Josh Conescu writes:
Between 1973 and 1983, I graduated from UVM with a BA in theatre, got an M. Ed. in Arts Education, did some acting and some teaching. Because I was ‘an actor’ I was also many other things, including ‘a waiter,’ ‘a cook,’ and ‘a catalogue sales rep at Eddie Bauer.’ I lived in Seattle (twice) and met my wife (we’ve been together since 1981).
While in Seattle the second time, I discovered that I loved to perform improvisational theatre. I was a founding member of Unexpected Productions, which continues to be Seattle’s oldest improvisational theatre company. If you’re ever in Seattle, check the shows out at The Market Theatre (in The Pike Place Market).Karyl and I moved back to Boston in 1996, with a 5 ½ year old daughter and nearly 2 year old son. We’ve been in the Boston area ever since. I teach 4th grade at The Rashi School, Boston’s only Reform Jewish day school. Like many men of our generation, I have ‘put on some weight’, ‘shaved my head’, and ‘have a goatee.’ I would have included a picture, but I’m technologically challenged.
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