When you’re a musical theatre kid and you didn’t get to do a show this year so you take matters into your own hands #3minutemusicals lol. This is the first time in at least 5 years that I haven’t done a show. Wishing you and yours a warm, happy and healthy holiday season.
I adore film (and I’m looking forward to doing television!) however there is nothing like being on stage. I’m currently in a play called Torn: The Willie Lynch Letter. It’s a fantastic show by writer Jermaine Harris, that juxtaposes the ramifications of Willie Lynch’s letter in 1712, when it was written, against the post traumatic […]
This past weekend, upon leaving rehearsal for a play, I got into a little altercation with one of my cast mates. I asked him, what to me was, a VERY simple question, and he took offense to it. He pulled one of those kitchen sink arguments so prevalent in female culture. You know the ones […]
Well if this wasn’t a great way to start the day! I received an e-mail from the writer/director of my current show “The Cosbys: The Lost episode” explaining that we’d gotten a good review: Very funny characterizations and efficient, fast-paced, believable blocking in Buster Spiller’s self-directed The Cosby’s: The Lost Episode elicit the most audience […]
I’m so excited and honored to have been a part of the inaugural production of Soul Children’s Theatre’s “Don’t You Want to be Free” by Langston Hughes. This was one of my favorite shows that I’ve ever been a part of. It was truly “edu-taining.” Written in 1937, it journey through slavery and beyond to […]
I’m not just saying this because I was a member of the cast, but if you missed The Black Nativity on December 20th or December 21st, you missed quite a show. It was a pretty good show throughout the entirety of it’s run, but we really put out feet in it last night and tonight. […]