Wow, I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I’ve blogged! So much has happened: my full-length play was produced in San Francisco, another one of my ten-minute plays was produced in northeast PA, I had the privilege of playing Lady Macbeth in the Scottish play, I got to live a dream playing River Tam in our most recent Art of Combat Intensive, we produced our first Underage Theatre, I earned my green belt in American Combat Karate and I got a new full-time teaching job.
That’s a pretty full year. In case you were wondering why I didn’t have time to blog. ;-)
But now I’m back! At least, I hope I’m back. There are so many exciting things happening in the theatre world (right now I am excited/bitter about the production of The Crucible being performed at the Old Vic in London; excited because of director Yael Farber’s vision and Richard Armitage’s performance; bitter because I don’t live anywhere near London and the show is sold out). Anyway, there’s a lot to write about, both personally and in the theatre community at large. For starters, I’d love to share some pictures from the production of my play, Drowning Ophelia, directed by Ellery Schaar of Repurposed Theatre and performed in October 2013. My hubby and I got to see the show in San Francisco with my best friend and her husband; it was a fantastic trip and I look forward to telling you more about it very soon, along with sharing what other women are accomplishing in the industry. Hopefully these will hold you over until then. :-)
Photos by Ted Davis. Poster design and photo by Robbie Sweeney Photography.