Brief Interviews With Hideous Men – Michael Holmes-Lauder

BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN
A staged adaption of the short stories written
by David Foster Wallace

Michael Holmes-Lauder is a ‘HIDEOUS MAN

Michael Holmes-Lauder BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN by DFW

Michael Holmes-Lauder
BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN by DFW


Michael Holmes-Lauder as 'Ariel' in ROUGHER MAGIC

Michael Holmes-Lauder as ‘Ariel’ in ROUGHER MAGIC


Michael Holmes-Lauder as ‘Chael’ in The Table Experiments

Michael Holmes-Lauder as ‘Chael’
in The Table Experiments

INTERVIEW #3
– HIDEOUS MAN ‘B47’

“Heh heh. So then what happened?”

INTERVIEW #36
— HIDEOUS MAN ‘D41’

“I saw that she would forever go on playing victim to my villain. I was powerless to change her. She was not the part of the problem I could, you know, address. So I made a decision. To get help for me.”

INTERVIEW #40
— HIDEOUS MAN ‘B14’

“It’s the arm. You wouldn’t think of it as a asset like that would you. But it’s the arm. You want to see it? You won’t get disgusted? Well here it is. Here’s the arm. This is why I go by the name Johnny One-Arm. I made it up, not anybody being, like, hardhearted — me.”

NSTC SHOWS / ROLES

  • House – Technical Director
  • The Dumb Waiter (2008 & 2010)
    — Technical Director
  • Orestes 2.1 – ‘Orestes’
  • Marion Bridge – Light Tech
  • This Is A Play (2010)
    — Technical Director
  • Here Lies Henry – Technical Director
  • Play – Technical Director
  • The Table Experiments – ‘Chael’
  • Tooth of Crime (2nd Dance)
    — Projection design /
    Assistant Technical Director
  • The Art of Success — ‘Oliver’
  • Rougher Magic: A cubist Shakespeare
    — ‘Ariel’
  • Brief Interviews With Hideous Men
    — Interviews #3, #36 & #40
  • SHADOW SHOWS / ROLES
    (In development)

  • A Story Jones – ‘Chael’
  • Standing At Opposite Ends Are Ducky & Murdock – ‘Murdock’
  • Michael Holmes-Lauder has played with Nasty Shadows a number of times over the years, lending his considerable multifarious talents both on/off-stage. Some behind-the-scenes work by Michael helped make these shows possible: This Is A Play, Here Lies Henry, Play, having begun his Nasty work with 2008’s productions of House and The Dumb Waiter. On stage, Michael was see in the spring 2009 production of Orestes 2.1 as the title character, and was part of the cast that helped create Scott Shannon‘s The Table Experiments in spring 2011. Some other highlights of his theatrical career include work with Theatre UNB, TNB, Saint John Shakespeare, Bard in the Barracks, NBActs, and others. Last fall Michael assaulted audiences with his ‘Ariel’ in Rougher Magic: A cubist Shakespeare, and this Movember he’ll once again be prying into the minds of the audience in the adaptation of Brief Interviews With Hideous Men. Michael has proven to be an invaluable Shadow in all the theatrically Nasty areas you can imagine — the Company is lucky to exploit his talents.


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    Posted on October 22, 2015, in Production News, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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