Over the entire series we have brought you interviews with some of the most successful Broadway performers who have originated and starred in some of the most iconic shows and films in modern musical theater history. And you’ve had the opportunity to watch director Paul McGill peel back their layers and give our masters the ability to share their invaluable experience. Now, it is time to turn the tables. Paul McGill tells his story, on how he went from booking his first Broadway show at only 17, to originating Mark in the Broadway Revival of A Chorus Line, starring in the MGM remake of the film, Fame, and performing in Memphis, Bullets Over Broadway, and even as Spider-Man himself. He is now an award winning choreographer of both stage and screen whose work has been seen in New York, Los Angeles, and throughout Europe. Having worked extensively on the Tony Award winning Broadway musical ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’, Paul gives us valuable insight on how to use natural talent to forge your own path but why it’s important to discipline the mind, body and spirit.