Photo by Paul Green on Unsplash Sentences that I never thought I'd write – what happens to theatre during a global pandemic? We are afraid for our lives and the lives of those around us. Many of our incomes have been hit hard or dried up completely. Performers and theatremakers no longer have access to our sacred space, an [...]
Featured image by Nikhita Singhal on Unsplash As anyone will tell you, pursuing a creative career is not easy. I sometimes feel like I'm making a mistake, like I'm not cut out for this, like I'll never "make it." It is easy for me to get down on myself – I am far from where I wanted to [...]
Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in the world. I first went to the Catalunyan capital when I was 16 on a summer high school program. It was my very first trip without my parents and my first time in Europe. The travel bug bit me and I’ve been hooked ever since. I went [...]
Reimagining A Midsummer Night's Dream as dizzyingly romantic queer love story is an act of resistance.
I’m so blessed to have the family I have. Are we imperfect? Of course. Do we bicker? No doubt. But we are also endlessly loving. I spent Labor Day Weekend in St. Louis visiting extended family including grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. We ate too much this weekend, celebrated no fewer than four birthdays and [...]
Tech/hell week for Hamlet (and every show) has felt like college finals. We huddled together in mutual disarray, wondering if we would make it through. Somehow, we always do. This is such a fraught time for everyone involved in a production. The stress and excitement have a way of pushing us to our limits - performances [...]
This new musical manages to capture both the darkness and the romanticism of the Imperial Russia's mythical princess.