My 2nd favorite photo from the show!
Rehearsals for Little Lord's Skinnamarink at New York Theatre Workshop's Next Door Series start next week…
(photo by Maria Baranova)
Delighted to reunite with the gang from City Girls for a staged reading of Pamela Enz' latest: Casablanca on the Hudson at Dixon Place on January 25th.
Reading the latest draft of Little Lord's Skinnamarink, hot off the presses! Can't wait until New York Theatre Workshop's Next Door Series in March!
These kids! So proud of their Twelfth Night. It was a close one this year, but we pulled it off! Adam: Best Malvolio Ever:)
My dear friend Jessica Jones and I are on a quest to discover what women are NOT talking about. Nice Girls Don't Say That is a multi-media interview-based project designed to entertain, educate, and determine what political and social issues really matter to women in the United States. More soon!!
I play "Meg" in Little Lord's newest creation: The Peanut Butter Show. It's a bizarre, very fun, and deeply disturbing show inspired by one room school houses, cults, and Flowers in the Attic. Here I'm working on my punctuation with Josh Gelb and Polly Lee.
Flew out to San Francisco to see Theatre of Yugen's production of Seen / By Everyone. I am beyond grateful to Nick Ishimaru, who directed it with attention and care and an inspired hand, and to the cast for their generous performances. This is my heart full.
Two weeks until The Peanut Butter Show! (I love rehearsal skirts:)
OCTOBER 1st - 5th @ 7:30
@ Target Margin's THE DOXSEEE
232 52nd Street, Brooklyn
Day One of rehearsal for The Peanut Butter Show!
I'm Teacher's Pet.
Jetted off to San Francisco to sit in on the first rehearsals of Theater of Yugen's West Coast Premiere of Seen / By Everyone. The director, Nick Ishimaru, is layering in traditional Noh theater movement and gesture. It's just beautiful.
Enormvs Muñoz is reprising his role as the Bartender.
Me at Inspiration Point:) Can’t wait to see the show in October!
Yehuda Hyman and Rachel Claire are just two of the lovely people who gathered to read Katie Baldwin Eng's and my TV pilot Goddess. We are so grateful for the talent and insight of this wonderful group: Brad Cover, Marielle Young, Nikolai Mishler, Adam Patterson, Sauda Jackson, Matt Cohn, and Caitlin Wells
Summer Work Trip #1
Jen Taher and I flew down to Atlanta for the screening of "American Daddy," an official selection of The Atlanta Underground Film Festival!
Summer Work Trip #2
Polished up the rehearsal draft of Seen / By Everyone on our upstate retreat. We're sending it off to Theatre of Yugen for its West Coast premiere!
Hot off the presses!
Five on a Match’s Sunday Soirée was a fantastic evening thanks to Petra Fried, DJ Panos, and too many helpers and supporters to list. Thank you!
I was honored and delighted to perform in John Kurzynowski's CC: Fanny at Spaceworks. Here I am sliding down a boiler, howling in despair.
"American Daddy" is an Official Selection at The Atlanta Underground Film Festival! Hotlanta here we come!
So many thanks to The Salon for invaluable perspectives and feedback on Goddess.
These 7th graders killed it in our production of American Clock by Arthur Miller.
Me and Austin Pendleton having a crappy day in City Girls and Desperadoes.
Helping build Little Lord’s next show! We’ve been workshopping all over the place: Target Margin, The Drama League, LPAC’s Rough Draft Festival…
Katie Baldwin and I are writing a TV Pilot: Goddess. We are beyond grateful to Drop, Forge, and Tool for inviting us to work on our next draft at their artists' retreat in Hudson, NY. And we just found out we've been accepted to the next round of the Orchard Project's Episodic Lab.
It's NYC 1977 and a rag-tag band of accidental outlaws explodes with high rolling, high risk relationships… and lots of cocaine.
I'm delighted to be playing SUSAN in Pamela Enz' new play City Girls and Desperadoes, directed by Marina McClure and starring Austin Pendleton and Julie Atlas Muz.
March 22 - April 8 at Theater for the New City.
Chiori Miyagawa is turning her gorgeous play This Lingering Life into an opera! First read of the libretto at The Lark.
What is an interrobang?! Apparently this is. I love working on Skiterramerinkadink with Little Lord. I'm pictured here with Freddy Edelhart at Target Margin.
John Kurzynowski is building a beautiful piece inspired by the Orson Welles film The Magnificent Ambersons and the concept of copying. Here I am gazing at my impressively backlit son, George (Nikolai Mishler).
John Kurzynowski and Alex Kveton are writing a wacky and wonderful play This Program Takes Place at the Intersection of the Frozen Food and Dairy Aisles of Your Local Grocery Store. I was delighted to voice Teresa in a reading of their latest draft.
American Daddy had its internet release on Jan. 20th! Check out a sneak peak below:
American Daddy's first festival!
Kirk Bromley is cooking up all kinds of mischief at New Dramatists. Loved diving into his new play with some old friends.