Leading through Service with Kyle Selig | Episode 116


JULY 25, 2017

EPISODE 116 |  JULY 25, 2017

When Kyle Selig became involved in theater, it was because he wanted to reach out to the other people around him. As Kyle and Benjamin sit down to chat, they dive in to the purpose of theater as well as the responsibilities actors have to vulnerability and responding to the needs and struggles of society. Join in and watch the line blur, as the lessons and wisdom of the stage become applicable to all of us.

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Guest Bio

KYLE SELIG made his Broadway debut in The Book of Mormon while in his junior year at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, and after appearing in the National Tour, played Elder Price on Broadway. Off-Broadway: Joan of Arc: Into the Fire, written by David Byrne (The Public Theater). California: October Sky (The Old Globe), West Side Story with the LA Philharmonic Orchestra (The Hollywood Bowl). He is a past winner of the Jimmy Award for High School Musical Theater and LA Music Center Spotlight Award. His original albums “And the Tree Was Happy” and “She Breathes” are available on iTunes and Spotify.

Guest Links

Twitter: @KyleASelig

Instagram: @kaselig

Benjamin MathesComment