I Want to Do THAT: Pinpointing the Moment I Wanted to Become a Professional #Actor

I had two surgeries to correct my crooked right leg when I was 13. The summer I turned 14 in 1998, I had the second surgery. Also that summer, I saw Live at Lincoln Center for the first time. They performed Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.  At that point, I had a lot of time on myContinue reading “I Want to Do THAT: Pinpointing the Moment I Wanted to Become a Professional #Actor”

#Shakespeare in the Park is So #MuchAdoAboutNothing & More

Last night, for the first time since I moved to NYC seven years ago, I went to Shakespeare in the Park. Established in 1954 by Public Theatre founder Joseph Papp, Central Park’s Delacorte Theatre draws thousands each season to take part in free outdoor theater. Over the years, award-winning actors have gotten their starts onContinue reading “#Shakespeare in the Park is So #MuchAdoAboutNothing & More”

Matinée at the Met: @ABTBallet Performance of “Giselle” starring @IsabellaABT

A Matinée is an afternoon performance. They’ve always been a favorite of mine as an actor.  Performing on two-show days can be exhausting, but well worth it in the end. Today, I went to a 2:00 p.m. performance of Giselle. That performance just so happened to mark the NY debut of ABT soloist, Isabella Boylston inContinue reading “Matinée at the Met: @ABTBallet Performance of “Giselle” starring @IsabellaABT”