Spotlight: Mark Easton
ME: With lots of counseling I have managed to block out most of my past, especially anything to do with the theater.
2) What excites you about live theater?
ME: Anything can go wrong; except the things you expect to go wrong.
3) Why is it important in a small community like the Methow Valley?
ME: I don't consider the Valley a small community, rather a suburb of Wenatchee. But that doesn't make theater in Twisp any less important, it just makes it a shorter commute....so no excuses for not attneding.
4) Can you share a unique experience you have had in a theater setting...as an actor or director?
ME: All of my experiences have been rather mundane in regards to theater, especially as an actor.
5) What draws you to a particular script like "Diner on the Way" or "The One Act Play that Goes Wrong"?
ME: They don't bore me.
6) As a director, what do you hope to accomplish?
ME: Get out alive.
7) Who should consider auditioning for this upcoming play?
8) Anything else you would like for us to know?
ME: Be sure to hydrate, and there is a burn ban in effect until October 15th, also leave your estate to The Merc in your will.