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!
Words can barely describe how I feel having performed the first ever performance of The Pass on September 27, 218. There were friends in the audience I had not seen for years and I had my niece Stephanie Colorado Trachtenberg and my BMG publisher Kris Munoz by my side, and they were a huge support! … Continue reading Wow London Premiere The Pass
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!!
I am pretty open to new “types” of relationships…this is certainly a new one for me! Today marks the first & only NYC run through with our lighting designer#KenWills for #THEPASS Thrilled to have his vision on board and on stage! The Playground Theatre David Burns PR here we go! Please LIKE our FB page https://www.facebook.com/ThePassMusical/ Beyond excited… Continue reading My 1st lighting designer relationship
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