Now that I've officially settled into my new home as a West Coast Person, I'm excited to share everything I am up to this month.
I just started a new writers class: TV Writing for the Actor with Kim Kressal. Kim has been a long-time mentor of mine and I'm very excited about diving into the work with her.
I'll also be performing around town a lot throughout the month of April.
April 19 -- I'll be performing an original piece for Queer Cabaret in The Commons' inaugural season
April 20 -- Staged reading of Femmes: A Tragedy by Gina Young as part of her Sorority Series
April 21 -- Lesbian Story Slam night where I'll be performing an original piece written specifically for this event
My dream baby is moving right along in post-production. Announcements on where to watch it at a festival near you coming soon! If you haven't checked out our website yet, what are you waiting for?!
After NINE beautiful, trying, and eventful years in NYC, I have relocated to the west coast! THESE THEMS is in the can and our director and editor are both LA based, so I figured now is as good a time as ever to try out a new city. Excited to be working on post-production in La La Land and I'm, uh, REALLY happy about the weather. Sorry, NYers. It's great here.
22 crew members, 25 speaking roles, 40+ extras, 377 Indiegogo backers and LOTS of additional help and support along the way. I can not say THANK YOU enough to every beautiful human who had a hand in making this dream a reality.
We wrapped production today after 11 intense days of filming. The on-set experience was something so beautiful and full of love, my heart is bursting just thinking about it. Can't wait to dive into post-production! Check www.thesethems.com for more updates. For now, enjoy these adorable behind-the-scenes photos.
Wow. I am speechless. And SO EXCITED!!!
377 people donated $26,237 to my passion project, THESE THEMS! I am so grateful to every single human who pitched in to help create this show. It is going to be something very, very special.
For more info on THESE THEMS, visit www.thesethems.com
Well, this was fun. Delightful cabaret artist and pal, Amy Jo Jackson, invited me to sing a duet version of "All of Me" by John Legend with her. And I do believe this is also proof that angels can be altos. Just saying.
(Lots more on my COMEDY page)