You need to surround your self with like minded people.
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David is an actor based in New York. Off-Broadway, he recently appeared as Kenji in No-No Boy with Pan Asian Repertory. His regional credits include Quang in Vietgone at TheatreSquared and Mixed Blood Theatre Company, the latter winning an Ivey Award for Best Acting Ensemble. He’s worked with the Moscow Art Theatre on a workshop of The Cherry Orchard and has been a company member at Shakespeare Festivals across the country. He holds an M.F.A. in acting from the University of Houston. His upcoming projects are A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Titan Theatre Company and the film “Children of the Dust.”
David and I talked about the recent rise of great work for Asian-American actors (the Asian Bro), working on plays with the king of “Geek Theater,” what it means to build a community of like minded professionals who can encourage you to always be improving, and the tips and tricks he has found that help him build towards long term goals in this business.
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