Q: Who is Marc Kudisch?
Marc Kudisch is a versatile actor and veteran of the Broadway stage who has appeared in Assassins, The Thing About Men, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Bells Are Ringing, The Wild Party, The Scarlet Pimpernel, High Society, Beauty and the Beast, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and many other shows. He has been nominated for the Tony Award, Drama Desk Award (twice) and Outer Critics Circle Award for his work. Although Marc is primarily a stage actor, he has also appeared on Sex and the City and the 1995 ABC TV movie remake of Bye Bye Birdie as the title character, Conrad Birdie. Marc is also a director and writer.
Q: How do you pronounce "Kudisch?"
Koo-dish. Mind you, that's not Kuh-dish or Kyoo-dish.
Q: Are you Marc Kudisch?
I am not Marc Kudisch. Marc Kudisch is not me. That being established, please do not send e-mail intended for Marc to me. Please contact him by postal mail if you are interested in getting in touch with him.
Q: Have you ever met Marc Kudisch?
Yes. Although I am not Marc Kudisch himself, I know Marc Kudisch, Marc Kudisch knows me, and we work together on the website you are on at this very moment.
Q: I want to contact Marc!
Unfortunately, at the present time Marc does not have an address at which he can receive fan mail. Please send all professional inquiries care of his agent at Bauman, Redanty & Shaul Talent Agency, 250 West 57th Street Suite 2223, New York, NY 10019.
Q: Which episode of "Sex and the City" did Marc guest-star in?
Marc was in episode #15, which was aired in the second season, titled "The Freak Show." Here is the synopsis of this episode from the "Sex and the City" website: "Are all men freaks? Carrie dates a bunch of freaks before she meets Ben, then ruins a great thing when she turns into a freak; Samanatha goes on a first date with a man who wears dog collars and likes to be slapped around; Charlotte dates 'Mr. Pussy' but realizes that's all he's good for; Miranda gives up on dating entirely." Essentially, what happens is *spoiler alert* Harrison, a litigator, is on a first date with Samantha, and he takes her to his apartment afterwards to see his view, where they make out, he comments that he likes older women, and when she comes back from a bathroom break she finds him chained in an S&M closet wearing a leather dog collar. And you can figure out the rest.
Usually people ask me this question so they can know when to catch this episode on TV - I have a handy link for you. Here is the TV-Now.com schedule for everything having to do with Sarah Jessica Parker on television this month. Thus, it lists the titles of the "Sex and the City" episodes for the month as well.Text: The Marc Kudisch Website
Q: The Scarlet Pimpernel version 3.0 is that a musical about computer software?
Frank Wildhorn's The Scarlet Pimpernel opened and closed in no less than three different incarnations on Broadway, in addition to one on tour a few months afterward. Fans and people involved with Pimpernel became so used to the constant changes to the show and openings and closings of the show that its different versions came to be known as 1.0 (the original cast), 2.0 (the one that opened a year later starring Douglas Sills, Rachel York, and Rex Smith), 3.0 (the one that starred Marc opposite Ron Bohmer and Carolee Carmello at the Neil Simon Theatre) and 4.0 (the touring cast). Marc has always acknowledged his involvement in the particular incarnation of the show that was 3.0 by including the version number in his biographies for various playbills.
Q: Where did Marc get his training? What did he study?
Check the bio.
Q: What is Marc doing these days?
Check the front page.
Q: So who are you?
I'm FreakyMartian. I run this website. If there's any other information you would like to know, check out FreakyMartian web design.
Q: Can I link to this site?
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Q: You didn't answer my question here! Now what?
You can e-mail me.