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BWW Blog: Jesse Swimm of Goodspeed's FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - The Day Off
by Guest Blogger: Jesse Swimm - Jul 22, 2014

Boy have I been looking forward to this one all week long, lol. This was an especially tough week for a lot of us as we not only had our normal 8 show week, we also had some understudy rehearsal on Thursday and Friday to be ready if the chance arose when we would have to go on. Don't get me wrong, I really do appreciate being able to work on the material in a different way and it is always a treat when you get to hear different interpretations of the story. However, with all that said and done I was still extremely exhausted at the amount of work we had been doing. So the prospect of two days off was a spectacular one. It started out rather a bit intense and not necessarily what one would think would be a relaxing morning. However getting to the gym is something important and actually was the perfect way for us to gear up for our epic day off. Since I have started this job, and a bit before, I have been trying to keep up with a regular routine of gym as well as eating a much more strict diet. So far it has been going well, but there are definitely those times where I would love a large pizza and some beer, ha!!!

BWW Blog: Jesse Swimm of Goodspeed's FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - It's Opening Night
by Guest Blogger: Jesse Swimm - Jul 17, 2014

It's opening night…

BWW Blog: Jesse Swimm of Goodspeed's FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - 4th of July, Birthdays, and Backstage Life
by Guest Blogger: Jesse Swimm - Jul 10, 2014

Yes I know it's a pretty long title for this weeks blog, but a lot can happen in a few days when working away from home, lol. Such was the case this week as we got to celebrate the 4th; our Fiddler, Max Chucker's Birthday, as well as some much needed time off from the show.

BWW Reviews: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST HEMINGWAY - Your Son Also Rises
by Duncan Pflaster - Aug 28, 2013

Elliot B. Quick and James Rutherford's wild mashup of Oscar Wilde and Ernest Hemingway, The Importance of being Ernest Hemingway, is a fascinating deconstruction of manly posturing.

Photo Flash: First Look at M-34's THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST HEMINGWAY
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2013

M-34 presents the World Premiere of The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway, co-created by James Rutherford and Elliot B. Quick, and directed by James Rutherford. The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway runs from today, August 17 to September 1, 2013 in a limited engagement at the Access Theater, located at 380 Broadway between Walker Street and White Street in New York City. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!