Getting Lively, Lush & Local With: SerahRose Roth

Who are you? SerahRose Roth

What do you do? Produce, Direct, Educate. I’m the Producing Artistic Director of GAN-e-meed Theatre Project.  And I parent.

Where are you from originally? Wilton, CT

How long have you been working in Boston? A decade-ish.

Why do you stay? I love New England.

What’s your earliest theatre memory? The Tap Dance Kid with Savion Glover

What’s your first theatre memory in Boston? My first audition was for Centastage. I cried really loud.  It was fun.

What was your first job in theatre? I interned at 17 for a road house in CT.  I was the worst spot-op 7 Brides for 7 Brothers has ever known.

What’s the best meal you’ve ever had before a show? I wouldn’t call any of them ‘best.’  I’m the brown rice or crackers before a show type.

What’s your favorite rehearsal snack? A nap.  Does that count?

Do you eat before you go on stage or do you wait until after your performance to eat? I eat bland before and then pig out at intermission once my nerves have settled and I realize I’m starving. Then I pig out again after the show.

If you could change one thing about theater, what would it be? Always being home by 9 p.m.

What kind of theater excites you? Honest theatre.  With heart.

What advice do you have for artists just starting out? Pace yourself.

The Boston Theatre Conference is focusing on the lively, lush and local aspects of our theatre community. What do you think? I’m down with the lively and local.  I’m not entirely sure how lush fits in.

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