I am excited to announce that “The Designing Women Monologues” was selected as a finalist for the “Yes And Laughter Lab” which highlights shows with themes of social justice. Just last week I was told that we are one of the 10 winners who get to go on to pitch to Hollywood folks and social service agencies. It’s an exciting opportunity and feels like it combines my creative career with my previous career as a social worker. Or maybe that’s too much? I don’t know, it’s a pandemic and I needed a nice thing to happen so this is that nice thing, okay? Many thanks to the Laughter Lab and also my director Laurie Woolery.
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I was part of this very funny audible original starring Paul Rudd, Amber Ruffin, Jack McBrayer and Paula Pell. I played something I’ve never played before. A gay waiter. What can I say? I STRETCH MYSELF AS AN ARTIST!
The show is really funny and written by John Lutz with direction from Peter Grosz. You can check it out Here .
I have a tiny role on Apple TV’s new show, “Little America”. The show is based on true stories of immigrant experiences and I am in episode 4 “Sylvaine: The Silence” playing “Man with Cold”. What can I say? I got that post nasal drip and I’m not afraid to show it off. The show is great and it is streaming on Apple TV right now!
I have a brand new solo show coming up at Joe’s Pub on November 25th (that’s the Monday before Thanksgiving) at 9:30PM called “The Designing Women Monologues“. I was binge watching the amazing 80’s sitcom and thinking about gender and identity and big hair, and this is what came out of that. Please come see the show! You can buy tickets here!
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The Public Theatre’s Public Works program is a beautiful engagement of community and theatre and I was honored to do my second show with them this summer at The Delacort Theater with Disney’s Hercules. I played Panic, and here is some footage of this beautiful production.
Grief Bacon is a recommended show by Time Out New York! If Time Out says you should see something, you really should. Don’t you think? The show is Tuesday August 20th at 9:30PM at Joe’s Pub! You can get tickets right here. Please come. It’s never the same if you aren’t there.
Check out this article in Metro Weekly about Bright Colors being performed in Washington DC at the Studio Theatre. I will be doing the show until July 28th, so if you are in the nations capital in the next couple of weeks, come have a drink and see a funny show. If you are in DC at any time, you probably need a drink and to see a funny show, so I feel like I’m doing God’s work.
Grief Bacon comes back to Joe’s Pub August 20th at 9:30PM! Please come see this solo show. It’s funny, there are songs, and at one point I take my pants off. What more could you possibly want?!?! Here is the link to tickies baby! http://bit.ly/2YX2ouN