Tonight at 7:30 down at 721 Broadway on the 7th floor, I have the pleasure of presenting a reading of a short play, entitled Life On The Edge, by the marvelous Mr. Terry Milner. This is what we call theater in the raw and it’s totally free. Come on over. Seating is first come, first serve.
This Sunday, September 28th I’m doing a reading of a new short comedy, Sing A Song Of Fascism, with Stageplays Theatre Company. Sadly this one is a closed reading, but it should be a great time!
Join me this Sunday, August 17th, at 2pm out in Brooklyn’s Herbert Von King Park for the Soul of Brooklyn Festival. We’ll be presenting a series of 10 minute plays written by Allison Davis and James Tyler and inspired by true stories of Brooklyn. There will be food and music and it’s completely free. All the details can be found here.
This is our final week of performances! If by chance you happen to be in Northern Vermont, come see us. It’s a gorgeous show and we’re doing one hell of a job with it. More info can be found here.
Today I head up to Vermont to start rehearsals to play Violet in Violet with The Commons Group. I’ve wanted to do this role for years and I’m so thrilled to finally have the opportunity. If you happen to be up around Burlington in early August, come and say hello!
I’m so excited to be doing a reading of Emily Dendinger’s No Home For Bees this Thursday, June 12th. This play gets you right in the gut. Nancy Robillard directs and The Lark is our ever gracious host. Unfortunately, this reading closed to the public, but keep your eyes open for Emily’s work – because she’s fantastic.
I’m thrilled to be working with The Women’s Project today for a reading of a new play by Kara Corthron entitled Listen for the Light. Sadly this one is closed to the general public. But keep your eyes peeled for future productions because it’s a fantastic script.
Join me this Friday, April 4th for a reading of Fast Break by Joey Brenneman with The Playwrights Gallery. I’m playing Macy, a young girl struggling to find reality in the midst of her mental illness. Come lend us your ears. Details are as follows:
244 West 54th
12th floor, Penthouse One
Last night, I had the pleasure of being part of an evening of new works by NYU’s MFA Playwrighting Class of 2015. I was lucky enough to work with these guys and gals last semester on some of their classwork, and was delighted to have their heart and humor recognized by a larger audience. Such a treat!
Rehearsals are gearing up and the news is out!
I’m thrilled to announce that on Thursday, December 12th at 6:30pm at the Snapple Theatre Center, I will be performing in a reading of THE CURSE OF BATVIA as part of the Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab 2013-2014 season.
With book by Katherine Burger and score by Roland Tec, BATVIA is an original musical comedy about cursed siblings (from a vaguely Eastern European country) who seek the spell to end their lycanthropic woes. Can they find the book of magic before their savage appetites reveal them to the law? Come and find out.
For more information you can check out the Broadway World article here. Hope to see you there 🙂