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Q&A with actor Jonathan Crimeni

PhotoSister: The Beatles or Elvis?
Jonathan Crimeni: The Beatles.  Hands down The Beatles.  I can’t believe this is actually a question!

PS: What is your favorite restaurant pick in Seattle and the best dish on the menu?
JC: Oh boy.  Um…wow.  This is a tough one but Poppy on Capitol Hill has been my favorite restaurant for a bit now.  The 10 item thali that adjusts seasonally is probably one of the best meals you can get in this city.  Also the late-night naanwich is awesome!

PS: What made you want to do theatre?
JC: I think theatre made me want to do theatre.  Stay with me on this one.  The idea of everyone sharing a single event is extremely incredible and magical.  I come from an athletic background so that shared event has always been a part of my life, but the power of community and that continuous reach for bringing old and new worlds to life are what pulled me into this world.

PS: What do you fear the most?
JC: Such loaded questions.  Why not ask me what my favorite herb to cook with is…which happens to be Basil by the way…umm, anyway.  I know it sounds ridiculous but I fear the point when I have become satisfied.  We search for satisfaction all the time, so I am just curious as to what happens if we are finally satisfied.  As a theatre artist, it is terrifying!

PS: What makes you happy?
JC: Family, Friends, Food and Drinks all together at a big table sharing stories, arguing, laughing and celebrating life together.  Cheesy I know…but it is so awesome!






Go see Jonathan Crimeni in “Romeo and Juliet,” and “Miracle!” at Intiman Theatre

Catch “Romeo and Juliet,” and “Miracle!” at Intiman Theatre in Seattle, July 11th – August 26th, 2012.

Jonathan Crimeni is entering his final year at Cornish College of the Arts where he is an Original Works major.  Huge, huge, huge thanks goes out to Mom, Dad, Sarah, Sis, Nicholas, Jenn, Jo Curtis and Thom.  Also thank you Cornish and Intiman



Photography details

Nikon D700

Lens: Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5 – Aperture: f/4.0 – Shutter: 1/125 – ISO: 400
Lens: Nikon 60mm f/3.5 – Aperture: f/4.0 – Shutter: 1/125 – ISO: 200-400
Natural light
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