Meet Emily Eaton, then come see her in “Moving Boxes”

Emily Eaton will portray Sarah in the 2nd Act Players production of Moving Boxes Nov. 4-19. Sarah is perhaps the most enigmatic character in the world premiere drama, presenting a solid acting challenge for Emily but she is more than up to the task.

To see Emily and the rest of the cast, simply click here to purchase tickets. And keep reading to find out more about Emily’s acting philosophy.

Why did you start acting?
Every since I was a child, I have been drawn to performing. My sister and I would write plays and perform them for our family. I started performing more and more for school and church, until I went to college to study acting. Theater has always been my passion!

What’s your biggest challenge in being an actor?
Auditions! 🙂

What’s been the favorite role you’ve play so far and why?
We did an all-female version of the Comedy of Errors. I played Egeon, a 60-year-old man. It was very much outside myself, but I loved tackling the challenge, and finding the character.

What would be your dream role (in any play or movie ever done) and why?
Blanche in Streetcar. So much beauty, depth, vulnerability and complexity in her character!

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