Honored to be included in American Theatre Magazine's surreal year retrospective with dozens of other theatre artists who have been navigating this past year. And acutely aware how lucky and unique I am to have actual work in the theatre to talk about at this time.
Had a fantastic time talking theatre and things
FEEDING YOUR SOUL - an interview with Emily Trask
Had waaaaay too much behind-the-scenes fun
doing this SPICY INTERVIEW for SLO REP
starring Michael Brusasco and Melinda Parret
STARTING THIS WEEK!
FOUR FRESH-PICKED PLAYS ON CALIFORNIA'S CENTRAL COAST!
Into the Breeches! by George Brant - March 5 @7:00pm PST & March 6 @1:30pm PST
Two Degrees by Tira Palmquist - March 12 @7:00pm PST & March 13 @1:30pm PST
Fade by Tanya Saracho - March 19 @7:00pm PST & March 20 @1:30pm PST
FOR MORE INFO ON EACH PLAY CLICK THE TITLE
FOR TICKETS CLICK HERE!
and will be followed by an interview with the playwright that I had the pleasure of recording exclusively for PCPA audiences,
and a live talkback with the cast and director of the reading.
PCPA's HOME FOR THE HOLIDAY'S VIRTUAL CABARET this month!
Rutherford and Son, by Githa Sowerby
part of Quintessence Theatre Group's
Shout Into The Void reading festival.
So fascinating and fabulous to get to direct this phenomenal play and to collaborate with this incredible cast and the Quintessence team.
Check out a PODCAST I did with Artistic Associate, Lee Cortopassi - or better yet! - check out the amazing interview Lee did with Sowerby Expert Scholar, J. Ellen Gainor.
and I can't stop talking about it!
Three fabulous plays down!
loving getting to direct, act, and lead the discussions in this series.
Let us tell you a new story. . . in a new way!
This season we’re serving up SIX fresh-picked* plays on California’s Central Coast.
PCPA will be presenting a different, ground-breaking play every weekend -
September 18th to October 24th.
I'm way too excited to get to help helm this series and to have the chance to direct and be in some of these readings.
Stick around after the readings for talkbacks with the actors, directors, and even interviews with the playwrights themselves!
InterPlay is a ticketed event (just $5!!) and will be performed LIVE! in Zoom webinar format - so no need to worry if you’re camera shy.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FOR TICKETS!
Also. Pretty much all the strawberries come from here - we like our plays and our produce fresh.
Each month, registered participants will receive a copy of the play, along with discussion questions, and list of pivotal scenes to consider. Then, on the last Monday of each month, The Rediscovery Reading Club will meet over Zoom for a spirited discussion of the script from the comfort of your own home. The discussion will be moderated by PCPA Literary Associate, Emily Trask, and select scenes and moments from the play will be acted and explored by your favorite PCPA artists to illuminate the text in a whole new way!
For more information on this unique offering, or to register - CLICK HERE
Click here for a list of the other virtual offerings this summer at The Pacific Conservatory Theatre!
to underscore it, they featured the song August Nights by the amazing Gypsy George and the Open Road Love Affair - that I had the pleasure of playing cello on.
You can catch it and
the NPR episode here
(the song is peppered throughout)
- or -
check out August Night's itself, and the rest of Gypsy George and the Open Road Love Affair's new Album - Politics, Ex-Girlfriends & the Ayn Rand Shuffle on Spotify.
and social gathering to be prohibited.
This was also the year that Shakespeare wrote 3 of his most famous tragedies:
Macbeth, Antony & Cleopatra, and King Lear
a Shakespearean masterpiece during this shelter-in-place!
But you might want to read one -
and doing so might make you feel more connected.