What was your best / worst time with Whiskey?
Dad, don't read this.
When I was in high school, and my parents would go out of town, I would snuggle up in their giant comfy bed with a bottle of whisky (there was no e, because I'm Canadian), a box of ferrero rocher chocolates, and watch Keira Knightley period films until I passed out.
My worst time was probably my first time, when I remember running around screaming "I don't want to be wiggly anymore!", taking my clothes off and vomiting.
What was the most outrageous dream you had for your life?
I play a lot of video games, especially when I was younger, and my favourite thing to play on my Playstation OG (Original Gaming-System) was Harvest Moon. So I desperately wanted to be a farmer. I wanted to grow crops, and raise animals, and work hard for my daily bread.
Now I just spend my days rolling around a lot, and playing make-believe.
...I think I'm regressing.
When looking for a place to live after the apocalypse, what makes Williamsburg so appealing?
Isaac Harold is best described as a butterscotch unicorn. He loves to play with Mind The Art Entertainment, most recently on their production of "The Dream Vault Cycle" at LaMama, and last year's FringeNYC award winning production of "Fatty Fatty No Friends". Other ridiculously titled productions include "My Gay Killer Husband: A Lifetime Original Musical" (as part of the Players Theatre's BOO festival last October), and a reading of "Topeka is Turning: or The Ryan Seacrest Play" (under Theatre Now NY). He has successfully passed young-performer rites such as appearing in cabarets at Don't Tell Mama, and the Cranky Cabaret (brilliantly, we might add). He also performed one time at the Lincoln Center, which was definitely pretty cool. His only credit in a commercially recognizable musical was when he did "Hairspray" at a community theatre in Canada. Thanks to Patrick, for introducing me to the concept of a butterscotch unicorn (you changed my life, man), and my two succulents Gayle and Gayle, for always being there for me and for needing so little water.