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As You Like It

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Spring 2015


Charles the Wrestler
Third Brother

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Augustana College-IL

In Augustana College-IL's production of "As You Like It," I had the incredible opportunity to portray Charles and various other characters. This classic Shakespearean comedy, directed by Jennifer Popple, brought together a talented ensemble to breathe life into the Bard's enchanting tale.

As Charles, a professional wrestler in the play, I relished the chance to embody this larger-than-life character. From his formidable physicality to his boisterous personality, I embraced the challenge of capturing the essence of Charles and presenting him as a memorable presence on stage.

Additionally, my portrayal extended beyond Charles, as I took on the responsibility of embodying other supporting characters. These diverse roles provided a unique opportunity to showcase my versatility and range as an actor.

Working with the dedicated cast and crew at Augustana College-IL was a truly enriching experience. Through rigorous rehearsals, character exploration, and collaboration, we strived to bring Shakespeare's words to life while adding our own creative interpretations. The production's overall vision, under the guidance of Director Jennifer Popple, successfully merged traditional elements with innovative staging, creating a vibrant and engaging theatrical experience for our audiences.

"As You Like It" is a timeless story of love, disguise, and the power of nature. It was an honor to be part of this beloved play and contribute to its rich tapestry of characters. The production at Augustana College-IL allowed me to grow as an actor, honing my craft and expanding my understanding of classical theater.

I am immensely proud of the work we accomplished and the memories we created during this production. It is my hope that our portrayal of Charles and the other characters in "As You Like It" left a lasting impression on the audience, immersing them in the magic of Shakespeare's world.

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