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Gardner prefers character roles

Dracula (Armando Morales), left, and Abraham Van Helsing (Kevin Gardner) rehearse a scene in the Curtain Call Theatre production of “Dracula,” which opens Friday. (photo: Ben Maggio)
Dracula (Armando Morales), left, and Abraham Van Helsing (Kevin Gardner) rehearse a scene in the Curtain Call Theatre production of “Dracula,” which opens Friday. (photo: Ben Maggio)
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Kevin Gardner’s friends may try to tell him differently, but he feels he knows best what he is. “I describe myself, and I have always described myself, as a character actor,” said Gardner, who will play professor Abraham Van Helsing in the Curtain Call Theatre production of “Dracula,” which opens Friday. “I have friends who are very supportive and tell me I can take that leading man role, but that just doesn’t interest me.” Steve ...


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