Playbill's Director of Video Production and stage performer Roberto Araujo joins Coach Joe Rosko of Built for the Stage for Playbill's Motivation Monday November 16 to discuss fitness, singing and dancing, and life during the pandemic. Watch the interview above beginning at 11:30 AM ET.
A performer, photographer, director, producer and content creator originally from México City, Araujo has made a name for himself in the theatrical community over his 23-year career. At Playbill, he has created several recurring series including Playbill - The Game Show, Elevator Pitch, and From Ballet to Broadway, as well as being a producer and editor of the recent virtual concerts I Put a Spell On You, Pride Spectacular, Women in Theatre, and ¡Viva Broadway! Hear Our Voices. Upcoming projects include being the director of the Gay Men’s Choir Holiday Concert.
As these tough times of this global pandemic continue, human connection is as important as ever in regards to health and fitness. Built For The Stage offers a seven-day free trial that allows participants to interact with a coach to talk about goals, try out some actor-athlete workout sessions, and more.
BFTS not only provides training programs for professionals in the business, but recently launched its new program, BFTS University, for theatre majors. BFTSU helps students in building their fitness and nutrition foundation to enable them to ready themselves for the demanding requirements of a career in theatre.
For more information about these programs, the BFTS Swag Shop, or BFTS podcast episodes, visit BuiltfortheStage.com.