Since closing the magnificent production of The Grimaldis in May, I've been forced to take it easy. I underwent my third foot surgery in June to hopefully put an end to some dance-related injuries and pain from the last 10 years (has it really been that long?). Fortunately, that has given me time to see some amazing Seattle theater and film, and also be available for several unique projects I might not otherwise have been able to do!
I'm excited to announce I'll be doing voiceover work tonight on a friend's personal project, that I'm pretty honored to be a included in. It is called "Oocyte Ritual" and is part of Inheritance, Maiden, Mother, Crone, which is being produced by Sinner Saint Burlesque. You can catch it at Theater Off Jackson this October 9th-19th.
My improv and sketch comedy group Turbo Turkey is going to be busy all summer long as well! You can see us performing improv at the Burien Actor's Theater Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 7pm and 9:30pm starting July 25th.
I've also been asked to do a staged reading for NPA at Seattle Repertory Theater this September 9th at 7pm (it's free! You should come!). It's a musical called North Wind Blowin', written by David A. Tucker II, with songs by him and Scott Warrender, and Don Latarski. I'll be playing Anne-Marie.
Which reminds me, I've just agreed to do the NPA's super fun Double Shot festival (third time now! Also free!) this October 18th. If you've never experienced this frenzy of overnight writing followed by same-day rehearsal and performance you're missing out!
This is shaping up to be a pretty great summer of fun little projects. Hope to see you there!