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I got waitlisted at Yale and got accepted to Juilliard.
I remember when I was opening the letter realizing, “Oh my God!
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I guess this means you’re going to try to be an actor.” So then I went to Juilliard for four years. Anyway, Tommy and Lin are fantastic examples of something that is particularly Wesleyan. There is this notion that you should know what you want to do and be pursuing exactly that. The other great thing about Wesleyan and the reason they have produced the marvels of 21 Century Theater, Lin and Tommy, is because it wasn’t an overly structured professional program.
I told my dad it was “med school with guaranteed unemployment at the end.” I was thinking about Tommy Kail and Lin [Manuel] Miranda—I don’t know if you’ve heard of him. It happens really early on than it did during my generation. There’s something about Wesleyan—and the same thing happens in the Film Department—proportionally it is insane how many professional storytellers there are When I went to Juilliard there was a guy—he was not in my year—who I knew from Wesleyan. He came in one day depressed because his dad who was some kind of professional wanted him to go to law school. Is there anything you want to do.” And he’s like, “No.” It was terrible because his father wasn’t a prick, he was this really sweet guy.
I love performing but I don’t want to be an actor—that’s stupid. I majored in Art History, but I don’t want to go to grad school for that.” So the dad asks, “What do you want to do?
” And he says what no parent should ever hear; he says, “I really want to be a performance artist,” which is worse than someone saying they want to be a comedian because as a parent, you know it’s going to be a tough road. It’s another great example of what I think is a peculiar impulse that’s so Wesleyan.
He comes from a background of great privilege, but he works hard to mask this behind a facade of “relatability” and good humor.