Pansies are blooming in my kitchen window and a dove is
nesting on my fire escape. Spring is here! But before I delve fully into what's ahead at Art & Soul Acting in April, there's much to say about March.
A huge shout out to the fabulous attendees of my recent 1-day acting intensive:
Mastering the Art of the Cold Reading, the Audition & the Interview. Thank you for making it such a wonderful and inspiring experience; I loved watching everyone stretch, learn and grow throughout the day.
If you weren't able to be a part of the intensive recently, I plan to offer it again in the summer, date TBA. The actors who attended in March walked away...
- with a concrete structure through which to approach cold readings,
- they worked with Bobby Holder to refine their interviewing skills (Bobby's knowledge of best agent interviewing skills and techniques is truly extraordinary!),
- and finally they practiced what they learned with Generation TV's legit agent, Mallory Levy.
It was a powerful day!
On March 25 I took part in the chalk memorial honoring the (mostly) women who died in the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire.
And, acting-wise, I just returned from Maine where I was thrilled to take part in a reading of a new and absolutely wonderful translation of
The Three Sisters
at Bowdoin College.
This month join me for my weekly & ongoing
Drop-In Acting Class
each Wednesday night. (Please note, no class 4/13 as I will be performing my solo show in Lincoln, NE.)
And don't miss the next
Book Club for Actors
. Meetings focusing on the plays of Amy Herzog will be held at the end of April. There's still reading time -- details below.
Art & Soul Acting