My new year’s resolution for 2018 was to do a solo cabaret show this year. I am sliding in with a hail Mary in November, but it IS happening! I would love to have any and all* people come to the show (obviously). So, if you are free on November 12th at 7pm and in the vicinity of The Duplex Cabaret, please come! The show is called Grief Bacon because that is the German term for emotional eating, and you know I’ve gotten my grief bacon on more than a few times.
I have a fun little role in “Set It Up” which is a delightful film on Netflix. I play a waiter which isn’t a stretch, but at least he shows his frustration, whereas when I waited tables, I just begged the customers to be my friend. I’ll save this stuff for therapy. Watch “Set it Up”!!!
I had the great honor of replacing Drew Droege in his brilliant one person show, “Bright Colors and Bold Patterns” at the Soho Playhouse! I was interviewed by great people at TDF Stages, New/Now/Next, and Broadway.com which you can see right here!
Isn’t this picture by Justin “Squigs” Robertson the best? I was so honored to perform in the Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park in the summer of 2017 playing the role of Flute/Thisbe in Lear Debessonet’s beautiful production of “Midsummer Nights Dream”. I love the Public Theatre and their commitment to free Shakespeare for all New Yorkers!
Also, Max Chernin made this Gif and its the best. (Cameo by my favorite Bottom, Danny Burstein).
My writing partner Pam Murphy and I are working with our home theatre, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre on their first look deal with Universal Cable productions. UCB and UCP – it rhymes too well to not be a beautiful match! Take a look at the Variety Article for all the deets!
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I was on an episode of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” last month! If you aren’t watching this show, you are missing out on one of the most emotionally powerful, while simultaneously most hilarious shows that have ever been on television. I know that sounds over-the-top, but it is honestly that good. In the meantime, check out the song I got to sing on the show!
It’s the closing week of “Up Here”, the new American musical from Bobby and Kristen Anderson Lopez. Directed by Alex Timbers. It’s a comedy with a lot on it’s mind. If you are in La Jolla this week, please come by!