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!
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
As a musical performer I’ve been told I often use sweeping and dramatic gestures and move about a lot on stage. What I’m learning now is that being a singer with a band is a lot different than doing a one-woman show. As I rehearse my show THE PASS it’s been brought to my attention … Continue reading Reigning it in: Staging a Production
After months of searching, I am happy to say I have found a great pianist Marta Sanchez to help me launch my show THE PASS. Marta is from Madrid, Spain and is currently living in Brooklyn. She has an impressive background with degrees in both classical and jazz composition. Marta has toured the US, Europe, South … Continue reading Larga Vida el Paso – Meet Marta Sanchez
I was enjoying my toasted bagel with butter and Marmite this morning and another post came to mind. I wait for inspiration to hit before I write a new post. I learned about Marmite while living in London. I discovered many things while living there aside from the lovely savory salty spread including Kate Bush, my … Continue reading Stand Up 4 Multicultural Food & Music & Ariana Grande Goodwill Ambassador
Gender specific labeling seems to be something young people are playing with or even not settling in with or committing to in the midst of all the non commitments we are seeing. Relationships, governments, incomes, cell phones, computers, software, safety – all changing moment to moment. Oh FAST TIMES AT EARTH HIGH. Change is consistent and … Continue reading Gender Confusion or Gender Fluidity
My interview with composer Svjetlana Bukvich regarding her upcoming June 1-3 performances with Janis Brenner & Dancers at Gibney’s Agnes Varis Dance Center, New York I had the opportunity to work with Kennedy Moore who runs ASK A NEW YORKER interviewing various artists in NYC for AANY Entertainment column. I really enjoyed the experience and … Continue reading My interview with composer Svjetlana Bukvich