Then, for the next season, the network retooled the series with David Schulner, giving yet another straight-to-series 10-episode order in spring 2015, though NBC did not put “Emerald City” on the schedule until early 2017.
His approach to acting and teaching is incredibly invigorating.
He breaks all the barriers down, so you are left with the simplest and most honest performance possible.
After a role in a play at the Lyric Theatre got him an agent, he began attending auditions and put university on hold to apply for a place at drama school in New York. He also studied with Michael Luggio at the Malisa Theatre Academy.
"I can safely say that I have never met anyone quite like Michael Luggio.
“Emerald City” becomes the second freshman show to be yanked at NBC, following “Powerless,” which was essentially canceled with the network pulling the show from its schedule.