Scott Zimmerman (Dad) is thrilled to be working with Ripple Effect Artists and to bring awareness of important social issues to the forefront. Recently, Scott was seen as Leo in Red Shark Productions’ staging of “The Irish Exit” at The Hudson Guild Theater, as Larry, in the controversial play “The Ride” at Theater for the New City, and as Judge Ketterson in the highly acclaimed and socially explosive “Al Takes A Bride” at Oxford Space, Bkln. Scott is a proud member of Actors Equity and is proudly represented by EMERGING TALENT AGENCY (Albert Bramante) and AAG TALENT MGMT. ( Deborah Dotoli). As always thanks to Sam, Lindy, Lis, Ackerman Klan, Marci, Louise.
As we approach this Holiday, it is often forgotten that our Founding Fathers were slave-owning white men with privilege. While we consistently honor what they do, we must remember they too were men who viewed other people as lesser humans. It is this sort of inherent bias that has been on-goingly discussed in our production of GUARDING THE BRIDGE and SPOKEN-WORD with DAWN SPEAKS.
Actors who can empathize with roles who we feel are villains have a great skill to be admired. Scott Zimmerman has done just that in playing the bigoted father in GUARDING THE BRIDGE. Scott, for your great work, we thank you.
See him in two more performances on July 18th and 30th. Tickets at http://www.rippleeffectartists.com