The only way to get something out of your head is to art it out draw out the image paint out the dream write out the story poem out the feelings then you can go on about your day when a creative force strikes, it’s not always something pretty and fun sometimes it is the … Continue reading art it out
HIghwire is the newest addition to the improv and comedy scenes in the Atlanta area. I am delighted to be the Improv Artistic Director, as well as Education Associate Director (I'll be teaching our beginning and master improv classes, as well as continuing to sculpt the training center). If you haven't checked us out at 3041 … Continue reading Highwire Comedy
Every artist is familiar with the uncomfortable feeling of being too far away from creative projects for too long; I was a bit nervous that I wouldn’t find something soon enough down south. But, boy, I sure did arrive in Atlanta at the right time. Right about the time we moved down here, I met … Continue reading This post has one title; I have two.
It rained here the other day with such big, round drops, that a person could walk five paces in between getting wet. But that was just one rain. The big-drop rain doesn’t seem to be the dependable personality of the rain here. The one constant I’ve seen so far is its ability to both approach … Continue reading The Rain Here
Seven years ago, I moved to Chicago from Seattle. I landed in a whirlwind of auditions and new opportunities and took on all sorts of fun and wonderful projects. One of these projects was a ridiculous show called "Impress These Apes," which, if you're in Chicago and haven't heard of it, you should totally check … Continue reading Chicago and Me
Chicago's solo performance festival is happening right now and it's kind of a big deal. Lots of amazing performers are on the two-week long schedule and I am delighted to be performing two different times. The annual festival is hosted by Lifeline Theatre and all of the wonderful details can be found by going to … Continue reading The Fillet of Solo Festival is happening now!
I lived in the pacific northwest--Seattle, specifically--for nine years. Although I'm from the south originally, the pacific northwest always felt like home. It was a no-brainer for me to at least attempt to do a tour out this way. I toured my first solo show, The Good, the Bad, and the Monkey to Bellingham, Seattle, … Continue reading Northwest Tour Update