oh! getting back onstage after so many years!
my Woman described in reviews as:
“quirky and enigmatic” “deliciously mischievous” “full of energy and sheer theatricality”
what a script. what a theatre company. what terrific fun.
And 2 weeks later in a completley opposite role bringing Lawrence Aronovitch’s Sister to life, with In-The-Moment Theatre and the wonderful acting partner Jennifer Valance. Directed by the talented Tony Babcock. so. much. fun. Even though the material is heartbreaking …
one’s heart is still,
hanging like a breath waiting to be taken…
For every link I’ve supplied, there are a dozen more I could have included.
I encourage you to just read through the article, and if you have a longing for proof, go back to the explorations. Then keep digging …
mary magdalene kissed god
both middle aged
All other characters described are seen only by HE and SHE, and not by the audience.
The set consists of:
- the one-dimensional
“My Seat at the United Nations” found below, is the insider’s version of the Global Women’s Peace Initiative. The following one is the Cover article that was published by Bloom Magazine. This title was the name of the conference at …
I participated in the Volcano Theatre’s inFORMING CONTENT symposium, themed FOOD, this spring. We listened to lectures presented by Jackman Humanities Institute Fellows, broke into groups, and, based on the lectures, within a few hours created interactive theatre for the …
He drove into her life.
There were a few dents in his doors and the exhaust pipe was about to fall off, but her front porch consisted of a broken, one-step stoop to a vintage trailer and a …
I want your skin your thoughts your sweat
I want your undying devotion
I want you to know me for who I am
I want you to hold me
I want you to listen to me
I want you …