July 06, 2015

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EXCLUSIVE: Golden Boy's Seth Numrich Shares Pugilistic Prowess

In Golden Boy, Seth Numrich plays Joe Bonaparte, a young man whose talents bridge the very different worlds of music and boxing. In this exclusive look behind the scenes of the current Broadway revival of the Clifford Odets classic, Numrich chooses to focus on the pugilistic half of his dual personality as he shares his secrets to becoming a master of the squared circle. Displaying boxing techniques, Numrich shows how his training and warm-up regimen have become, essentially, an acting lesson of their own. For a Cue & A with Golden Boy's Daniel Jenkins, click here.








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