Acting

Back on Stage: Laramie Project

I’m thrilled to be part of the Left Coast Theatre Company’s production of The Laramie Project, directed by Stuart Bousel in April.  We still have to tell the stories, we still have to strive to seed the empathy necessary to stop the pull of apathy that enables our society to debate the existence of hate crimes. To allow it to happen.
I’m incredibly grateful to be able to be part of that on any level. 

2016 in Review

Every year at this time I think “my god that was a crazy busy year, next year will be so much lighter,” and since it’s an annual thought, that means it’s never actually a lighter year. This year was one of the busiest I’ve ever had. It was a blessing of projects and artistic challenges. Whether I was out of my comfort zone performing for the first time in 30 years or accepting a leadership role in an established theatre company or more familiar ground with directing staged readings for ReproRights and PCSF, the year has been full of intense experiences and a lot of laughter and delight with new creative relationships around every corner.

A Small Return

I’ve had a taste of acting again and I feel the return of those desires and cravings that have been dormant for so long; the ones I pushed down and ignored until it subsided into the gentle haze that long-ago memories have.  That was that other person I was going […]

A Flurry of Activity

Wily West is in the thick of our pre-production for 2014.  This means auditions, scheduling, readings, and a dozen or more emails flying back and forth on four or five different projects on any given day. Sheherezade 14 A couple of weeks ago we had auditions for Sheherezade 14.  The […]