Surprise Witness!

Our brief Interrogation, I mean Interview, with an unusual suspect!

DP: Please state your name for the record.

WITNESS: “Noah Weisberg”

DP: Current occupation?

WITNESS:  “Actor/writer”

DP: Share with us something of interest you witnessed on, off, or backstage.

WITNESS: “One of my favorite on stage moments has to be during Legally Blonde on Broadway. I lost focus for a second and forgot the lyrics to my solo. The other actors on stage were staring at me, willing me with their eyes to continue. The orchestra did continue playing. The best that I could do was improv some spoken lines that tried to capture the essence of the lyrics that for the life of me I couldn't remember. It was not my best moment on stage but the look on my fellow actors faces made it one that I'll never forget.”

DP: If you could create any law, what would it be?

WITNESS: “Danny Burstein should be cast in every Broadway show. They just seem to turn out better when he's in them.”

DP: Is there anything else you would like to confess?

WITNESS: “There is nothing better than a great night at the theatre, either on stage or off.”

Noah Weisberg’s credits include the Original Broadway Casts of Elf, Enron, South Pacific and Legally Blonde. Other NY: Shakespeare in the Park (Two Gentlemen of Verona), A Strange & Separate People, F#@king Up Everything, Awesome 80’s Prom (co-writer). Regional: George Street Playhouse, Paper Mill, Actors Theatre of Louisville. Tours: Big, Grease. Film: The Lost Coast Tapes (in select theaters this October), Lucky Stiff, and Say Then Go.

Creator, Writer, Director, Editor, Executive Producer & star of the award winning short film What’s Life Got To Do With It?, The Lost Coast Tapes, Across the Universe, And Then Came Love. TV: Recurring on Law & Order. Guest on The Good Wife, Cashmere Mafia, Law & Order CI, Love Monkey, Team Umizoomi, JoJo's Circus (2 Seasons), Kenny The Shark and iCarly. Over 175 commercials and voice overs.  Graduate of NYU (CAP21).

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