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Episode 162 of The Path to Authenticity features Taylor Crousore, an actor, comedian, and writer based in New York City. He’s been acting professionally, Off Broadway and regionally, for the since 2013. Most recently he’s been performing off Broadway in the musical comedy he co-wrote, A Musical About Star Wars. He’s starred in a number of New York City shows, including Forbidden Broadway, NEWSical the Musical, and When Pigs Fly. He starred in and co-wrote the award-winning comedy short SheetWOW, which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014. In episode 53, Taylor talks about some of his earliest acting experiences, beginning in living rooms. You hear how important it has been to him, and how fortunate he feels, to have parents who have always supported and nurtured him. Click here to watch SheetWOW on YouTube.Purchase the original cast recording of A Musical About Star Wars on Apple Music. Enjoy. -tg
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