Transformational Theatre/Storytelling

Kitchen Chronicles

NOTE:  I apparently wrote this blog entry well over a year ago.  I’m still working on Kitchen Chronicles.  I’d still love to hear from folks…   Umpteen years ago I took a workshop with the amazing Jay O’Callahan. In that workshop we did a small exercise where we imagined the life of a kitchen implement.  Kitchen Chronicles

Thoughts on Goleniów

After nearly a month living in northwestern Poland with the Touchstone Theatre ensemble, working at/for/with an international theatre festival, I’ve had a few thoughts. Pierogies are hard to make. The Polish people are generous, thoughtful, kind, and willing to help with anything. There are madly talented people all over the world. I’m starting to allow Thoughts on Goleniów

Dictating Dictatorship

For the past few months I’ve been at work on a new play called Dictators 4 Dummies at Touchstone Theatre.  It’s by fellow Touchstone Ensemble Member Christopher Shorr, with fun music, even more fun dances, and witty, sharply biting political satire.  And I play 6 of the dictators, 5 of them historical, 1 of them a Dictating Dictatorship

What a Wonderful (and small) World

It was May of 2016 and I was about to head off for a three week tour in Europe with Touchstone Theatre (Bhudoo performed in Budapest and at the FLIPT Theatre festival in Italy).  My husband and I were having dinner with our neighbors, a delightful couple we’ve come to call friends. Hans:  Where are What a Wonderful (and small) World

Budapest…or bust

Hello friends! So world travelers….if any of you are spending time in Europe this summer (or if you are already in Europe) I hope you might find your way to one of these beautiful locales…   I’m happy to say that two weeks from now, I’ll be landing in Budapest, Hungary about to perform for Maladype Budapest…or bust