What did you enjoy most about your 10-month stay with "All My
Children", and what kind of skills did you walk away with?
Christian: I can memorize great swathes of dialogue!
Eugene: You last treated New York audiences with the world premiere of Great Expectations at TheatreWorks USA in
the role of Pip. Was the material
challenging? What were some of the rewards of the project?
Christian: The material was challenging in that it was very
much a language piece as well as the fact I had to play a young boy all the way
up to a man in his 30s. Also, that we
played the entire story in an hour and a half was no small feat. But I never felt lost or overwhelmed as the
director, cast and crew were phenomenal to work with and the people over at
were a dream.
Eugene: You're in Boise right now
re-shooting a film? Tell us a little more about what you're up to!
Christian: I'm currently shooting an independent feature
called Ibid, shot entirely on
location in Idaho. Then it's up to Vancouver to shoot a thriller called Captive next month. Theatrically there is a show on the West End
in London that
I'm mulling over.
What can fans hope to see you in next?
Christian: I'll tell you that after I've finished mulling!
Awesome! Best of luck to you and have a great time at the concert!
Photos: Christian Campbell, 2007 (by Walter McBride); Christian Campbell in Great Expectations, 2006 (by Joan Marcus); Christian Campbell in Drift, 2006 (courtesy www.ChristianCampbell.org)