Friday, April 27, 2012

Chase Coleman and Love Out Loud VII

With talent and looks to burn Chase Coleman has been keeping busy in New York City, most recently on the sets of Gossip Girl and One Life to Live. A product of the Deep South, he comes furnished with all of its charm and passions, the kind of young man that might have inspired Tennessee Williams. Nevertheless, he appears to stay away from cats and hot roofs; he’s no Brick, for this young man seems to know what he is about.

And he is about acting and music. In a recent reading for an off-Broadway play, he handled multiple roles with aplomb, including that of the elephant head Hindu god, Ganesh.

His first lead role in independent film, Catahoula, helped him realize that acting was his true love. Signing with a Baton Rouge agency, he won several awards and accolades at the Mike Beaty Talent and Model Exposition in Dallas. Abrams Artists and Suzelle Enterprises are the agencies that are guiding this young man to what might very well be a bright future.

No slouch, Chase has written, directed, produced and starred in Into the Rose Garden. He has started up his own Bloodstone Productions. We were blessed when he read the role of Tommy Avalon in the reading/workshop for Center City, a role he made his own. He is currently starring in Four Dogs and a Bone on stage. This weekend is its last. Wild Project 195 East Third Street New York, Cost:$ 18.00 Ovation Tickets at 866.811.4111 We are honored to have Chase join us for Love Out Loud on May 16 at Prohibition. Come say hi and see what the fuss is all about.

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