James Radack

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James Radack (LiveArtDC Marketing Director & Actor) is an actor based in Washington, DC. He was thrilled to be part of LiveArtDC’s inaugural production, "I <3 Hummels", at the 2012 Capital Fringe. Other credits include Molotov Theatre: "Julius Caesar" (Julius Caesar); Constellation Theatre: "The Oresteia" (Herald/Chorus); Capital Fringe: "The Extermination Machine" (Avner Less); "Terre Haute" (Harrison), "Iconicity" (Ensemble); and Studio Theatre: "Time Stands Still" (James u/s). Film credits include roles in "Women's Studies", FBI Academy and Navy industrials, 48 Hour Film Project, and Investigation Discovery shows. James studied acting at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory and Woolly Mammoth.

Recent blog posts written by James Radack

South Rail, The Iris Bell and Clarence Buffalo to Perform April 5 at LiveArt in a Day

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: James Radack, livefortheart@gmail.com   South Rail, The Iris Bell and Clarence Buffalo to Perform April 5 at LiveArt in a Day   Washington, DC (March 24, 2014) – Three local bands – South Rail, The Iris Bell and Clarence Buffalo – will perform at LiveArt in a Day, the […]

We Love DC and LiveArtDC Partner for 24-Hour Play Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: James Radack, livefortheart@gmail.com   We Love DC and LiveArtDC Partner for 24-Hour Play Festival “LiveArt in a Day” will support the ongoing productions of the collaborative theatre company   Washington, DC (March 5, 2014) – On Saturday, April 5, local website We Love DC and collaborative theater company LiveArtDC will hold […]

LiveArtDC Taking I <3 Hummels to Vegas!

LiveArtDC Taking I <3 Hummels to Vegas: 2012 Capital Fringe Festival Hit to Be Performed at North American Hummel Club Convention LiveArtDC is excited to announce that it will reprise its 2012 Fringe hit, I <3 Hummels, for hundreds of Hummel collectors at this year’s M.I. Hummel Club Convention. The group’s debut production will be […]

Show-er or Grow-er?

Talking about acting and theatre here, folks. I believe that actors fall roughly into two groups. Some actors are adept at showing a fuller character at auditions or first rehearsals. Others are better at growing a well-defined character through the individual research and rehearsal process.  As an actor, I tend to think I fall in […]