One week and two days!

Here’s some updated info on “Infinite Expectation of the Dawn”: All shows will be at the Northwest Film Forum, room 2! OFFICIAL DATES/TIMES! Thursday, September 18th: 6:30 PM Friday, September 19th: 9:30 PM Saturday, September 20th: 6 PM Sunday, September 21st: 4 PM All tickets $10. You can join my Facebook invite if you want. […]

The Revolution Will Be Digitized

I gave myself the month of June to make final edits to my solo performance, “Infinite Expectation of the Dawn.” And I did. And now it’s July and just in time for Independence Day, I get to quit that part of the process and move on. Yay! (I also pulled out numerous eyebrow hairs and […]

Oh wait, what? I have a blog. That’s right, I remember now.

Since I posted in March about my excitement to go to Director’s Lab West 2014, I have remained quiet. What’s that crap about? Seriously. Well, the big note is depression. Until this past Monday, I had no theatre plans after DLW, and that always makes me antsy. Once “Mr. Pim Passes By” opened in January, […]

Shout-Out to New, Local Theatre in Seattle

Seattle’s theatres have echoed a common complaint in the last several years – we’re tired of feeling stifled by continuous Shakespeare and Arthur Miller productions. We want to do new work, locally-produced and -created. Fortunately, Seattle theatre artists have caught up very quickly with the request. Theatres like Annex, Washington Ensemble Theatre, and the Satori […]

The Seattle Fringe Festival is Back for 2013!

  As of last night, the Seattle Fringe Festival is officially back for 2013! Festival planners hosted a kick-off party at the Garage, with bowling and billiards, which made it hard to hear announcements, but was still a nice idea. I can say that I partied with Fringe big-wigs when the applications officially went online. […]

Audience Engagement In Theatre Creation

I’ve been sitting on the following articles for a few weeks now. Natalie V. Hall’s #2TweetorNot2Tweet Gwydion Suilebhan’s Theatrical Biodiversity Alex Barron on HowlRound’s ┬áBlog – 13P: Easy to Revere, Tough to Recreate And also some good news for Seattle: building 12th Avenue Arts is well underway, and Capitol Hill’s Pike & Pine St corridor […]

Good news, Seattle Theatre Scene!

First, and most obviously, the Seattle Fringe Festival is back. Not just having committee meetings, but for realsies it’s back – they’re accepting applications through their website for a September 19-23rd, 2012 run! In other, suddenly-announced news, there’s a new building going up – slated for completion in 2014 – that will be right across […]