Chicago and Me

Seven years ago, I moved to Chicago from Seattle.  I landed in a whirlwind of auditions and new opportunities and took on all sorts of fun and wonderful projects.  One of these projects was a ridiculous show called "Impress These Apes," which, if you're in Chicago and haven't heard of it, you should totally check [...]

The Fillet of Solo Festival is happening now!

Chicago's solo performance festival is happening right now and it's kind of a big deal.  Lots of amazing performers are on the two-week long schedule and I am delighted to be performing two different times.  The annual festival is hosted by Lifeline Theatre and all of the wonderful details can be found by going to [...]

Buddhas/Bruiser: Only ONE more chance!

My solo show, 185 Buddhas has one more performance in Chicago before it heads to the west coast!  And if you come out to see one of these Chicago performances, you're in for a treat, because my show is running on a double bill with Kelsie Huff's solo-show, Bruiser. But you only have one more [...]

185 Buddhas returns to Chicago in October!

If you missed seeing this solo show during its run earlier this year, now you'll have another chance to see it!  But I have even more good news:  185 Buddhas will be appearing along side Kelsie Huff's fantastic solo show, Bruiser!  Essentially, you can buy one ticket, but see two great one-woman shows in one [...]

SNORF!

So there's this great puppet company here in Chicago called The Noah Ginex Puppet Company.  It was created by this guy, Noah, who happens to be super talented at making puppets.  So talented, that he was even nominated for a Jeff award for design!  I've worked with Noah and his company before in different shows [...]

Two Original One Act Plays this Summer

I'm an ensemble member of a pretty great theatre company here in Chicago called WNEP (What No one Else Produces) and this summer, we've got two original one-act plays coming up! RAINBOWS AND LOLLIPOPS by Dave Goss (to be directed by Rebecca Langguth) THE TRIBUTE by Rebecca Langguth (to be directed by Amanda Rountree) Both [...]