April 29, 2015
Cast of Our New Girl

Find the Alexander Teacher!

Can you spot the Alexander Technique teacher in this photo of the cast of Our New Girl? You’ve got it, I’m on the far right! I’m […]
November 20, 2013

On Being Funny

The final weekend of PETE’s Song of the Dodo is approaching, and I am thinking about what it means to “get a laugh.” Act I of Dodo […]
September 15, 2013

Auditions (From Both Sides of the Table)

The whistling scene from Pina Bausch’s “1980” evokes the feeling of an audition: the competition, the nerves, the feeling of exposure and vulnerability. Unless you’re an accomplished […]
July 31, 2013

Things Happen Without You Trying

“I find the Alexander Technique very helpful in my work. Things happen without you trying; they get to be light and relaxed. You must get an […]
May 7, 2013

Le Grand Continental, Revisited

This Saturday at Union Station in Portland you can witness the reunion of last September’s momentous event, Le Grand Continental.  This time there will be 50 […]
February 14, 2013

Why Stopping (Every 90 Minutes) Makes Us More Productive

We’ve all heard the phrase, “Work smarter, not harder,” but what does it really mean? What does “smart work” look like? For starters, smart work stops […]
January 8, 2013

R3 – A Radical Re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Richard III

PETE’s newest play, R3, opens next weekend. I am over-the-top excited to perform with PETE in this smart, sexy adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard III. For show times and tickets, click here. […]
August 18, 2012

Basement Lament

I wanted to share this wonderful photo (of yours truly) taken during PETE‘s performance, ‘Fragments of Hecuba’ at the JAW Festival last month at Portland Center Stage. […]
June 15, 2012

Neck Free at On the Boards

Here’s a quick update from Seattle, where I’m performing with PETE at the NW New Works Festival at On the Boards. Dress rehearsal went well last night, […]