To the West and Back

April was packed with work, travel, and familiar faces. First up was Youth America Grand Prix’s Finals in New York City. Over a 1,000 kids from across the globe arrived to compete in the Grand Prix. It was a non-stop busy week but I can check off working at the Lincoln Center now.

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A must do when at the Koch Theater at the Lincoln Center.

Straight after that, I was off to Denver for another run of 57 Chevy by Cris Franco. It’s been amazing to work on a show that’s taken me to four different cities and get to know truly dedicated theatre makers at community based teatros. We’ll see where else 57 Chevy will go and hopefully I can still join in for the ride.

And since I was so close to home, I took a mini detour back to sunny California to see friends and family. It was reinvigorating to reconnect with my LA theatre community at the East West Player’s Gala. Everything that’s coming up for everyone is exciting and I couldn’t be more proud to be apart of such a fearless and talented group. Thanks again to Artists at Play for the invite!

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Artists at Play at the East West Players Gala.

Other highlights include catching an invited dress of Rajiv Joseph’s Archduke at the Taper, seeing people I didn’t even expect to run into, and in-n-out (of course).

Next uprisingcircle is volunteering at the Drama League Awards then starting rehearsals with Rising Circle Theater collective on a new play development workshop!

Stand by for more.

 

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