Good morning, everyone! The Thursday reading for "Who Mourns for Bob the Goon?" was spectacular! Everyone involved is so ridiculously talented. I can't wait to see where it goes!
Today I'm shooting a short film, so I have to get moving. More updates for you next Sunday!
"I learn something from everybody, but when you work with somebody like that, you actually learn things you can put in your toolbox, things about craft." - Bruce McGill about Michael Caine
I have been crazy busy with rehearsals! It's been fun exploring the differences in the characters I'm playing, but it's even more fun to see just how similar they are. Preparing for three different shows at once can be a little overwhelming, but it mostly helps me with perspective, in a psychological sense. After all, when we get down to details, how different are any of us?
Moving back to show info, I hope to see everyone at "Who Mourns for Bob the Goon?" on Thursday! The show starts at 1:30pm at The Paradise Factory (64 East 4th Street) as part of the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity. Tickets are free, so why not? My colleagues are so amazingly talented, so I know this is going to be a spectacular show!
"The career stuff is easy; it is just about saying, 'Yes, I would love to to come and do that.' But I have not cleaned my bathroom in three months." - Amy Ryan
I am so grateful and thrilled about the opportunities presented to me at the moment! I am honored with every chance to act that is offered to me, but I am wonderfully bewildered to be acting in three separate theatre pieces from now till mid-August.
What other spectacular things are ahead? This is only the beginning!
""If' and 'only' are the two words in the English language that should never be put together."
What a spectacular week! I started rehearsals for the play I'm in (Marilyn and Jack, which will open mid-July; details to come), and had two more auditions. I'll start rehearsals for the reading I'm in (Who Mourns for Bob the Goon?,taking place 2pm on June 25 as part of the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity) two Tuesdays from now. This is definitely a good sign!
"What was peculiar about that situation was that my aspirations were so far below what actually happened." - Chiwetel Ejiofor
I apologize for being late to our weekly blog time together! I picked up another job, which combined with all of my other work leaves me so overbooked, I can't remember what day it is (typical NYC story).
Good news is, though, that I booked the role! I will be playing Alison in the theatrical reading of Who Mourns for Bob the Goon, written by Joshua Young. The reading will take place June 25, but I'll post all of the details soon so you can come see the show!
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