Spend 69 seconds with … actor Greg Armstrong-Morris, who will appear next in [title of show] at the Arts Club Revue Stage in February.
01Your first job.
Soda jerk / burger flipper at the Essex Municipal Hockey Arena.
02The job you wanted as a child.
I wanted to build cities. Or volcanoes.
03Your favourite musical.
Really? Are you kidding? …
04One thing no one knows about you (and you are willing to share).
The only things people don’t already know about me, I’m not going to share here!
05Your biggest pet peeve.
People mistaking pettiness + cynicism for wit..
06The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
A month’s worth of supplies, a fuelled plane, a beautiful man who adores me, and knows how to fly the plane … eventually.
07Complete this sentence: I first kissed a boy …
… in a house in my home town that later became a restaurant. The food always paled in comparison.
My big brother, Mark.
09 One word your best friend would use to describe you.
10 The one thing any visitor to Vancouver simply cannot miss.
The rainy season.
MEET greg armstrong-morris
Greg is an actor, writer, gardener and would-be-designer. He is the author of 2 blogs, The Tumour Cycle and The Hobbit Letters, and numerous projects that sit on dusty shelves awaiting further attention.
Favourite roles include: Malcolm, The Full Monty (Patrick St. Prods. & Persephone Theatre); Hedwig, Hedwig & the Angry Inch, and Simon, Corpus Christi (Hoarse Raven); Mr Mayor, Seussical (Carousel); Lita Encore, Ruthless (Ophidian); Le Beau, As You Like It, and Nathaniel, Love’s Labours Lost (Bard on the Beach).
Experience most worthy of dinner conversation: Bilbo Understudy, Lord of the Rings, Mirvish Prods., Toronto.
Greg next appears in the Homeshark Equity Co-op production of [title of show] which runs at the Arts Club Revue Stage on Granville Island February 15-26, 2011.