There's so much to say that I legitimately don't know where to start. (Which, in and of itself, is kind of a cliche way to start, so apologies to my readers who are just here for my wholly original and fresh writing style.) The last time I was consistently updating, I was just moments out … Continue reading A long-overdue life update
if there is a "big time" for diabetes, you guys, this may be it. November is National Diabetes Awareness month. (Do you remember my saucy, angry post from two years ago?) As such, the JDRF has partnered with an amazing podcast called Beta Cell, run by an amazing guy, Craig Stubing. Craig's podcast focuses on the lives … Continue reading oh boy…
A series of reflections on what was one of the hardest (and most rewarding) weeks of my life, presented in random order (with photos by June Xie): This was really hard. Also, fun. Also, profoundly satisfying in the way only something this hard (and scary, and fun, and scary, and hard) could be Turns out, … Continue reading Reflections on the Type What Now run
Can you guess the period in my day today when I was performing "Type What Now"?
some photos from opening night: attempting to stay calm back stage (and taking selfies) to the dulcet tones of nicki minaj: (can you tell how nervous i am?) Anne does sun salutations backstage: my phone very helpfully reminds me that our show is opening in 10 minutes: Thank you so much … Continue reading We’re Open
And the team is very excited. And nervous. And terrified. But also excited. We open tomorrow!
Stephen has been generous enough to honor This Is Not A Theatre Company with his talent in not one, but two productions. He first sang his way into my life (gosh, shouldn't all sentences start like that?) playing a gregarious, enticing Andre Salmon in A Serious Banquet, turning what would otherwise have been an enigmatic, inaccessible … Continue reading Meet the Team: Stephen
http://bit.ly/typewhatnow Click the link. Click a date. (8/17-8/29) Buy a ticket. Make my day.
The best thing about making theater in New York is meeting people who make theater in New York. In the few short years I've been making work here, I've been privileged enough to collaborate with dozens of incredibly talented individuals, not a dud among them! This one is no exception. Anne danced her way into … Continue reading Meet the Team: Anne
Sebastian and I have been friends since freshman year of college. At the time, I figured I was just getting an incredible, funny, kind, thoughtful, supportive, and loyal friend out of the deal. Had I known I was also getting an incredible, supportive, genius, talented visual artist and collaborator, too - well, I may have cracked under … Continue reading Meet the Team: Sebastian