Since September 20th I have been working, creating, socializing, helping family and exploring these three cities. It has been a packed 25 days and will write much more when I get home. London was a dream come true and the response to THE PASS has been so very positive, it is very rewarding. Here are … Continue reading Traveling Days: New York to London to New York to Aventura to Atlanta and then home!
Love the house I rented…it feels like home. Cooking a nice meal tonight. And I can walk to The Playground Theatre in 2 minutes! Thrilled about that! Yummy, very hungry! Continue reading I’m in London! The Pass opens in 5 days!!
With the up coming premiere of THE PASS in London at The Playground Theatre, and work at KMPR, my life is pretty full and time has become a bit precious. However today as I look back at my time in London and all the amazing people I have known and worked with over the years … Continue reading Great Britain: The Sum of Our Parts
At the end of 2017 I was busy wrapping up a hundred details, tying loose ends as if they were bows on packages, ensuring everything was tidy and pristine. Now 2018 has come and a whole new year lies ahead, a wide-open expanse of time like a prairie covered in snow–it’s beautiful, exciting and scary. … Continue reading THE PASS LONDON 2018
Winter is often seen as down-time, a season to lie low and rejuvenate while waiting for warm weather to return. But as the cold comes and the year turns, I am feeling invigorated and living for new challenges. One thing I’m concentrating on is the promotion of my one-woman musical production THE PASS. As 2018 … Continue reading Racing Through The Snow
The early 80’s was a frivolous time; I was dividing life between NYC and London. Before I went to London, I was asked to sing on two records for The Flirts, who were then a big dance/disco project masterminded by Bobby Orlando. Orlando did try to sign me but I was already on my way to … Continue reading FLIRTING WITH THE FLIRTS
Had a great 4 hours today working with Grumpy Films’s Daniel Sears and Jason Jude on a sizzle reel to promote THE PASS. I answered questions, played a few pieces from a few songs featured in the show. I even read a vignette about the time I walked out on a London stage, the first … Continue reading Action, Take 2 & How Do I Look?