Charis Luvangadio

Charis Luvangadio

Real-life occupation:
Finishing my studies

With us since:
Spring 2012

Plays and roles: 
The Tempest (Spirit, Iris)
RWTH Wissenschaftsnacht 2012: English Through the Ages (Student, Mistress)
Robin Hood (Earl Robert of Leicester, Culp the Carter, Bailiff)
Death on the Mississippi (Linnet Doyle geb. Ridgeway)
Dead White Males (Angela Judd)
Antigone (Messenger)

Favourite Quotes: 
“James Dean taught me not to speed, River Phoenix taught me not to DO speed, and Marlon Brando taught me to slow down on the cheesebrugers.” (Emile Hirsch)
“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”

Favorite backstage snack:
Cake

Actor’s Nausea in three words:
Break a leg!

The hardest part so far:
Learn how to use bow, arrow and sword in a way that looks good

The best part so far:
Playing Death on the Mississippi, one of my favorite stories by Agatha Christie

Greetings to:
everyone I see rarely and I once knew