I’m thrilled to be performing as part of a benefit reading of The Bumps (Kilroys 2016 List) by Rachel Kauder Nalebuff. Performances are at 7:30pm on Aug. 14 & 15. Proceeds will go to Planned Parenthood. Come support a great cause. Come see a great play. Come see me! It’ll be fantastic. For tickets and more information click here.
This Monday, April 17th at 7pm, I have the pleasure of performing in a staged reading of The Honor and Glory of Whaling down at La MaMa. The Honor and Glory of Whaling, written by Mike Gorman, is the second and title play in a trilogy that follows the rise and fall of commercial fisherman through the issue of opiate addiction. All three plays will be produced by La MaMa this spring, so come and get your sneak peak now! To RSVP click here.
Just wrapped on The Understudy, written and directed by Carys Glynne Snyder. The rest of the cast was wonderful and our crew up at Columbia was top-notch. Can’t wait to see the finished product!
Tonight from 7-9pm at Think Coffee (248 Mercer) I have the pleasure of reading some pages from a new play by Mike Lesser as part of Volume 42 with The Playground Experiment. It’s free, but space is limited. Check out all the details here.
I recently had the pleasure of voicing Abigail Adams in a new piece by the formidable Jessica Ann Carp. It’s a beautiful piece and I was honored to be involved. You can listen to the finished version here.
Still trying to process what happened on election night? Join me TONIGHT at 7:00pm or 8:30pm down at the Kraine Theater for 6 short plays that are chewing on that very question. For this event, I had the pleasure of directing the talented David Jenkins in a poignant little piece by the brilliant Michael Sadler. Should be a great night at the theater. Tickets can be purchased here.
Last week I had the pleasure of voicing the character of Abigail Adams as part of a song cycle written and composed by Jessica Ann Carp. Being in the recording booth is always a good time, but it’s even more fun when you get such to play with such great material. Can’t wait to hear the final product!
I’m thrilled to be heading back to NJ Rep this Thursday (9/15) for a reading of Gino DiIorio’s The JAG. Sadly, it’s closed reading, but be on the lookout for this heartfelt piece of work. Hopefully, it’ll be in front of the eyes of the general public soon!
This coming Monday, July 18th, I get to revisit the role of Bekka in Brian Dykstra’s play Education at New Jersey Rep! The reading starts at 7pm and is FREE. Come on over – it should be a thought provoking evening. For all the details, check out NY Rep’s website here.
I’m thrilled to be work-shopping a new Kara Lee Corthron play at New Dramatists later this month. It’s a gorgeous little play with lots of juicy stuff for an actor to chew on and I can’t wait to get started. Whee!