The God of In-Between, book and lyrics by Christopher Wall, music by Howard Fishman, directed by Marina McClure
(photos by Rob Strong)
I got to sing and shred carrots last week at Voxfest with these wonderful people! Thank you to the wonderfully talented Emma Orme and Christopher Wall (pictured) and Howard and Marina and Brandon Adams and the whole Voxfest family.
I've been building my audition book with Michael Hicks this month and having the time of my life:)
We had the first read thru of the new musical The God of In-Between by Christopher Wall, music by Howard Fishman, directed by Marina McClure. We will workshop it at Voxfest at Dartmouth next month!
Thank you thank you thank you David Noles and Anna Malskaya for an amazing day. New headshots coming soon!
Katie Baldwin Eng and I wrote a TV pilot and it's up on The Black List!
Deirdre, a psychotherapist for the deeply disturbed, and mother of a high school senior, discovers that she is the modern day incarnation of the goddess Demeter and must determine how to harness her powers to save both her daughter and the earth.
"Down and Away," a short film directed by Brian Tracey, is in post-production. Here's a screen shot of me cheering for my son's baseball team.
Meet the Rebel Mess! I had a blast recording the irrepressible Kirk Wood Bromley's plays: Midnight Brainwash Revival and American Revolution. Here I'm between takes with the insanely talented (if somewhat motley) crew: Hank Coyote Wagner, Bob Laine, and Josh Hartung.
Coming Soon: I play Meg in the hilarious web series Shrinkage!
An Actress. Her Husband. Their Shrink.
Shrinkage: reminding you that marriage is the meanest thing you could ever do to someone you love.
This is Nick. He plays Danny, my son, in the short film "Down and Away" I shot this weekend. He's awesome.💜
(photos by Maria Baranova)
It's a hit and a wrap!
Just a few of the wonderful words written about our very whacky show:
"A Dickensian dystopia filtered through the skewed aesthetics of Tim Burton…Skinnamarink proudly flies a purely theatrical freak flag."
"Skinnamarink is a horror show that takes old nostalgic objects and turns them nasty in your mouth. This play will make you feel like a child again, whether you like the taste or not."
"Little Lord tends to make the kind of seeming silliness that worms into your brain and comes out to play long after recess is over."
I'm going to miss seeing these guys every day.
Also the incomparable Maria Baranova included the cast in her series "Faces of Downtown Scene"!
We open next week!
Little Lord's Skinnamarink at New York Theatre Workshop/Next Door.
(photo by Maria Baranova)
My 2nd favorite photo from the show!
Rehearsals for Little Lord's Skinnamarink at New York Theatre Workshop's Next Door Series start next week…
(photo by Maria Baranova)
Delighted to reunite with the gang from City Girls for a staged reading of Pamela Enz' latest: Casablanca on the Hudson at Dixon Place on January 25th.