Lookalikes, slangenmelkers, matrassentesters and Netflix subtitlers. In this section, we interview people from a non-standard answer to a ' What are you on, anyway? At this time, Kill the Knight (32), a puppeteer and a drag queen.
What do you mean? When His release is a little Puppet and a drag queen Greatest compliment: "If the public is to have a successful you, as an actor, probably not even aware of, or forget about it."
Nearly one-third of the apartment has been furnished and decorated as a walk-in closet; glitterjurken, feathers, and headdresses of working with silk flowers are overflowing from the shelves. The walls are covered with photographs of his performances, and the well-known kinderboekkarakter a Frog, and on the bank of a snow-white cat to purr. The paladin gives him a rub and then rubs it with his other hand over his own clean shaven jaw. Along the line, there is a flick of make-up. "Normally, I have quite a full beard! But yesterday, when I click on a dragbingoshow in Julianadorp. Then I shave it off."
“it is as if The consciousness is important to be yourself, to be able to ignore.”His release of Breath to signify the dead
now that we have a part-time drag queen does the Knight as (voice)actor, and a puppeteer. "I did it when I was in training to audition for a poppenstuk, and knew then, by accident, that I'm feeling up for it, it reminds of the Knight in and of itself. Even the director noticed the talent of the Knight. He was cast, and after his graduation, he was immediately signed to the Theater, Terra, is a group of people that made children's and family theatre has produced and where he has been in addition to an actor, even a director.
What's that have to have a feeling for the puppet show is about? "You have to breath to be able to give up something that is dead," said the Knight. "Be a doll, but a few of the facial expressions. All the emotions you need to, therefore, your voice and the movements of the doll's reach. To do this, as well as you do exercise, the Knight in not only his voice, but he studies in the daily life of the smallest details of our body language.
the Spurs of the Knight, to work as a puppeteer. (Photo: a Boy in the Cockpit).
"What is it, like a puppeteer's important to be yourself, to be able to ignore it," he says. "As an actor, you're used to being in the spotlight and all the attention. As if a puppeteer is the biggest compliment you can get is that you don't even have to be noticed."
He remembers a lot, in which the doll is that he is standing there alone. As a child in the audience called out to the Knight, who was behind the doll is seated, if he is not next to the doll was able to sit down to which company has to keep up. The Knight, with a smile, "That's wonderful!"
drag queen in gay bars, and old people's homes,
as His drag queen alter ego, Miss Ashley Knight (an anglicized version of his name), was born as a theatre-maker, choreographer, and dancer, Frank Sander with the 2014, The Rozettes go to the theater, got: a show about four drag queens.
The show turned out to be so popular that there are three times to make a sequel to it came out. But it is also out of the theater, the Knight is more and more is asked for, if She is to perform. In gay bars, on bingo nights, and even in old people's homes, where the drag queen lhbti-elderly people with a heart under the belt again.
“The show is an outlet for my femininity.”His paladin's Consciousness to create with dragshows
"Like Ashley, I'm an extremely feminine, and even over-the-top," says the Knight. "But once the heels go, I am just Italian, and the man. The show is an outlet for my femininity."
it's a road he hopes will also raise awareness. He deals with a message about queer history in his shows. "The best part I think is supposed to be on the heterofeestjes-to-face," he said. "There is still more to achieve!"
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