We beat the Memorial Day Weekend crowds to nature by going out for an overnight Wednesday/Thursday of last week. This was a straight up car camping adventure. I booked our spot at the Washington State Park Reservation site. We were lucky to get a spot that had direct beach access which was one of myContinue reading “SUP: Wanapum State Park | Columbia River”
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SUP: Luther Burbank Park
As part of my quarantine discovered outdoorsy self, I got us an inflatable stand up paddle board [SUP]. It was one of those things I’d see in instagram photos and think, that could…NO. That should be me! We all think that about a lot of things on instagram I assume… that’s kind of the filtered-FOMO-everyoneislivingtheirbestlife-Continue reading “SUP: Luther Burbank Park”
Lily-Lizard Lake Loop
Welcome to the Outdoor & Artistic Adventures of Rachel & Gavin! We are a guy who spent a lot of time in the outdoors when he was a kid and a gal who has always loved the outdoors but never quite had the confidence to get out there, and together we are learning & lovingContinue reading “Lily-Lizard Lake Loop”
Once Upon A Song at Twilight
When I was 24 years old I had the opportunity to assistant direct, Noël Coward’s A Song at Twilight, at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles. It had an incredible cast: David Rogge, Laurie O’Brien, Alley Mills, and Orson Bean. Working with the director, James Glossman, was great. Being one of those directors who actuallyContinue reading “Once Upon A Song at Twilight”
Like a Virgin…
Participating in the 14/48 Festival is always something special but this weekend, getting to be a part of the band, really reminded me what it was all about… I was challenged, I was excited, I was scared, I got to live out my punk rock princess dreams, surrounded & supported by 5 incredible musicians whoContinue reading “Like a Virgin…”
Opening this Saturday at the Seattle Outdoor Theatre Festival! Learn More Here!
In a time such as this we need gathering places like the theatre more than ever.
You are not alone. Theatre is my home. It is my home Monday-Sunday. It is how I pay my bills. It is where I spend time with my friends. It is where I spend time with strangers. [Sometimes turned friends.] It is where I build blanket forts and tell stories with flashlights hanging from grids.Continue reading “In a time such as this we need gathering places like the theatre more than ever.”
Medea Opens October 21st…
October 18-November 13, 2016 Medea by Euripides Directed by Kelly Kitchens [Assistant Directed by ME!] Experience the Betrayal Here.
The Siblings Grimm is Here!
Spending another summer traveling the Puget Sound area with the 14/48 Project’s park show! Hope you can make it out to see THE SIBLINGS GRIMM! Check out the full schedule HERE.
I SEE a Lot of #SEAthtr
I see a lot of theatre in Seattle [and occasionally other places]. I see a lot of live performances within a variety of genres. And I have begun to record them – and my thoughts on them – on my Instagram. [The goal is 100 performances by the end of 2016.] SEE what I thinkContinue reading “I SEE a Lot of #SEAthtr”