Nightmares & Nightcaps Actor Profile: Joshua Servantez!

  1. Where you were born/where were you raised? Born and raised in Lubbock, Texas
  2. Zodiac sign: Capricorn
  3. What are/were the careers of your parents? Mostly in the medical field. So naturally I had to be different.
  4. Do you have any Siblings? I have a sister! I always wanted a brother but I got her instead. Oh well.
  5. Where were you trained? Texas Tech University School of Theatre and Dance
  6. Current favorite audition song or monologue to use: I'm not giving away my secrets to staying booked!
  7. Why did you want to be a part of Nightmares & Nightcaps? I've always thought BBEP shows were fun and extremely pleasing to the eye. I wanna be pleasing to the eye.
  8. Current or recent show in Chicago (other than N&N!) that you think is must-see: I just finished The Adventures of Spirit Force Five with The Factory Theater. It was a helluva time. If you didn't see it then you've missed it and I'm sorry for you.
  9. Favorite Twilight Zone and/or Black Mirror episode? Black Mirror: Shut Up and Dance // The Entire History of You. I've never seen The Twilight Zone
  10. Most played song in your music collection: I'm overplaying the new Panic! album right now
  11. Favorite or most memorable onstage role as a child/teenager: I didn't really start acting until college. I loved playing Konstantin in The Seagull
  12. Worst onstage mishap: I fell once. It hurt. Like...a big fall. There were bruises and emotional scars. I don't wanna talk about it.
  13. Worst costume ever: I wore a wig in the show where I took a big fall. My ego is hurting now.
  14. Worst job you ever had: I worked at a restaurant during a holiday season and I've never hated a job more.
  15. Craziest audition story: I don't really have a crazy audition story...maybe one will happen soon. Who knows?
  16. Role(s) you’ve been dying to play: Can someone please cast me in a production of Hair? I'd do a good job. Or the Emcee in Cabaret. But also can I please play Olivia in Twelfth Night? I have a lot...
  17. What were you afraid of as a child? Bad weather scared me. Growing up in Texas, we're taught to be afraid of tornadoes so I used to think wind on a rainy day meant I had to hide in a cellar and pray.