Sunday, November 5, 2006

You are invited to help me celebrate!

I have been doing theatre since the age of 9 in California, but my hope has always been to test my skills on the big stages of New York City. I am proud to say that next week I have the honor of performing in my first show since moving to the city and I hope that you will be able to share it with me!


What: A camera is the only witness in Camera-Ready Art -- a trilogy of short thrillers. In "Shutterbug", a photographer of the macabre tries to convince his listener that he isn't inhuman. In "And Everything Nice," an ex-convict, just having served time on a bum rap, hooks up with a liberal man of means to help her go straight -- with deadly consequences. And in"Wedding Album (Photographs Presented in Reverse-Chronological Order)," photographs of a small, impromptu wedding between a diplomat and his secretary at a foreign embassy serve as a memento of one party's murderous compulsion.

Who: Erin Cronican* stars in "Wedding Album" as The Bride. The evening also stars Debra Kay Anderson*, Rozie Bacchi*, Manish Dayal, Eric Dente*, Robert Dioguardi*, William Franke*, and Barry Steely (* denotes member of Actors' Equity Association.)

When: Thursday, November 9 at 8pm
Friday, November 10 at 8pm
Saturday, November 11 at 8pm
Sunday, November 12 at 3pm

Where: The Players Loft - 115 MacDougal Street, New York City

How: Tickets are $18.00 and can be purchased through TheaterMania.com or by calling TheaterMania at (212) 352-3101.

If you plan to attend, please let me know what day you will be there so I know to look for you afterward.

One other detail- my birthday, as well my final performance, is on November 12 so if you want to kill two birds with one stone, come see the show on that day (I will likely head to a bar or restaurant afterwards for a post show birthday celebration!)

Hope to see you there!

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Excuse me, was that Kindness???


So, I was on the bus the other day, traveling from the east to the western side of Central Park so I could go to rehearsal on the west side of midtown Manhattan. The buses can sometimes get crowded, and there are signs posted around the bus reminding us that if all seats are filled and a pregnant, disabled or elderly person gets on board, we should offer our seats to them. Luckily, I had a seat, but I always keep an eye out to see if anyone needs to sit, particularly if I am coming close to my stop. One stop invited a large amount of people onboard, and when an older woman with a shopping bag stood in front of me, I decided to offer her my seat. She declined at first, but when I let her know that my stop was coming up anyway, she took the opportunity to take the weight off her feet.

As soon as she sat down, she started talking to the man next to her, who appeared to be close to her age. I try not to listen but, as she is so close, I couldn’t help but hear her conversation. I suddenly tune in to exactly what she is saying... “I am so tired of people thinking that I am elderly. I’m only only 50 years old! People don’t need to give up their seat to me, but they keep offering. Do I look old?” she impatiently asks the gentleman. He says no and laughs, telling her that he gets the same thing and she should just enjoy it. She continues to complain, and I am thinking, “Hello... I am right here! And you are complaining as though I am not standing 6 inches away from you.”

So this has gotten me a little frazzled. I mean, is it or is it not a courtesy to give up your seat for someone? Does it matter why I am giving it up? Should I just get up and not tell the person I am doing it for them? Must I hide these niceties for fear of offending someone? Or should I just blankly stare out the window and not care who may need my seat? Maybe I need to have an “age-o-meter” handy so I can tell precisely who needs a seat and who doesn’t:

“This says you are only 69- sorry, you’re not old enough to be considered elderly.”
“Sorry, you may have diabetes and be losing your hair, but that wouldn’t get you a disabled placard and you won’t be getting my seat.”
“Oh, you are 80, on oxygen, and have hip dysplasia? Ok, sit right down!”

So many details to consider, when I would rather just be playing sudoku.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Pics from my film shoot

I have just posted photos from the film shoot "A Test of Time"- I will soon post stories as well...


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