I caught the last show of the Rent 20th anniversary tour last weekend. Watching Larson’s musical today, where its setting, the East Village, Manhattan, is now a gentrified landscape of brunching, happy-hour going, twenty-somethings, it is impossible not to ask if the story of Rent is still relevant. via district theatre review: Rent 20th anniversary tour … More Rent: Still Going Strong
Hi all, As you’ve probably noticed, that one producer is no longer on the project. Sometimes you encounter people who want to make it their show and don’t have your best interests at heart. Well, onward the Go-Girls go! I have cast all the other roles. Special thanks to Film Independent for the use of … More April Showers Bring…
Hi all, I just realized I forgot to share this with you. This is the short, Special Space Units, directed, produced, written by Douglas Proce. It was one of ten entries accepted to the Phoenix Comiccon Film Festival in 2015. I play Ensign Susan. Enjoy!
Hi all, I’ve been up to a great deal of things. I booked my first gig in LA and it was a commercial! It should be available on the internet by tomorrow or so. I had a wonderful experience. They were a top professional crew and we were filming at an actual sound stage that … More The First Booking is the Awesomest
Hi all, It’s been two months since my last blog post. I just didn’t get back to the blog. Tomorrow I drive off to LA! (or today according to the blog calendar). I have some potential places that I will be looking at and I hope I get one of the good ones. You … More Boxing Day
Originally posted on Fertile Ground Portland:
Anna Sahlstrom, playwright of one of the Pulp Diction late night pieces, called The Go Girls, shares how she went from JRR Tolkein spoof to late night pulpy feminine empowerment in just a few simple steps… Every story for me starts out as a daydream or a passing idea. …