing credits include: “In My Dreams,” “Swing Out Bernadette,” “Furious,” “Civilized,” “A Loss of Color,” “Vieux Carre,” “Vessels,” “My Father’s Son,” “Songs from the Third Floor,” and “Pillow Talk.” He has also directed several productions at the Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick, Maine including: “All Shook Up,” “Oliver!,” “Seussical,” “The Music Man,” and “Bye Bye Birdie.” Jeff’s most recent play “How to Make An American Family” was featured in the 2009 Midtown International Theatre Festvial, starring Jeff. For more on Jeff, be sure to check out his website: http://www.jeffseabaugh.com.

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? Carol Burnett.

2. When did you realize you wanted to become a performer? I was in a school play in 2nd grade and I knew I had the bug! I was “the ringmaster” at a Circus.

3. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? I like to flare my nostrils to the beat of a good song.

4. What was the best advice a teacher ever gave you? Say your words loud and don’t fall off the stage. -Josie Helming, Professor, The University of Memphis

5. Who do you consider to be your hero? My partner, Randy.

6. Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts? What do you order? Bavarian Creme Donut and oh, maybe a medium coffee with H/H & sugar.

7. Boxers or Briefs? Briefs.

8. Favorite website? http://www.huffingtonpost.com.

9. Books or magazines? Both.

10. “Ellen” or “Seinfeld”? Ellen.

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