We will have an on-camera conversation inside my elevator set, into which I will create an episode of the series GOING UP where you, the guest, are the star. Dressed as a Park Avenue doorman, I will ask you an array of questions during the interview, ranging from silly to topical, from personal to controversial. I will never broach a topic that is crude or salacious in nature. It will be an upbeat, organic, meandering conversation where we will get to know each other. The environment on set is always relaxed, supportive, and comfortable. Just bring your best self - if not, I'll try and find it. The elevator is symbolic of New York - whimsical, schmaltzy, and intimate - a place where passing moments are often the most remarkable. The episode will be aired on my YouTube channel, Going Up. The link to the channel can be found here: www.youtube.com/channel/UC2c2mbx2leF_TpE4SdbR19w If you decide at any time you'd like your episode to be removed, I will do so promptly. It's worth noting I only title episodes with guest's first names. Your full name will not be listed. See you in NYC!
I am a working actor here in New York City. I've been a living history theatrical tour guide, hosted a weekly speakeasy performance with a live band out of a Stanford White ballroom, performed Off-Broadway at the New York International Fringe Festival, The Flea, Williamstown Theater Festival, La Mama, and Upright Citizens Brigade. I'm a founding member of Art Party Theater Company, a theater company dedicated to original works in site-specific locations such as Bryant Park, Harvard University, and a Midtown conference room. I've acted in film, television and over 50 commercials and voiceovers. My acting reel can be viewed at vimeo.com/nicholasdelany/reel
Water, sparkling water
Lighting, audio, camera
We will shoot our episode inside my apartment building which is located in the heart of one of New York City's hippest neighborhoods - Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Within a short distance from my apartment you can find Smorgasburg outdoor food market (open Saturdays), Brooklyn Flea Market (open every Saturday and Sunday), National Sawdust concert hall, and endless shops and nearby restaurants.
Anything that makes you comfortable on camera, i.e. makeup or hairbrush.
The elevator can hold up to 2 guests. There will never be outside guests other than the guests scheduled. More than 2 people are welcome to come as long as they are quiet and respectful during filming
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