There’s no small amount of psychology involved in being an actor. With every new role comes a chance to dive into a new personality, with all of its unique motivations, desires and secrets.
“Half of the time I think it’s more like a study of people,” said local actor Enrique Bravo. “You’re constantly analyzing people and why they do what they do, and how it all works. It’s great.”
His current assignment for Perseverance Theatre: Brick, the intense, brooding anti-hero of Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” a character so famous he’s nearly an archetype.