Very excited to share the final version of the scene I did with the team at ReelArc! I play a compassionate, honest lawyer (not an oxymoron in this case! ;) ) speaking to a grieving mother about her case. Check it out below and on the video page.
Very excited to share that I've been asked to read an excerpt from a new play by Linda Kampley as part of the Jerry Kaufman Award ceremony on Monday, June 3rd from 5-7 PM (as Linda is receiving the award!). I'll be playing Katherine, a young woman in a state of shock who keeps seeing astronauts. The ceremony is being presented by the American Renaissance Theater Company, of which I am a member.
Admittance to the ceremony is free, and seating is first come, first served. There will be music and refreshments as well as the readings. It will be held at Theatre 54 in Shetler Studios on the 12th Floor of 244 West 54th Street, NYC.
Opening weekend of "Hamlet" went really well, despite a little rain. You have three more chances to see this, "Really refreshingly good", female-centric production. Check out sketches from the always amazing Joan Chiverton below.
Hard to believe, but The Drilling Company's "Hamlet", in which I play Rosencrantz, opens on Thursday, May 16 at Bryant Park! The show runs May 16-18 and May 23-25 at 7 PM (Thursday-Saturday), and is FREE - bring or borrow a blanket or grab a chair. What I love about this production is that almost all of the traditionally male roles are being played by and AS women - including Hamlet (played by the amazing Jane Bradley). Here is a shot from rehearsal, in which myself and Guildenstern (aka Liz Livingston), enter the palace and just have to take a selfie.
I kicked off May by filming my first scene with the team at ReelArc, and had a wonderful experience. The director and camera operator were wonderful, and I couldn't have asked for a better scene partner in Tryphena Wade. I can't wait to see the finished product! Check out some photos of the shoot below: