Back from vacation and back into the swing of things!
I was just cast as Shoshanna (and others) in The Dreamchild Neverists, Dream Theatre Company's most ambitious show yet. Runs Mar 24-April 17, and this one is going to be a huge undertaking (and totally worth it). Fun fact - one of my characters is a pink vampire poodle, AKA "Vampoodle"! We'll be dealing in a fantastical world full of strange characters and we'll be creating all kinds of delightful feats of puppetry, projection, and theatrical magic to bring them to life. More details and ticket information will be available soon, check back at the Current Projects page.
Meanwhile, my second spot for Innovative Express Care from last summer is now public! Check out the video here or on my Media - Commercials page. We had a little too much fun shooting different variations of my reaction shot in this - hope you enjoy! ;)
The audio drama Iron Horses Can't Be Broken is nearly for launch! The first episodes are being made available in February, and I can't wait to hear our hard work come to fruition. In the meantime, checkout Burning Brigid Media's page and my cast interview. I think listeners are going to love this very original steampunk western adventure story.
And finally, in an effort to continue building my strength and circus skills, I'll be taking a Circus Fitness course every Friday at the Actor's Gymnasium, next week through the end of March! I loved the Circus Arts Level 1 class I took, but it made me realize I definitely need to build up my strength in order to readily expand my circus skills.
Ready to make 2016 mine, see you at the theatre!
Reporting to let the world know I (barely) survived the first week of B3-The Hybrid at Black Box Acting Studio. Seriously, I'm sore in some new places, and it's not like I'm out of shape. This high-intensity class combines Meisner and Viewpoints and I am excited to see where it leads. We are developing a physical language to discover text with and I can't wait to see what comes of this course. I've always felt a connection with Viewpoints work and how accessible it can be, so I'm excited to integrate it more fully into my stage work in a meaningful way.
The attached photo is the "Paparazzi Pic of the Week" for Black Box's weekly newsletter, "Your Weekend Buzz". Clearly, class is quite the knockout (though Conner seems to be just fine up right).
4 weeks to go!
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