MENU

Choice Curtain Calls

Name: Johanna Day

Role: Zippy

Hometown: Sperryville, VA

What was the smartest choice you have ever made? To be an actress, although I feel by now that wasn’t a choice.

What are some choices you make every day? To wake up and get out of bed. You have to wake up and choose to live. Choose your own world, whatever it is, and try very hard to love yourself and yourself in it.

 

Name: Munson Hicks

Role: Clark

Hometown: Brattleboro, VT

What was the smartest choice you have ever made? Marrying my wife

What are some choices you make every day? Breakfast, lunch, dinner, where to walk the dogs.

How are you like/not like your character? I am like him in that we’re both old and he loves his wife. We are different in that he is a smart, persistent no nonsense guy with no illusions about himself.

 

Name: Raviv Ullman

Role: Hunter

Hometown: I was born on a kibbutz in the south of Israel, but the majority of my formative years took place in Fairfield, CT.

What was the smartest choice you have ever made? Moving to New York to pursue a theatre career.

What are some choices you make every day? To eat healthy; New York makes it so easy to get a slice of pizza...or three.

How are you like/not like your character? Hunterhas more secrets than I do. I mean, I think I’m a pretty openbook. There’s a real mystery to him, and only one direction to head in — up.

 

Name: Madeline Wise

Role: Zoe, Leah or Lena

Hometown: McLean, VA; in the ‘burbs of Washington, DC.

What are some choices you make every day? I try to choose to take on things that will challenge and edify me daily (and then I try to choose not to get stressed out when I take on too many of those things). I choose to be grateful for my health and the people I love and the life I’m able to have. I make boring choices about how I take my coffee and what to wear. I choose to be kind to others and to myself.

How are you like/not like your character? Zoe and I share ferociously intelligent and interesting parents, and we both have liberal arts degrees (mine is slightly more practical, but not by much). As for Leah/Lena, I’ve never worked in the depilation industry, but we both like to talk.


Avenue of the Arts / Huntington Avenue Theatre: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA: 527 Tremont Street, Boston MA 02116
Main: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115 | 617 266 7900 | BOX OFFICE 617 266 0800

© 2018 Huntington Theatre Company. All rights reserved | Trouble viewing this site? Please download Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.