theatre kids: a love story

It doesn’t matter why, but a few weeks ago I had the opportunity to watch a group of teenagers whom I don’t know be inducted into the International Thespian Society. I watched them have their names called out by their peers, watched them walk across the stage in their professional best– which for one kidContinue reading “theatre kids: a love story”

in which our intrepid heroine rambles on about theatre and running. again.

Good news, nerds! runDisney just published the Digital Event Guide for the Star Wars Rival Run Weekend. SOMETHING NEW TO MEMORIZE YAY. The fact that’s the most deeply burned into my brain regarding logistics for the Sunday morning half marathon? The fact that runners are encouraged to be bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and all-aboard official event transportationContinue reading “in which our intrepid heroine rambles on about theatre and running. again.”

intrinsic value & the mortality of theatre

When a show’s about to close and I don’t know what’s next for me, I fear becoming invisible. If I’m not making my presence known, whether it’s through performing or blogging or feeling brave enough to show up at parties, then what’s the point of existing? My favorite sign at the zoo is in theContinue reading “intrinsic value & the mortality of theatre”