“Sorority: Out” at the Los Angeles Performance Festival

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of performing with a couple of kettlebells in Gina Young’s SORORITY, described as a “performance k-hole evoking the New York City art scene of the 80s and 90s” “centering the work of women, trans and queer performers,” which is “a space for experimental works-in-progress, script-in-hand readings, theatrical situations … Continue reading “Sorority: Out” at the Los Angeles Performance Festival

Measure for Measure

Hollywood Fringe Festival, here we come with our all-female cast and our experimental production of Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” reimagined as a high-stakes card game and crafted for the picnic benches of the Hollywood Rec Center by wunderkind director Anne Brashier.  I’ll be playing Overdone, Isabella, Claudio AND Angelo, as will the rest of the … Continue reading Measure for Measure

To Market, To Market

Recently I attended a branding and marketing workshop at SAG-AFTRA where a group of twenty strangers were tasked with qualifying each other via a sheet of adjectives exhumed from what I can only imagine was a casting office in 1991.  Our facilitator was quick to insist these results would be paramount; I found our options, … Continue reading To Market, To Market

Superfit Hero

Roller derby all star and my CrossFit buddy Micki Krimmel created body positive size-inclusive fitness wear company Superfit Hero, as seen on Project Runway. Her clothes are made locally in a fair wage factory under safe working conditions with high quality materials, and they’re the best gear on the market. When she asked me to … Continue reading Superfit Hero