“Why does Sense Memory exist? It exists for one primary reason. It’s to create something that is not there. To have an emotional response to something that is not there. Your senses react however they react.. If you’re open and receptive, they WILL react.” Anthony talks about what is and isn’t Sense Memory and how to use it effectively.
“If you want to make a unique statement in life, you have to come from a unique place within yourself”. Anthony shares his perspective on authenticity, being in a “deficit mentality”, and why learning is a lifelong journey. “If you’re not going to be who and what you are, why be here?” Watch this interview by Michael Schwengel of Anthony Vincent Bova.
Anthony Vincent Bova, NYC Based Acting Coach, Business Professional Coach & “Authenticity Authority” shares from his 35 years of experience as an instructor to discuss what authenticity means for both actors and business professionals. Watch this interview by Michael Schwengel for a quick overview of Anthony and his work.
Congratulations to another BAW actor, Christin Eve Cato, who will be performing at the Julia De Burgos Center for Performing Arts, in a new Latino play, “El Coqui Espectacular & The Bottle of Doom!”
Written by Matt Barbot, and directed by Nelson Eusebio, this Latino play will be with an ALL LATINO CAST in a comedic superhero story that challenges Latino Identity in America, gentrification in NYC, and how social media contributes to it all!
Produced by Tiffany Vega and funded by the Kevin Spacey Foundation and The Hispanic Federation, the show will come out on Nov. 3rd to Nov. 11th.
The tickets are FREE and you must reserve. Please come out and support Latinx Theatre! All info is listed in the event invite below.
Anthony Vincent Bova on working with Eric Morris– “It de-mystified the “MAGIC”. There’s no magic. There’s a reason why you get the results you do”. Anthony talks about his days as a professional musical theater “performer” feeling stuck in formal acting training that stemmed from college. Then it all changed when he was introduced to his mentor, Eric Morris.
Interviewed by Michael Schwengel