Paul is an artist living and working in New York. In the past, he has worked with with Lincoln Center Theatre, The Pearl Theatre Company, Second Stage Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Kennedy Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Working Theatre, Three Day Hangover, The New Harmony Project, The Group Lab, Amios and Red Stage Theatre. He received a BS in theatre from the University of Evansville and an MFA in acting from Rutgers. Do it for the Fat Lady.
henson / saunders / white / steinbeck / mcmurtry
Untitled Western Project
It doesn’t feel specific yet.
Something about how to survive, heroes and villains, telling the truth, the way we’re raised, being lost, being found.
I am trying to understand how I spent most of my life thinking everything was "Winnable." I believe that it is taught. Taught in the way we tell stories, taught in the way we idolize and disparage.
I have been mostly drawing on ideas from The Western and the life of Wyatt Earp, and trying to tie that in some way to how untethered i feel in my life right now. I love westerns. I love their simple world. Good guys and bad guys. I long for it. And I hate that I long for that simplicity.