July 2nd Took the Metro North on the Hudson line which proved to be a beautiful commute. Brittany, one of the company management interns, picked me up at the station. After checking in at the office and getting a welcome packet, Brittany gave me a tour of the campus and I got to see the
So about a month ago I found out I was the recipient of the New York Stage and Film’s Founders award. Along with the great honor of getting this award, I also got a month long residency up at Vassar College, where NYSAF produces their summer series of readings, workshops and productions. Today I head
It’s my turn to write another post for the Public Theater blog. I decided to write about my experiences volunteering at the 52nd Street Project. You can read the original post here. In 2009, I got an email from Megan Cramer, Associate Artistic Director of the 52nd Street Project, asking if I’d like to volunteer
Finally! After working on this play for about 20 years and putting off a public reading for about 2 years, I’m happy to say it’s finally ready to be shown to the public. April 9th!
I was asked at the last minute to write a ten minute piece for Ugly Rhino’s pre-Valentines days show at the Brooklyn Lyceum. As luck would have it, instead of writing a brand new piece over a weekend, I was able to repurpose a piece I’d written for The Pack lounge series last year. It’s