Thomas Azar

Actor, AEA

Writings

Sir Patrick Stewart and the art of storytelling

August 5, 2018

Okay, if you didn’t know this about me before, know it now: I am a giant nerd. I have been for most of my life – proudly, I might add. Heck, I built this website myself, and I’ve had it running in various forms for over a decade now. But I digress.

My Teachers

July 15, 2018

As an artist, I owe almost everything to my teachers. Without them, I would be half the theatre artist that I am. Less than half, probably.

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Untitled poem - late one night

August 31, 2017

If
one day
the world stopped spinning
would you notice
the sun never rose
or
would you listen
to the crickets
endlessly singing
their lullaby
to the moon

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The Ice Sculpture

November 28, 2016

This time of year is frequently a period of reflection: taking stock of what’s happened and what is yet to be. For a long while, I shied away from such reflection, because of personal issues with the season (although, who doesn’t have at least some issues with the holidays?). But this year, I find myself in a new headspace.

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My Own Worst Enemy

March 29, 2016

Last night, I did something that took me well out of my comfort zone. For the first time in ten years, I auditioned for a musical. After the surprise of getting a callback subsided, I grew a little excited about the idea of doing something I hadn’t done in a long time. Plus, Maegan was here to help me negotiate what to do for a musical audition — she’s got loads of experience in this field, after all.

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