Like that one guy said: Good writers borrow, great writers steal. Welcome to the place where all things have been lifted, looted, and otherwise pilfered…Remember, possession is 9/10s of the law.
For those of you in the Colorado Springs area (or those of you who might just be passing by…) here’s a review of the play I’m currently involved with as co-producer. Special thanks to Bill Wheeler, who hosts a great theater blog that you… Continue Reading “The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence Review!”
Last week SET opened Motherhood Out Loud, which is a series of monologues about motherhood. We’re going into our last weekend, which means I’ve seen this show…a lot by this point. And every single time I see this play, I’m reminded of my own experiences… Continue Reading “Story Sharing on the Playground; or, Talking with Perfect Strangers About the Miracle of Your Vagina”
Opening tonight: My directorial debut! (Well, my co-directorial debut — my co-director Sarah Shaver is AMAZEBALLS.) Over the last couple weeks I have had the pleasure and the panic of trying to shape a series of short scenes and monologues about motherhood. Motherhood Out… Continue Reading “Directing Isn’t So Different From Being a Mom”
Dead Man’s Cell Phone Production Poster (Designed by: Linda Nichols) Sarah Ruhl is the second most performed playwright in the United States — second only to the Bard his own self. This is the last weekend that it will be performed in Colorado Springs… Continue Reading “Sarah Ruhl’s Stage Directions”
Here’s what I’ve been working on — stage managing! The guys, in order of trailer appearance are: Emory John Collinson, Matt Radcliffe, and Aaron Jennejahn. The director is Sarah Sheppard Shaver.
Good news! Recently I joined one of the best theatre ensembles in Colorado Springs: The Springs Ensemble Theatre (SET) — so I’ll be doing a lot more theatre throughout the year. It’s super-exciting to join such a professional group of people and lots of… Continue Reading “How Joining a Theatre is Helping Me Hit My Reading Goal”
For the past few weeks, I’ve been happily learning how to do lighting design over at SET, a Colorado Springs Theatre Company. SET’s finishing up its season with a badass one-act play involving corrupt governments and a disturbing use of Christmas carols. We open… Continue Reading “Springs Ensemble Theatre Presents Harold Pinter’s "One for the Road"; a.k.a. "Jenny did the lights"”