Second theatrical audition of the year + first time in to casting office UDK + reading for two reporter roles = cast in season one episode eight of Ryan Murphy’s new first responder drama “9-1-1” on FOX. Less than twenty-four hours after my audition, I was on location filming on Valentine’s Day. Wardrobe, makeup, hair, … Continue reading “9-1-1”
On December 9th, I played a donuts-obsessed member of a support group for those afflicted with limerence in Huge creator and Nashville scribe Savannah Dooley’s play Lovesick for Gina Young’s SORORITY at the Lyric-Hyperion Theater in Silverlake. Sarcasm and eating donuts on stage: my dream job. Thanks Doolz! Continue reading “Sorority: Preexisting Conditions” at the Lyric-Hyperion
Dana Patrick on camera and Rachel Stolte on hair and makeup are my dream team. Continue reading New Headshots
This past weekend, I got to bask for the second time in the particular glory that is Gina Young’s Feminist Acting Class. Gina teaches a three day workshop focusing on texts and roles for women and by women and gender non-conforming folks that involves multi-layered conversation on the political acts potentially embedded in performance art. … Continue reading Feminist Acting Class at the WCCW
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
This morning, my screenwriting partner Tim Youker and I got great news: our one hour drama pilot script “Untouched” is a top three finalist in the Stanford Alumni in Entertainment Television Pilot Screenwriting Contest. We find out later this month if we won, with industry table read to follow. Fingers crossed for all our fictional … Continue reading “Untouched” is a Finalist!
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