Friedman teaches a fun class (primarily because we just wander around the theatre and goof off). He can be a bit prejudice at times and can be a little inapporpriate
On the outside, Mr. Friedman seems cold, self-centered, cat-loving, and all about the show business. But honestly, he's a DRAMA teacher. His experiences as an actor and director have trained him to act that way in most situations related to theater. He is a charismatic and knowledgeable teacher who works hard in the classroom and in rehearsals. He is a sweet guy who wants the best for his students. He's helped so many kids who just took acting 1 for elective credit discover their inner actor!
Mr. Friedman is a nice man, but is also harsh. He can be insensitive at times, and has made friends of mine cry. He once told a friend that she should "get over her problems" and face the fact she was not in the play.
He's seriously one of the best people in the world. So easy to talk to and share your feelings with. :)
Only cares about two things - his cats and himself. He thrives on public humiliation and blatantly favors students.
He's really hard to please. I'm in his Cinema and Society class and he only accepts film proposals that contain his dry sophistication. He generally isnt too open minded to other opinions or ideas.
In love with himself. Plays favorites. Extremely rude and discouraging. Openly insults students infront of others. Thinks he's the reason why the drama dept. is good when it's really the facility.
He plays favorites. He needs to realize that he is a director for a high school and not for Broadway.