Spend 69 Seconds With BASH’d! A Gay Rap Opera co-creator and co-star, Nathan Cuckow.
01Your first job.
Paper boy for the Calgary Herald.
02The job you wanted as a child.
04The one word your best friend would use to describe you.
05The name of the last book you read.
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Yao by Junot Diazl.
06The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
A water proof tarp, matches, and an axe. What can I say? I’m practical. The fantasy version would be: a cook, a maid, and a handyman!
07Your ideal vacation.
Tropical getaway with my bestest friends.
08The one thing you are most looking forward to seeing when you are in Vancouver.
09 The song that is getting the most airplay on your iPod right now.
Take It In by Hot Chip.
10 Complete this sentence: On Friday nights I…
…wait, what day is it today?
MEET nathan cuckow
Nathan is a Sterling Award winning Edmonton based actor/producer/playwright and a Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Edmonton’s critically acclaimed, multi-Sterling Award winning, independent theatre collective, Kill Your Television (K.Y.T).
Nathan was last seen in Daniel MacIvor’s one-man show, Monster (for which he received a Sterling Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role); in the Sterling Award winning production of BASH’d! a gay rap opera, co-written and performed by Chris Craddock and Nathan Cuckow (Outstanding Independent Production); in Shadow Theatre’s production of Richard Greenberg’s Three Days of Rain (Sterling Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role); and in K.Y.T.’s Sterling Award winning production of The Glass Menagerie (Outstanding Independent Production).
Other credits include: 3…2…1 co-written and performed by Nathan Cuckow & Chris Craddock at The 2005 Magnetic North Festival in Ottawa/Edmonton in May 2004 at Azimuth Theatre (Sterling Award nomination for Best New Play) 3…2..1 was recently published by Signature Editions in the collection Two Hands Clapping and toured to Kitchener, St.Catherines, Barrie, ON, and the Yukon; his Sterling Award nominated one-man show, STANDupHOMO, which was performed at the 2002 Winnipeg and Edmonton Fringe Festivals, in Jan. 2005 at One Yellow Rabbit’s 19th Annual High Performance Rodeo in Calgary, and in Aug. 2005 at the 15th Annual Summerworks Festival in Toronto; K.Y.T’s Sterling Award nominated production’s Fool for Love and This Is Our Youth; K.Y.T’s Sterling award winning productions STOP KISS, SHAKESPEARE’S R&J, and subUrbia, (Sterling Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role);and Teatro La Quindicina’s The Hothouse Prince and Two Tall, Too Thin by Stewart Lemoine.