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Theater Thursday: Jack the Ripper

Acting hasn't been a part of my life for too long, but in the last few years it has been incredibly influential and undeniably eye-opening. As I approach my eleventh production in almost five years, the conversations I've had and the memories I've shared with my theater family have made me realize I don't remember all of my previous productions as well as I had thought. So this blog series seeks to delve deep into the experiences I've had thus far, as few as they may be when compared to those my many people I've acted beside.

The third post in this series will explore my first large-scale production in Brainerd Community Theater's Fall of 2013 show Jack the Ripper: The Monster of Whitechapel, in which I played Dr. Forbes Winslow...

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Theater Thursday: Dearly Departed

Acting hasn't been a part of my life for too long, but in the last few years it has been incredibly influential and undeniably eye-opening. As I approach my eleventh production in almost five years, the conversations I've had and the memories I've shared with my theater family have made me realize I don't remember all of my previous productions as well as I had thought. So this blog series seeks to delve deep into the experiences I've had thus far, as few as they may be when compared to those my many people I've acted beside.

For the second post in this series, we'll be looking at my first on-stage performance as the character Ray Bud in the show Dearly Departed, which was put on in the late summer of 2013...

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Theater Thursday: Acting 101

Acting hasn't been a part of my life for too long, but in the last few years it has been incredibly influential and undeniably eye-opening. As someone who constantly downplays his own successes and skills in an effort to never deny the opportunity to improve, I do recognize that I am composed of some measure of talent when it comes to performing on stage. And as I approach my eleventh production in almost five years, the conversations I've had and the memories I've shared with my theater family have made me realize I don't remember all of my previous productions as well as I had thought.

And so this blog series seeks to delve deep into the experiences I've had thus far, as few as they may be when compared to those my many people I've acted beside. Every Thursday for the first couple months of Spring, 2018, we'll be looking back at my history with Brainerd Community Theater, and how it has helped to shape and define what it means to be Nicholas Kory.

For the first post in this series, there is no better place to begin than my final semester of my two-year degree at Central Lakes College, in the Spring of 2013...