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December 11, 1987 - Image 94

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New York, where he appears
in its Women and Comedy
series. "Sometimes they need
a man, " he jokes. In his spare
time, Nackman volunteers for
the Rainbow Lobby and pro-
gressive causes.
Highland Park, Ill., native
Unger previously portrayed
Epstein at the American
Stage Festival and the Penn-
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Gynt. At Ithaca College, he
played the title role in Tar-
tuffe and is featured in a
forthcoming film, Wolfpack.
Unger has directed on Long
Island, N.Y., and Theater Row
in New York City and is
assisting the producers in the
forthcoming Broadway
musical, Arthur. He also is
the producer and artistic
director of the Hooterhyter
Children's Theater.

Unger started doing
theater in high school. "It got
into my blood in a way that it
has to be if you're going to
make it in this business . . . I
can't live without it," he said.
Nackman got into theater to
overcome shyness. "I was ter-
ribly, terribly, terribly shy.
Silent. I was silent through
junior high school. I had these
fantasies of being famous, of

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Michael Unger

being a singer, of being on
stage, of having a talk show,
anything like that — adula-
tion, applause. Any kind of
positive feedback. Any kind of
contact with people where I
really didn't have to be afraid
that they're really going to be
reacting to me." But he also
had an ulterior motive — he
wanted to meet girls. Going
into theater "was the only
way I could conceive of ever
being in the same room with
a girl:' Was he successful? He
nodded, yes, smiling.
After Biloxi finishes its
Detroit run, Nackman plans
to return to New York to start
hitting the pavement again.
Unger had a message to call
his agent.
Is there a dream part that
either Nackman or Unger
would like to play? For Unger,
he's already found it. "This is
really a dream come true for
me. It speaks so much to what
I went through personally
and what I believe in per-
sonally and what I've been
taught to sustain in the face
of adversity." Until he got the
part of Jerome about a month
ago, Nackman said he felt the
same way.
And do they have a favorite
type of production, such as
drama, comedy or musical?
For Nackman, it's whatever
he's in at the moment, but
added he'd like to do a
musical since, he said, he had
not appeared in one for a long
time. Yet, while appearing a
musical, he'd "die for
something serious." Unger
said he didn't have a
preference. "I really don't
care, as long as I can keep
stretching myself (as an ac-
tor). To remain an exciting ac-
tor and a spontaneous actor
you cannot settle into
anything." ❑

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