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  • Quiet on Set

    Over the past few weeks, I’ve had opportunities to be more of an on-camera actor than a stage actor. The biggest difference I see between the two, at least so far, is that on stage, you have like, a week of dress/tech rehearsals, with one LONG tech day, and then you open and perform; on… Read More

  • Dear Nana

    Dear Nana, I went to your house today. It was so strange… and hard… not having you there to greet me. You always had the warmest welcomes, which always made saying goodbye that much harder. You always wanted to know what I’ve been up to, and kept up with my blog. You even told me,… Read More

  • Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Alive and Well

    On Sunday, I had an audition, a rehearsal, and a performance. On Monday night, I participated in a workshop where I got to play the sweet, adventurous ingenue. Tuesday and Wednesday, I attended seminars at Actors Connection. Tonight, I’m going to see Lear at The Shakespeare Forum. It has been a full week, and I… Read More

  • Improv for Everyone!

    This week, I finished my 4-week improv class at the PIT – People’s Improv Theatre. I signed up for the Level Zero – The Joy of Improv class, because, truth be told, Improv TERRIFIES me. The Level Zero is a no-pressure, introduction class, with no performance. Since Level One (and higher) is 8 weeks long,… Read More

  • Shakespeare is Fun, Y’all.

    A couple of months ago, I told you about my visit to The Shakespeare Forum. After my first night participating, I knew I wanted to be more involved, so I signed up for their 6-week Verse & Text class. I gotta tell ya, this class was AWESOME. For 6 weeks, in 3-hour sessions, we delved into… Read More