What unfolds in the next hour or so is a story that I can’t say I relate to at all – at least not yet. It’s very much about things like aging, legacy, and love that transcends societal bounds, but I don’t think I will even think about all of that until later in life, let alone look forward to it.Read More
The New Yorker's themselves were hilarious. To any tourist these characters may come off as, well, as characters. But being a native to the big apple I can vouch that these are real people - especially the weird ones. Three that stuck with me were the stay-at-home mum with a Latin nanny that "no habla Ingles," the Mexican delivery boy (played by a Caucasian actor) and the Park Avenue Princess.Read More
Q: Why do you think it’s important to come support small independent theater in New York?
A: (left) I feel like people who are into the more independent thing are more passionate about it and that is where you get better performances.
A: (right) You also get more creativity.Read More
Jump to after the scene where Romeo and Juliet killed themselves.
Both of their families come into their tomb and agree to peace.
Then, Juliet comes back to life and rips off a piece of her mother's flesh.Read More
"This creation process has felt less like a collection of moments and instead just one huge blur of building and experimenting and failing and succeeding. I will say that I loved interviewing my parents. Spending hours at a time with each of them, recording their narration of their relationship and ultimate divorce was such a cool experience. We all reach an age when we realize that our parents are real people, too. While I’ve already had this realization, I got to probe them about a time in their lives when I saw them strictly as my parents."Read More
It occurs to me that I am one of the cast members in this show and I inwardly freak out! I arrived to the theatre, ticket in hand like everybody else, and now I am standing on stage, 1 of 5 people responsible for entertaining an entire audience. How often does that happen?!Read More
In history, this time would go down as the Christmas Truce of 1914. I am no expert on the events of WWI, but for me In Fields Where They Lay celebrates the war's most magical moment and the unshakable nature of humanity, our one great connection.Read More