In the Spring of 2012 I was elected to the Board of Directors for UNIMA-USA. My term ran from July 2012- August 2015. While on the Board, I served as Secretary and the inaugural Social Media chair. Based in Atlanta at the Center for Puppetry Arts, UNIMA-USA is the North American Center of Union Internationale de la Marionnette, the oldest international theatre organization in the world. UNIMA-USA’s mission is to promote international understanding and friendship through the art of puppetry.
On November 13th, 2009, I performed Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical at the New Orleans Fringe.Continue reading “Bride of Wildenstein, New Orleans”
In the Spring of 2009, Lynn Jeffries wrote about my work in Puppetry International’s “40 Under 40” edition, in which she likened my performances as “a crazy hall of mirrors, flashing bits of a story from multiple angles [..] held together by a strong idosyncratic personal aesthetic. And lots of fake fur”Continue reading “Puppetry International”
On Friday, August 8th, 2008 Growing Up Linda premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.Continue reading “Growing Up Linda, Edinburgh (Premiere)”
From May 7th-10th 2008, The Cotsen Center for Puppetry and the Arts and CalArts School of Theater presented a full workshop of Growing Up Linda in Valencia, California,Continue reading “Growing Up Linda, Valencia, (workshop)”
In April 12th, 2007 Beyond the Beyond: The Gay Futureworld, in which I was a performer and puppeteer was presented by Cornerstone at the Lilly Tomilin/ Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center, part of the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Directed by Paul Zaloom, Beyond the Beyond was a wild, episodic sci-fi romp through the next 1000 years of humanity that explored civil rights, queer history and the queer world of the future through personal stories gathered, scripted, workshopped and performed by GLBT youth, seniors and professional artists.