Meet Zach Winston, who actually performed in Vagabond’s first production many moons ago! Zach says that if he weren’t in theatre, he’d definitely be in professional wrestling.
If you could go on a date with one celebrity, who would it be and why?
Gotta go with my first celebrity crush – Emma Watson. I’m not even a huge Harry Potter fan, but I find nothing more adorable than the uptight bookworm.
Do you think celebrating Valentine’s Day is corny?
Yes, unless there’s chocolate involved. No flowers, no cards, no romantic dinners, just chocolate. After all, nothing say “thank you for putting up with my crap” like chocolate.
What is the best gift you ever received from a significant other?
Nothing anyone wants to hear about. Trust me on this one.
What’s your favorite love (or anti-love) song? Why?
If you haven’t heard it already, do yourself a favor – Go to YouTube and look up Crosby, Stills & Nash’s performance of “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” at Woodstock. Such a great love story. You’ll thank me later.
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After being conned into auditioning for A Skull in Connemara in the summer of 2009, Zach has been honored and privileged to work with Vagabond Theatre Group. Since then, Zach assistant directed VTG’s IRNE award nominated production of Burning the Barn, penned 2011’s piratical sea epic, The Unfortunate Cutthroats, and performed in this past summer’s production of True Believers. Other local acting credits include Hair (Counter-Productions Theatre Company), The Boys of Winter (Boston Playwrights Theater), The Shape of Things (Salem State College, Student Theatre Ensemble; KC/ACTF Irene Ryan Scholarship nomination), A Bright New Boise, and Tigers Be Still (Zeitgeist Stage). Zach is VTG’s Literary Associate, and can be seen reading stage directions at VTG’s new play reading series There Will Be Words.