From Luis Carazo:
Recently I finished the feature film Stand, a story about two brothers who end up stranded in an abandoned mine field in Vietnam. I play one of the leads, Bob Marcus, who is the younger brother living in the shadow of his golden child older brother Alex. The filmmakers hope to increase awareness of war-time left overs, such as decades old land mines, that continue to threaten innocent people years after those wars have ended.
I have also just come off of shooting an episode of Criminal Minds that will be airing Wednesday Feb 4th. And I also had the pleasure of performing in a play at The Colony Theatre in Burbank put on by the Fugitive Kind Theatre Company. This play, called The Pliant Girls, was nominated for numerous Ovation awards, and we took home the Ovation awards for Best Directing and Best Playwright.
In addition to seeing me on Criminal Minds in early Feb, on Feb 12th you can catch me in the staged reading of 26 Miles. This reading is part of the Segundo Jueves series in downtown Riverside helmed by our amazing Dr. Tiffany Lopez. And after that, I will be off to workshop Fugitive Kind’s next theatrical experience that will no doubt receive another set of Ovation recognitions.
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