1. Describe the rehearsal process.
The rehearsal process doesn't feel like a process. Calling it that, I feel gives it a negative feeling. What Paradoja rehearsals feels more like a family just hanging and letting the ideas flow. So the best way that I would describe it is a group that enjoys hanging out with each other and getting ideas together to put on an awesome show.
2. Describe your Paradoja experience.
The Paradoja experience for me has always been to stay close to a group of people I really do care about. Performing and making people laugh is just a sweet bonus. I really could talk about a ton of moments from Paradoja 0 onward but that might take up like 5 pages so I'll just end this thought with I'm still enjoying the ride and I don't want it to stop.
3. What sets Paradoja apart from other shows?
This one can answered a lot easier than the last one. What separates a Paradoja show is you don't truly know what to expect. You could think one thing and have that thought completely shoved back in your face the next minute. Even with being involved in the shows I never know what is going to come next and I actually enjoy that. Let's live life on the edge!!!
4. What is Paradoja's philosophy?
The philosophy of Paradoja is that it doesn't matter what race, gender, sex or any of those other things that society classifies us as, we should all be able to produce a comedic thought provoking show for the masses.
5. Do you have a favorite character or scene?
Do I have a favorite character or scene from Paradoja? Well, anything Mr. Pagano plays always gets a laugh out of me. So I'll say MIKE.
6. What have you learned from Paradoja?
Is to always be ready for what comes next even