Anne Frank: Understanding/Understudy

After I closed Sense and Sensibility not too long ago, I delved into the next project 2019 had in store for me, and it stood in stark contrast to the light-hardheartedness of the Jane Austen classic. This was The Diary of Anne Frank, the play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett based on Anne Frank's … Continue reading Anne Frank: Understanding/Understudy

Anything but Common Sense

Starting the new year out with a bang, I'm thoroughly tickled to be working on Sense and Sensibility at Lyric Arts! Directed by Natalie Novacek, the play is written by Kate Hamill, who's name you might be seeing just about everywhere these days. Her adaptations of Pride and Prejudice and Little Women are also popping … Continue reading Anything but Common Sense

Shakespeare and Middleton – Unite!

Ah, autumn... when the leaves fall and... freeze to the ground under the snow? Ah, Minnesota... So besides the weather, what changes does the season have in store for me? I’m thrilled to announce I'm in rehearsals for Measure for Measure and Women Beware Women, two Jacobean classics running in rep, presented by Classical Actors Ensemble. Diane Mountford … Continue reading Shakespeare and Middleton – Unite!

Middletown: There’s a lot More in Between

Dear fellow human beings; fellow breathers – Currently playing at DalekoArts is an off-beat and heartrending play called Middletown by Will Eno. Hard to define in certain terms, I will often describe it to people as “Our Town for the 21st Century”, even though I know that that doesn’t nearly complete the picture. While both … Continue reading Middletown: There’s a lot More in Between