Stephen Lattanzi '08 ponders the next stage
“I’ve always had a plan for myself,” says Stephen Lattanzi ’08 of Winchester, Mass. And ever since he performed in a production of Robin Hood in second grade, theater has been central to that plan.
At Bates, Lattanzi has acted in eight stage productions, often in lead roles such as Angelo in this spring’s production of Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure”. One of two winners of a regional competition in the 2008 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, he’ll compete at the national level in April.
“Steve certainly has the talent and the drive to make a go of it as an actor,” says Martin Andrucki, a theater professor who has directed Lattanzi. “He’s a pleasure to work with, because he’s so dedicated and so creative.” [More...]
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