EXCLUSIVE: What Motivates Robert Fairchild's An American in Paris Character?

EXCLUSIVE: What Motivates Robert Fairchild's An American in Paris Character?

A 2015 Tony Award nominee for Best Actor in a Musical, Robert Fairchild sat down to talk about the psychology and motivations of his character in An American in Paris. Jerry Mulligan is an American World War II veteran who remains in post-war Paris to take on a career as a painter. He trusts in his "Beginner's Luck" to succeed as an artist — and to get the girl of his dreams. See highlights from the show.

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