A few bits of exciting news about Permafrost Theatre Collective, which I joined in the Fall of 2018 after taking part in the WHAT I.F. residency/workshop.
1) We just launched our website! Take a look → www.permafrosttheatrecollective.com
2) I'm working on two projects with the collective this spring!
The first: a staged reading of Hospital Days by Michael McGoldrick, which will be performed on Sunday, February 24th.
The second: the next iteration of WHAT I.F., newly dubbed Are you, Alice?, which will be going up at The Tank in March!
I was proud to receive recommended passes for my SAFD renewals in single sword and unarmed at Neutral Chaos Combat! Check out the fights here, with partners Jackson Knight Pierce and Jennifer Carter.
This month I filmed a pilot for an upcoming web series, "UP&UP", with C.S. Fischer (dir.), Kiah Amara (prod.), and Nate Stevenson (DP). More news UPcoming...
I spent a wonderful week this September collaborating on, What I.F.; a new devised piece by Alaskan storyteller turned New Yorker, Christina Rose Ashby. After our week long residency on with Rising Sun on Governors Island, our company plans to continue with the show to bring it to festivals in 2019. For more info, visit Permafrost Theatre Collective's facebook.
Back at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater for another summer! This year, I played the Princess Adrianna in The Magic Cloak, a modern retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princess. Directed by Stephan Russell.
I do bite my thumb... Sir.
This past June, I played Sampson at Hudson Warehouse Theater Company's production of Romeo and Juliet! We held free performances all month in Riverside Park, and also brought the show to inmates at the Manhattan Detention Complex and the Bronx Maritime Facility. The production was directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith.
Company photo before our show on the Bronx Barge
Post-brawl selfie with Sampson and Gregory (Fabricio Santos)