For those who were not able to make it, I have a special treat for you. Continue reading
We were truly blessed and spoiled with our audience last night. We had a great show at the Geffen Playhouse with a wonderful response from the audience. The feedback and energy Continue reading
Back in August, I was awarded a fellowship with the Geffen Playhouse. To be specific, I was awarded a writing and performance fellowship for military veterans–the first of its kind for the Geffen.
Had the opportunity to read for Wil Bowers who is producing an amazing production that will be coming to the Write Act Repertory in late November.
The play was written by Michael Coulombe set in the 80’s and chronicles the family of character Rosa who, early on, we come to find will metamorphosis into Eve.
The play deals with morals, relationships, homosexuality, and the onset of the AIDS epidemic. Truly touching. With the right cast I think this has the opportunity to be a strong piece. Can’t wait to see it on its feet come November.
The stage reading for Carl Reiner went well. Having finished reading with some amazing talent today including Joe Sabatino, we were treated with a story ending with Carl imparting us with the wisdom of one wishing a journal was kept to record some of the most wonderful moments throughout his life.
See, at the tender age of 89 one’s memory starts to fade and all those 88 years leading up to this moment accrues into a cornucopia of events that takes time to navigate. Some are lost along the journey while others are occasionally recouped as a synapse in the brain fires to allow one to relive that one particular moment in time.