Photographing the artists of Intiman Theatre: 15 of 35


Q&A with actor Angela Rose Sink

PhotoSister: When you were young, did you imagine you would be on this particular journey in life? Why or why not?
Angela Rose Sink: No, I’ve always been interested in so many different things, my dreams were always changing: firefighter, elementary school teacher, marine biologist, drummer in a rock band, youth defense lawyer, ASL interpreter… I’ve settled on high school drama teacher for the time being.

PS: What is the one thing you splurge on for yourself?
ARS: The Banya!

PS: What made you want to do theatre?
ARS: My parents would always come out to support me at my dance performances, but when my sister was in a play they did something I had never seen from them before… they gave her flowers. I WANTED FLOWERS. So I tried out for a play and immediately fell in love.

PS: What do you fear the most?
ARS: Complacency.

PS: What makes you happy?
ARS: Sunshine peaking through tall trees. Walking barefoot. Throwing down my backpack to dance in a drum circle. Peanut butter. Holding hands. Family.




Special thanks to Michael Teer and SOUL WINE for allowing us to photograph in their very cool new shop!






Go see Angela Rose Sink in “Miracle!” at Intiman Theatre

Catch “Miracle!” at Intiman Theatre in Seattle, July 11th – August 25th, 2012.

As a senior at Cornish College of the Arts, Angela Rose Sink spends her time creating original work in theatre and dance. She was last seen in Bed Snake at Washington Ensemble Theatre. Some of her favorite roles at Cornish include Opium Smoke Spirit (Mystery of Edwin Drood) and Gris Gris (Back Bog Beast Bait). As well as numerous performances with the Cornish Dance Department. She would like to thank Andrew Russell and Ali el-Gasseir for their continuous support.



Photography details

Nikon D700

Chain fence: Nikon 60mm f/2.8 – Aperture: f/4.5 – Shutter: 1/250 – ISO: 400
Wine house: Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5 – Aperture: f/5.6 – Shutter: 1/250 – ISO: 200
Chain fence: natural light
Wine house: ONE Nikon SB-800 flash with the Westcott Micro Apollo off camera.
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