You Know It’s Been Busy When There’s No Time For the Internet!

I have had a whirl wind of couple of months. I don’t think that even begins to describe it. I shall try and try to keep it brief… Right after Alice in Wonderland closed, I had another amazing weekend in Steven Anderson’s Actorswork intensive. Always walking away fulfilled and with a skip in my step. IContinue reading “You Know It’s Been Busy When There’s No Time For the Internet!”

Alice is About to Adventure in Wonderland!

My Alice in Wonderland Cast! [One of Two anyway…] So proud of all these actors! Can’t wait to share it with you. Cast A opens tomorrow Thursday August 9th @ 7pm and performs Saturday August 11th @ 2pm & 7pm. Cast B [pictured above] opens Friday August 10th @ 7pm and performs Sunday August 12thContinue reading “Alice is About to Adventure in Wonderland!”

Word of the Week – GREASE.

Tech week is upon us! We are all loaded into the Theatre @ Meydenbauer and we are all getting excited to open for you this Thursday. I have never seen so many kids work so hard. Come see for yourselves! Thursday – Sunday @ 7pm Saturday – Sunday @ 2pm. For more details check outContinue reading “Word of the Week – GREASE.”

Singing in the Snow

Ok. Really it’s Singing in the Rain but how many ‘snowmageddons’ do we get in Seattle? Even though after living through a winter in Minnesota the two inches on the ground here is rather laughable. I know, I know Seattle! It’s the hills. It’s the ice! But despite the snow, the ice and what will most likely allContinue reading “Singing in the Snow”

A Christmas Caroling All Weekend!

A Christmas Carol opened this Friday! We hope you can make it to one of our 3 remaining performances this Saturday & Sunday. My cast has created a wonderful retelling of this classic story and I can’t think of a better way for anyone to start off their holiday season. We hope to see youContinue reading “A Christmas Caroling All Weekend!”

Christmas Comes Early

Last week were Fall auditions for the Bellevue Youth Theatre. After 6 months, directing 2 shows & working on 3 other productions I was excited  to be recognizing a lot of the kids coming through. This season I will be adapting & directing A Christmas Carol which will start off the holiday season performing ThanksgivingContinue reading “Christmas Comes Early”

Teaching Art When Schools Can’t

Schools budgets are being cut everywhere. Unfortunately the first programs we see getting cut from schools are the arts, especially in the elementary & middle schools. It is disappointing but it also provides the opportunity for professional artists around the country to step up and find ways to keep arts education available. The arts educationContinue reading “Teaching Art When Schools Can’t”