These days, she represents actors as one of Creative Arts’ all-star agents.
But in the mid-1990s, C.C. Hirsch was herself the one performing on stage — most frequently at the Armory Theater.
"As a BFA, this building was my laboratory," says the 1998 grad. "A place where my comrades in the arts and I could explore text and mutate the text to live theater. We’d rehearse and create hours on end, and hope for audience in the seats on opening night.
"It was always full of students wanting to explore what other students were creating. It was an incredible laboratory for self expression.”