I’m thrilled to once again be working with Spartan Theatre Company, this time in their production of A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner, which will be running this November at CIC Theater! The play follows the lives of a group of friends in 1930s Germany as they are caught up in the rise of the Nazi party and Adolf Hitler’s ascent to power. Meanwhile, an American woman in the 1980s shares a similar set of concerns during the Reagan administration. Directed by Laura Elleseg, this production looks at how history changes—and how it stays the same. I get to play a one-eyed, Jewish, Hungarian cinematographer who can summon the devil. Yeah. It’s a trip. Come see it!