Auditions posted for WNEP’s one-act plays

Chicago's WNEP Theatre has a lovely run of original one-acts this summer!  Two Plays, One Place will be running at Zoo Studios in Ravenswood from July 26th – Aug 17th. RAINBOWS AND LOLLIPOPS by Dave Goss (to be directed by Rebecca Langguth) THE TRIBUTE by Rebecca Langguth (to be directed by Amanda Rountree) We're looking … Continue reading Auditions posted for WNEP’s one-act plays

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Two Original One Act Plays this Summer

I'm an ensemble member of a pretty great theatre company here in Chicago called WNEP (What No one Else Produces) and this summer, we've got two original one-act plays coming up! RAINBOWS AND LOLLIPOPS by Dave Goss (to be directed by Rebecca Langguth) THE TRIBUTE by Rebecca Langguth (to be directed by Amanda Rountree) Both … Continue reading Two Original One Act Plays this Summer

The Ultimate Storytelling Event

I am incredibly honored and excited to be one of the storytellers in Chicago's 13th Annual SKALD Storytelling Competition hosted by the wonderful WNEP Theatre.  The first night is improvised storytelling, the second night, each storyteller gets seven minutes to spin their yarn.  I'll be there Saturday the 16th.  Will you?  Click here to get … Continue reading The Ultimate Storytelling Event

The Right Mix

Since moving to Chicago as an improviser, I have ironically, been performing a lot less improvisational theatre than I was when I was living in Seattle.  Surprisingly, there just isn't a huge amount of the type of improvised work that truly feeds my soul out here.  This was frustrating at first, but Chicago being the … Continue reading The Right Mix

Frickin’ Awesome Theater Company

When I first moved to Chicago, a friend told me about a theater that performed "What No one Else Produces."  I was immediately intrigued.  A little over a year later, I was fortunate enough to become an ensemble member of that company--WNEP Theater.  We do about one or two big projects a year.  It's made … Continue reading Frickin’ Awesome Theater Company

The (Edward) Hopper Project

Last night was the first rehearsal in the actual space for WNEP's show that opens next week.  Because the show is based on the paintings of Edward Hopper (and perhaps also because I am such a visual person), I've been crossing my fingers for a very visually stimulating set.  After last night's rehearsal, I am … Continue reading The (Edward) Hopper Project