All Aboard This Stunning Murder on the Orient Express!

As someone who devoured Agatha Christie’s novels when I was a teen, I’m still pinching myself that at last I have stepped into the stylish shoes of her legendary Belgian detective Hercule Poirot to star in Ken Ludwig’s adaptation of Dame Christie’s masterpiece Murder on the Orient Express at the gloriously expanded Maltz Jupiter Theatre. It’s …

Romeo and Juliet was a Hit!

I’ve been so busy that it’s been hard to find time to update my website. Please do follow my Instagram/Facebook/Twitter account for more regular updates—thanks! The Curtain’s production of Romeo and Juliet in Jersey City, directed by Artistic Director Sean Hagerty, won wild praise from critics and audiences alike. We had an absolutely fantastic company—every single …

Romeo and Juliet: Together At Last!

Back in March of 2020, I was two weeks away from starting rehearsals as Friar Laurence in a new cutting of Romeo and Juliet by director/producer Sean Hagerty of Shakespeare@ (the same company for whom I played Polonius in Hamlet in 2019) in Jersey City, NJ. Then covid stopped the world. Flash forward to today, August …

More Praise for My Narration of “Rattle Man”

I’m honored to see some more listener praise bubbling up on Amazon for my narration of Ethan Gaskins’ wonderful debut novel, Rattle Man. You can download and listen to this terrific Nordic space opera from Amazon, Audible, or other major audiobook sellers. Treat yourself to the audiobook today. It’s a great ride!

Arsenic and Old Lace at Barnstormers!

Somehow, despite the fact that I’ve been acting since I was 14, I had never actually done summer stock. Until now. Director Clayton Phillips and Artistic Director Sarah Rozene invited me to venerable Barnstormers Theatre in Tamworth, NH to play the plum role of Dr. Einstein in their production of the classic dark comedy, Arsenic …

Exciting VR360 Sci-Fi Noir Pilot Coming Soon!

Gosh. Things have been so busy, and there’s more coming. But I wanted to post about a couple of awesome projects I’ve completed so far this year. In May/June, I spent 2 weeks in Atlanta, GA shooting a wonderful role in a terrific sci-fi/noir TV pilot shot entirely in 360 degree VR! It’s currently called: …

Catching Up With Broadway!

Wow. The last Broadway show we saw before lockdown was The Minutes (with the original cast). That was March of 2020. Between the pandemic (and two cases of covid myself) and my being out of town a lot in 2022 performing, my husband and I had not taken the plunge and returned to seeing Broadway shows. …

A Tribute to Frank Galati

I woke today to the news that the great artist and lovely human Frank Galati has passed. In the Asolo Repertory Theatre’s 2013-14 season, Frank directed me in a gorgeously detailed PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME! In the rehearsal room with Frank, every word, every silence, every image, and everyone’s input mattered. He wept a lot. …

Farewell 2022, Welcome 2023!

Last year, aka 2022, was really had on a lot of people–including many of us in the arts. For me, the year included a show closed due to covid, a second case of covid for me (and first for Tim) from that production, and a lot of stress around covid testing for two more shows …

Farewell to the Fabulous Forum!

All good things must come to an end, sadly. Our hilarious production of Sondheim’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum closes today after delighting audiences and critics alike. Below are some swell images by Jason Nuttle Photography. Huge thanks again to the one and only Jen Werner, our utterly fantastic director, Caryl …