Thursday, July 29, 2021

Who's on Thirty-First?

I am!

Well, technically, The Fragmented Festival is on first on the thirty-first, at 7 pm Eastern.

What's on second?

Well, technically, Our Digital Stories is also on first, as it too will debut at 7 pm on the thirty-first, but on Pacific time.

Who's on third?

I don't know.

Well, technically, I do know: nothing else.

I also know that there's no Cost(ello) to enjoy either of these virtual offerings.

What's with all the puns, you ask?

What can I say? It's an old...Habbott.

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Hollywood If I Could...

...and I can.

So I will -- participate in the first episode of the Hollywood Fringe Festival's virtual cabaret.

Please join me on the fringes of society variety tonight, Tuesday, July 27, at 8 p.m. Pacific.

Because why binge-watch when you can fringe-watch?

Friday, July 16, 2021

Indy Jestin'


It was Captain Cragen who stated, "You don't get to pick the vic."

I, however, can be credited with the following statement: "You don't get to pick Civic. But they get to pick you."

And they have. 

Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette will feature a rom-com of mine in their 9th Annual 10-Minute Play Festival in Indiana this weekend, July 16-18.

Because why be at sixes and sevens when you can be at nines and tens?

Friday, June 25, 2021

ALAP History

 

This weekend, history comes out alive and high-kicking in the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights' Pride Reading Festival.

My play in the festival is one of history's mysteries Ms-stories, and will be "scene" and heard loud and queer at 2 PM Pacific on Saturgay, June 26.

And no, that's not a typo.

That's a WeHo.

As in: WeHope you enjoy the show.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Laptop-Notch


Or, if you prefer, desktop-notch.

Both descriptions describe the digital delight My (Virtually) Perfect Roommate, a world premiere presented by New England theatre company ShirleyArts!

But don't call me Shirley.

Call me Zephyr, the recorder-riffing hippie chick I portay in the play, in a performance dedicated to my dad, a diehard Deadhead.

Make room(ie) in your schedule to see the show, which is on view for one day: all day Saturday, June 26.

Click now or forever hold your peace sign.