Arthur Romeo


We saw talented performer Arthur Romeo take part in Sweet Baby J'ai's one act historical play Recipe for Hot Biscuits and Blues at the Stella Adler Theatre. The play was a part of the 2nd Annual 20% New Works Festival. It was a wonderful performance by the whole cast. Another performance piece that took part in the same evening was This Is War.

We were able to interview Arthur Romeo who was part of the ensemble briefly in Q&A fashion. He has also appeared in films such as Art School Confidential and Be Easy. Arthur's girlfriend, actress-performer Karina Rossy, was there in support(pictured)

Jelly Noose(JN)Q&A with Arthur Romeo:

1. JN: Tell us about your passion for acting/theatre/film(why)

-My passion for the theatre arts revolves around the idea that every single class of art, be it dance, music, graphic, or visual play an integral part in the process and that's amazing because I truly adore all of the arts .Theatre is great because its entertainment, life, and catharsis. You don't come out of a play without learning about something so in that way theatre helps the world go 'round.

2. JN:What is your favorite project that you've taken part in?

-My favorite project that I participated in was a film called Art School Confidential, it was great because I made a lot a great friends on that set and plus I got to work with John Malkovich for two weeks! He's one of my favorite actors.

3. JN:How did you like taking part in Hot Biscuits?

-Its was a wonderful experience! The cast and crew were brilliant, I was quite lucky to be in their ranks. I like that every project I work on I learn something new and can take it with me, in this case it was knowledge of the negro leagues of the 40's and 50's.

4. JN: Do you like musical theatre more or dramas?

-That's hard to say. I'd fashion to say I love all forms of theatre equally. I'm just in love with the spectacle.

5. JN: Of Film and Theatre which do you like more and why?

-Its kind of the same thing as the last answer, while both mediums are wildly different, they are still tightly bound by firm dramatic foundation, and I love both forms very dearly.

6. JN: What are your upcoming projects?

-Right now I have a few books that I'm working on, and as always I'm continuing to do the Hollywood shuffle hustle.

7. JN: What inspires you in your creative works?

-Everyday life, its tragedies, its eccentricities, it's glee, its depravity, its goes on and on.

8.JN: A link - a wep page to see any samples of your work.

-Sure, here's a link to some of my artwork.

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