Currently in rehearsals for Julius Caesar
at The Pacific Conservatory Theatre - PCPA, playing Portia, and also serving as the production Dramaturg and Text Coach
For tickets and more information click here.
running before and after the Ides of March.
Also, join me for a Prologue before every performance - a short, preshow talk about the play, Shakespeare's language, and our unique production!
I am honored to officially announce that I have accepted a new position at Pacific Conservatory Theatre - PCPA, as the new
Literary Associate & Hurlbert Artistic Fellow.
In addition to continuing my current work as a Resident Artist (acting, directing, and teaching), I now serve on the Artistic Team, provide dramaturgical support, oversee PCPA's annual InterPlay Reading Series, help in season selection, provide text analysis, work on new adaptations, mentor Dramaturgy interns, and will lead talkbacks and preshow discussions for productions, readings and workshops.
I could not be more excited to contribute to PCPA in this deeply fulfilling way, while getting to continue my role as a Resident Artist.
Check out Pacific Conservatory Theater for up-coming exciting happenings and how we're getting our Literary leanings on.
Back by popular demand!
Three fresh-picked plays read on California's Central Coast.
Join us this week at the Severson Theater in Santa Maria Sept 19th - 22nd
Honored to be helping bring these phenomenal plays by three amazing playwrights to PCPA as an actor, director, and PCPA's new Literary Associate
THE CAKE - by Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Emily Trask
Starring: Kitty Balay, Peter Hadres, Romy Evans, Kaylene Howard, Vincent Lemos
Sept. 19 - 7pm & Sept. 22 - 1:30pm
PEERLESS - by Jiehae Park
Directed by Mark Booher
Starring: Rosie Narasaki, Katrina Cleave, Yusef Seevers, Dylan Marks,
Bri Costello, Bella Lind
Sept. 20 - 7pm & Sept. 21 - 7pm
MARY JANE - by Amy Herzon
Directed by Andrew Philpot
Starring: Polly Firestone-Walker, Katie Fuchs-Wackowski, Emily Trask,
McKenna Walwyn, KC Thompson, Chelsea Garcia
Sept. 21 - 1:30pm & Sept. 22 - 7pm
All tickets are only $10.
CLICK HERE for more information on PCPA's InterPlay Series
or to read the write up in BROADWAY WORLD.
Honored to recently be the recipient of Encore Michigan's state wide
Wilde Award for Best One Person Show
for Hope Summer Repertory Theatre's production of An Iliad
Humbled to be nominated in a category alongside
Broadway/TV Veterans - James Hindman and Christian Borle,
Mary Zimmerman's incredibly timely play On The Exhale,
and the premier of a hilarious original show by Kris Andersson.
The phenomenal team that all share this award:
Muse: Alicia Storin
Director: Lenny Banovez
Stage Manager: Kris “Murph” Murphy
Scenic Design: Sarah Pearline
Composition/Sound: Josh Schmidt
Lighting Design: Eric Van Tassell
Costume Design: Andrew Souders
Props Master: Haley Borodine
Dresser/Hair: Analiese Puzon
ASM and War Coach: Marisol Cowan
Understudy: Devri Chism
and the HSRT Season 47 Staff who put in so much work and took the risk to produce this play
Extra fun to receive a Wilde Award in Michigan
while performing a Wilde Play in California!!
The Importance of Being Earnest
is open and on the move to PCPA's beautiful outdoor theater
in Solvang, CA!
Having a fabulous time with this amazing play,
fabulous cast and crew,
and getting to play opposite my wickedly talented husband, Michael Brusasco
Having so much fun on this remount of Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
in Solvang, Ca at the charming outdoor Solvang Festival Theater!
For Tickets to this and the other three fabulous outdoor summer shows click here!
"Emily Trask’s turn as Sibella was first-rate." Santa Barbara Independent
Closing a wild run of A Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder in the Marian Theatre at the Pacific Conservatory Theatre in Santa Maria, CA this weekend.
But you still have a chance to catch this killer musical!
We move the show down to beautiful Solvang, CA and begin our outdoor summer run on June 13th.
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Shakespeare in Love
is now open and running through March 3rd at the