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Jake as Pvt. Barnes

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Jake as Pvt Barnes sc 1

Looks like this is some kind of audition video or something like that

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Jake getting some canine love

a sign of life from mister Silbermann and some exciting news for everyone in the LA area!I couldn’t find anything ticket wise yet.. but the company has a Facebook page you might want to keep an eye on if you’re thinking about going to see the show.

a sign of life from mister Silbermann and some exciting news for everyone in the LA area!

I couldn’t find anything ticket wise yet.. but the company has a Facebook page you might want to keep an eye on if you’re thinking about going to see the show.

completely missed this when he posted it - it just popped up on my feed today.but I cried too watching that film. You know the people working with the animals directly really care about them and want to take care of them properly.. but the big bosses only want money.Blackfish is a film/documentary about Orcas/killer whales in (places like) sea world and you can watch it here (it might also be on netflix and on demand tv - I know UPC in Holland has it)

completely missed this when he posted it - it just popped up on my feed today.

but I cried too watching that film. You know the people working with the animals directly really care about them and want to take care of them properly.. but the big bosses only want money.

Blackfish is a film/documentary about Orcas/killer whales in (places like) sea world and you can watch it here (it might also be on netflix and on demand tv - I know UPC in Holland has it)

Top 50 Greatest Gay TV Characters
37. Noah Mayer, As the World Turns

Actor: Jake Silbermann 2007-2010 Previous Rank: 16
Noah Mayer arrived on the soap scene as the potential love interest for As the World Turns‘ Luke Snyder. Naturally, there were several obstacles in the way, including the fact that Noah was at that point straight, was dating Luke’s friend Maddie, and had a psychopath military Colonel father who had murdered his mother and was less than open to the idea of having a gay son. But over time and after various attempted murders, kidnappings, fake wives, and other day-to-day soap opera developments, Noah and Luke emerged as daytime’s first gay supercouple.
When we met Noah he – like many other closeted or questioning LGBT people who are not living their truth – was a mess of contradictions. He was irritable, duplicitous, guarded, and a bit shady. But as he became more comfortable with his sexuality and let Luke’s love for him pull him out from under his father’s heel, he evolved into a warm, honest, and engaged young man with dreams of being a film director and a real love for Luke. Unfortunately a fireworks accident and a subsequent bout of blindness (which allowed another handsome suitor to enter the picture) derailed “Nuke”, but it was clear that had the series not been canceled, the two men would have found themselves in one another’s orbits down the road.
Noah is beloved by many because he reminds many of us of our first love, especially if that first love was still navigating their path toward self-awareness. While sometimes it was easier to hate Noah than to love him, it was always clear that beneath his armor there stood a knight. –BJ

Top 50 Greatest Gay TV Characters

37. Noah Mayer, As the World Turns

Actor: Jake Silbermann
2007-2010
Previous Rank: 16

Noah Mayer arrived on the soap scene as the potential love interest for As the World Turns‘ Luke Snyder. Naturally, there were several obstacles in the way, including the fact that Noah was at that point straight, was dating Luke’s friend Maddie, and had a psychopath military Colonel father who had murdered his mother and was less than open to the idea of having a gay son. But over time and after various attempted murders, kidnappings, fake wives, and other day-to-day soap opera developments, Noah and Luke emerged as daytime’s first gay supercouple.

When we met Noah he – like many other closeted or questioning LGBT people who are not living their truth – was a mess of contradictions. He was irritable, duplicitous, guarded, and a bit shady. But as he became more comfortable with his sexuality and let Luke’s love for him pull him out from under his father’s heel, he evolved into a warm, honest, and engaged young man with dreams of being a film director and a real love for Luke. Unfortunately a fireworks accident and a subsequent bout of blindness (which allowed another handsome suitor to enter the picture) derailed “Nuke”, but it was clear that had the series not been canceled, the two men would have found themselves in one another’s orbits down the road.

Noah is beloved by many because he reminds many of us of our first love, especially if that first love was still navigating their path toward self-awareness. While sometimes it was easier to hate Noah than to love him, it was always clear that beneath his armor there stood a knight. –BJ

humansofnewyork:

"It’s interesting how a New York Times review can influence an audience’s reaction to a play. I’ve been in plays that I thought were great, but when a bad review came out, the audiences suddenly fell flat. On the other hand, I’ve been in plays that I thought were mediocre. But after a good New York Times review came out, the audiences were suddenly much more responsive."
“How do you measure an audience’s responsiveness?”
“There’s two ways that an actor can really ‘feel’ an audience from the stage. One is the volume of the laughter. The other is the depth of the silences. When a play really grabs an audience, there’s no fidgeting, and no checking of cell phones. You can feel the stillness.”

humansofnewyork:

"It’s interesting how a New York Times review can influence an audience’s reaction to a play. I’ve been in plays that I thought were great, but when a bad review came out, the audiences suddenly fell flat. On the other hand, I’ve been in plays that I thought were mediocre. But after a good New York Times review came out, the audiences were suddenly much more responsive."
“How do you measure an audience’s responsiveness?”
“There’s two ways that an actor can really ‘feel’ an audience from the stage. One is the volume of the laughter. The other is the depth of the silences. When a play really grabs an audience, there’s no fidgeting, and no checking of cell phones. You can feel the stillness.”

It finally happened! Jake on HONY

"It’s interesting how a New York Times review can influence an audience’s reaction to a play. I’ve been in plays that I thought were great, but when a bad review came out, the audiences suddenly fell flat. On the other hand, I’ve been in plays that I thought were mediocre. But after a good New York Times review came out, the audiences were suddenly much more responsive." “How do you measure an audience’s responsiveness?” “There’s two ways that an actor can really ‘feel’ an audience from the stage. One is the volume of the laughter. The other is the depth of the silences. When a play really grabs an audience, there’s no fidgeting, and no checking of cell phones. You can feel the stillness.”

It finally happened! Jake on HONY

"It’s interesting how a New York Times review can influence an audience’s reaction to a play. I’ve been in plays that I thought were great, but when a bad review came out, the audiences suddenly fell flat. On the other hand, I’ve been in plays that I thought were mediocre. But after a good New York Times review came out, the audiences were suddenly much more responsive."
“How do you measure an audience’s responsiveness?”
“There’s two ways that an actor can really ‘feel’ an audience from the stage. One is the volume of the laughter. The other is the depth of the silences. When a play really grabs an audience, there’s no fidgeting, and no checking of cell phones. You can feel the stillness.”

Jake working hard with the New York Theatre workshop

Luke and Noah’s first kiss

August 17 2007