Art is NOTHING to be ashamed of.
It’s been…a while… since I’ve updated anything on my site. I apologize for being so silent for so long. The truth is, I haven’t really felt like I had much to update about. But today, I heard something that just about broke my heart. For those of you who don’t know, this school year, I… Read More
Happy Birthday, Audra!
Today, I’m continuing my series on Black Theatre Artists I Admire. Next on the list is: Audra McDonald Today is her birthday, so I thought what better time to celebrate her? If you have watched Private Practice, The Good Wife, or The Good Fight, you probably recognize her. But the reason I admire her as… Read More
In Honor of Juneteenth…
On this day, 155 years ago, slaves in Texas FINALLY learned they were free. The Proclamation had been issued 2 1/2 years prior, but due to relative isolation and distance from Union troops, people didn’t hear the news until much later. Over the last few weeks, racial tensions in the US reached a boiling point,… Read More
Obligatory Decade Reflection
Confession: I kind of hate New Year’s. I really loved it when I was a kid, and my parents would drop me off at my grandparents’ house with my cousins, while they went out with my aunt and uncle to go…wherever grown ups go. I got to stay up til midnight, and ring in the… Read More
New City, New Chapter
So, two months ago, Kendall and I moved back to Texas. Even though I definitely miss NYC, and the beautiful people I met there, I’m glad to be home. I’m finding a groove, and accomplishing goals I had begun to forget I even had. Last month, I produced my third audiobook, entitled Journey to Motherhood:… Read More