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March 5, 2010

Sir Andrew: A Fellow of the Strangest Mind, by Eric Brown

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 10:11 am

Attacking Andrew Aguecheek was an interesting process. This character, for me, was not as much about having a solid back story or specific actions or motivations as it is about listening to the other actors intently. Andrew is simple. He wants Olivia. But even more so, he needs the approval of others. He wants to be “cool”. He is simple minded and easily distracted. I’ve found the best approach is not to over indulge in self, but to follow along with, almost in blind faith, whatever the other characters throw at me. I am just grateful that I have such a wonderful cast to play off of. I would not have found Andrew without them. 


Featured center: Eric Brown as Sir Andrew Aguecheek.



From left to right: Kyle W. Barnette as Malvolio, Resident Actor James Lombardino as Feste, Eric Brown as Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Nat Jones as Sir Toby Belch, and Jan Gilbert as Maria.


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