Coming this Fall…

Happy Autumn Equinox! Fall is looking SO FABULOUS.

First let me say, Summer was a blast – I got a chance to relax a bit, go on a couple road trips, see some family, go camping, fill up my inner well, and see a lot of awesome theatre. And of course, there was a bunch of super exciting auditions, classes, continued work with playwrights on their upcoming works, and Ivy Theatre Company had a killer Off-Broadway run of Micheline Auger’s Donkey Punch at SoHo Rep.

Just last weekend we started casting our next production: Ivy Theatre Company’s First Annual Trellis Project, our first developement series with two new plays, Juan & Emmett by Alan Baxter, and Incongruence: A {Trans}Gender Looking Glass by Carla Pridgen. More on that to come!

Speaking of awesome things that happened last weekend – I had the honor of participating in Diana Oh’s {my lingerie play} in Union Square. Read about it. Be empowered.

But back to Autumnal projects!
In October, I’ll be in two different pieces.
First, you can see me in an Off-Broadway production of Out of the Basement with RADD Theatre Co.  It is a thought-provoking play going up at The American Theatre for Actors, taking a look at the damage “Bro Culture” can do to both men and women.
AND also next month, I’ll be taking part in CAPS LOCK THEATER’s third annual theatrical fundraising event, PussyFest III: The Reckoning. I’ll have the privilege of performing a piece written *just for me* by the brilliant Kevin R. Free. How cool is that?

It’s cool. Really cool.

OH! And I haven’t even mentioned the part where I’ve started a ten-week class with the truly beautiful folks of The Humanist Project.  I am reveling in the Humanist Approach to Acting – bringing the full human experience into my work, and using the text and character to explore/reveal my own humanity, as a mirror for the audience.  It’s good stuff.

There’s more, more, MORE to come, but it’s so special, I’m not even allowed to talk about it yet.
You’ll just have to come visit me here again soon to find out.