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 […]

Week Round-Up of Director’s Lab West 2014

You know how I said I would do daily write-ups of my experiences at Director’s Lab West? There’s something about 12-hour days that makes that easy to punk out on. Anyway, here’s the roundup, based on my notes taken in a notebook provided by DLW. Swag! We got swag for the 15th anniversary. Yeah! 5/18/14 […]

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, […]

Digital and Analog

I’ve mentioned before that I’m a nerd, both for theatre and video games. I kind of love technology and think it’s amazing, but my craft is in theatre. I’m not a stage technician or engineer of any sort, either – I’m a director and dramaturg, with occasional forays into writing and acting. That’s pretty analog […]

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 […]

Running My Fingers Through the Water: Creating a Play from Scratch with Annex’s and Rain City Projects’s SECOND DATE

It’s nearly April, and it’s been over a month since SECOND DATE, a project co-produced by Annex Theatre and Rain City Projects, ended. It’s taken me awhile to get it together to write about this project, but here we go.   Back in December, I mentioned an email I received proposing the SECOND DATE project […]

Insert something pithy about the New Year here

Last year, I examined, in an armchair statistics way, what Seattle theatre was like based on SeattlePerforms.com and how many of the theatres’ websites still existed. This year, I don’t have that much to say. Aside from the Intiman crumbling, which I’ve been blogging about pretty extensively, there hasn’t been much development. Not that I’ve […]

“little world” at the Lee Theatre, part of Seattle University

Finally, I managed to see a show opening weekend! Good for me. “little world” is part puppet show, part kids’ show, and part very adult tragedy. Here’s the blurb from the Seattle U website: A woman creates and retreats to a little world of her own… a safe place where she can hide from all […]