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Dave DiLillo
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  • Watertown, MA
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Member's contact info (email and phone or agent):
781-572-7846

david.dilillo55@gmail.com
Member's acting, voice or modeling website:
http://neactor.com/profile/DAVEDILILLO
Member's age range:
51-55, 56-60, 61-65
Member's Affiliations:
SAG-AFTRA
Member's PHYSICAL TRAITS (use format on the "Before Applying" page)
Italian American; 6'0.0"; 48L suit; bald - closely cropped hair; no facial hair;225 lbs.; good shape; play the drums; ice skating; yoga; athletically inclined; large dark brown eyes.
Portrayable & believable accents or dialects (e.g. Southern, Chinese, Spanish, German, Boston, etc.):
Russian/Eastern European and Southern
Member's Performance Skills:
Billiards-Pool, Boating - engine, Card Playing - Rummy, Card Playing - Spades, Comedian, Cycling, Drums, Ear Prompter, Football, Frisbee - general, Ice Skating, Impressionist, Racquetball, Whistler, Whistle-loudly with fingers, Yoga
Recent noteworthy acting experience (use the format on the Before Applying page):
Playing "Sylvester" in "Living Again" by Robbi Dell'Assandro; OTP's SLAM Boston, 3/25 & 3/26/14 & Playing "Les" in OTP's production of "Henry & Vanessa Unbound" by Howard Zilber, 4/25-4/25 & 5/2-5/3.

Played Milan in "Rock N Roll" by Tom Stoppard, produced by Longwood Player; November 2012.

Director - "Recessed" & "Norm Anon"; 2/16-2/18 Black Box, New Rep Theater, Watertown, MA.

Cast as 1950's Police Officer in Universal Studios "R.I.P.D."; January 2012.

Training - Completed Full Meisner training with Lyralen Kaye - Another Country; 9/11 - 12/11. This is last level after almost 2 years of Meisner instruction; 4/10 - 12/11.

Film - Played "Detective 1" in indie short "Good Fences"; Nov. 2011 produced by Realeyez Independent Cinema

Theater - Nov. 2011 @ BPT Boston Slam in production of "Three Patriot Acts"; Played "Bernie"

Theater: Played "Dr. Baugh" in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" - Riverside Theater, Boston Sept. - Oct. 2011

Film: Played "Gordon" in indie short "Devil on my Desktop"

Film: Played "Father Lynn" in indie feature "Noah"

TV Pilot - Played Capt. Flattery in TV Pilot "Boston Ballistics" produced by Pertinent Pictures - Boston,Ma. Aug. 2011
Quick Links to my work

. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mxvxb_rhkl0 “Women of Lockerbie” by Deborah Breevort - Dramatic monologue

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyI1MoM-UPk “Ah Wilderness” by Eugene O’Neil – Comedic Monologue

http://youtu.be/wIOWitLDhVo This link is just me, during one of my stand up comedy gigs
Training or acting classes (class name, teacher & where):
Currently studying Advance Meisner technique for Film. Lyralen Kaye - Instructor in JP. Meisner Technique at various levels for 3 yeaars - Lyralen Kaye; Scene Study w/Fran Weinberg, Acting for the Camera with Jennifer Salvucci and Anne Mulhall.
Other non-acting related work, hobbies or charities (not skills) in which this actor is involved (1 or 2 word descriptions):
Sharpening my comedic skills - stand up comedy @ open mic nights
High tech electronic sales during the day;
playing drums;
working out,
reading plays,
yoga
Member of Open Theatre Project (OTP) advisory board.
VOICE ARTISTS ONLY [you must have a professional demo to upload]: illustrative 1-word descriptions for this actor's voice (e.g. conversational, announcer, warm, etc.):
daily speech is non-accented conversational American, baritone/tenor range. Can do accents; Boston, Southern USA, Italian, English, East Indian, and Russian accents
Voice Actor Demo
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B0K_T_-VajrsQmRvQTRXdXNhLXc...

‘Burn This’ By Sheila Barth – Theater Blogger (2/24/11)

‘Burn This’

By Sheila Barth – Theater Blogger (2/24/11)

 

It’s unfortunate that the night I attended Zero Point Theater’s two-act, two-hour production of Lanford Wilson’s, “Burn This,” Sean Stanco, who portrays the lead role of Pale, was suddenly called away for a family emergency, causing two members of the cast to suddenly shift roles.

In a sense, not seeing  Stanco’s performance on Thursday was a good thing, because it gave the other cast members and director Emil Kreymer the opportunity to prove their mettle. Although the cast changes were announced before the show, the production went on without flaws, oblivious of the behind-the-scenes drama.

Stanco was expected to be out only Thursday night (the play ends Saturday, Feb. 26), so Stephen Sacchetti, who usually plays Burton, filled in laudibly, while Kreymer pinch-hitted for Sachetti.

Co-stars Laura Loy in the sole female role of Anna and David DiLillo as Larry also gave command performances.

The contemporary romantic drama, performed at the Arsenal Center for the Arts Black Box Theatre in Watertown, originally opened in Los Angeles in 1987. Zero Point Theater initially performed the play January 20-22 in Watertown  then returned February 17-26.  

The plot involves a straight woman named Anna, who’s a wannabe dancer-choreographer, but spends her time traveling, teaching and attending classes. When her gay roommate, Robbie, a talented, upcoming dancer, dies suddenly in an accident, Anna attends his wake and funeral, pretending to be his girlfriend, to cover his homosexuality, thus saving his detached family from shame.

Anna and Robbie’s other roommate, Larry, is a gay, slightly older advertising representative with a wry outlook on life, whom DiLillo delightfully captures. 

Although Anna has a boyfriend, Burton, who’s a rich, successful writer, it’s hinted that she perhaps loved Robbie. A month later, when Robbie’s older brother, Jim, (a.k.a. Pale), storms into her apartment, boozy and high on drugs, in the middle of the night to pick up Robbie’s belongings, the four characters‘ lives take an unexpected turn.

Although Pale is 10 years older than Robbie, married with two children, Anna is touched by his resemblance to Robbie, his neediness,anguish, and steamy sexuality.

During his rages, Pale tells Anna he got married at age 18, had two children, has worked long, hard hours perpetually as a restaurant manager in Montclair, NJ, and never felt love or gave in to his feelings. Anna, who wears her heart on her sleeve, wants desperately to get out of her rut and prove her ability to choreograph and perform. Although she likes Burton and admires his success as a screenwriter, she struggles to fulfill her own goals and suppress her feelings for Pale.      

There are several powerful scenes that demand intense energy from the actors. While DiLillo maintains Larry’s complacency and sense of humor, he’s tuned into  the interrelationship, pain and needs of the other characters, acting as a stabilizer and moderator, while injecting jabs of humor.

Wilson’s play is an insightful look into creative and gay worlds in the 1980s, which Zero Point Theater captures admirably.

 

 

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At 6:08pm on December 15, 2011, John Fogle said…

When I get my next show up (Jan 19)...let schedule at time to meet and chat. I'll get back to you!

Thanks,

John

At 5:33pm on December 14, 2011, John Fogle said…

Hi Dave -

I'm searching for an actor to play Pablo Picasso in my company's production of A PICASSO - goes up in late April, four week run. Any interest? 

Jon Fogle

AD, Salem Theatre Company

 
 
 

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