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Michael Cerveris: Evangeline (though she gets called Evie a lot). She’s a country girl, and bath time is an adventure. MC: Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird If there was one thing you would want people to know about your pet, what would it be? MC: I shudder to think what her anecdotes about me are.Evangeline is associated with Louisiana Cajun culture (which I love) via Longfellow’s poem of the same name. MC: My previous dog, Gibson, was a veteran of numerous Broadway Barks and a fixture in my dressing room for most of her 16-and-a-half years. MC: The suspicion you have that she knows your secrets but will never betray them is probably right. Most embarrassing thing your pet has ever done in public or when guests are over. I was sitting there smugly thinking, ‘Well, that’s not right at all! “And then it suddenly dawned on me that maybe he was right and I had just been told something different and didn’t have the answers at all.”That kind of uncertainty in the storytelling was not something Cerveris was worried about, though.Having worked with Soderbergh before (on an episode of “The Knick”), Cerveris says he had immediate trust in his director and in the new process.“I love the way he works and the way he is with actors,” Cerveris says of Soderbergh.
“I think Alison captures him so much in the book that I ended up in that place anyway.” On visiting the real-life “Fun Home.”Before Broadway rehearsals began, Cerveris jumped at the opportunity to stay at the Bechdel family home, which has been converted to a bed and breakfast.“Your job was really just to be super, super present, which is really what you want to do as an actor anyway.”Cerveris says he signed on for the project, which involves a complicated mystery around fictional children’s author and illustrator Olivia Lake (Sharon Stone), without seeing the whole script for it.(“I saw it in Ed’s hands once, and it looked like two Bibles stacked on top of each other,” he laughs.) Instead, Cerveris says that each actor was only given the information that his or her character would know for any given scene.“Ed, when he laid it all out for me, said, ‘Because of who your character is in this story, you know almost as much as anybody else in this story,’ which I believed until one day we were on the set, just hanging around, and Devin [Ratray, my co-star] was talking about what he thought was happening in this one scene that we were shooting. Evie is extremely social, so she’s made great friends with everyone at the theatre (the kids LOVE her) and is apparently a hit with dogs and staff alike at her daycare place when she goes there.Performing on New York stages since 1984, Tony winner Michael Cerveris (“Assassins,” “Sweeney Todd”) is constantly looking for ways to challenge himself and improve upon his craft.