Saturday, August 24, 2013


Hey everyone - 
Thanks for stopping by my little place in cyberspace. I haven't updated in awhile because I got married, and then went into rehearsals for a show.
I will be catching anyone who cares up in my catch up posts (see catch up #1 below) - a sort of serial style version of what happened at the wedding, and since (so I don't have to write it all in one post). But in the meantime, we must acknowledge the present and future!
I am currently in Miss Saigon at Signature Theatre, which runs through September 29th (just extended). I am in the ensemble, and was also Assistant Choreographer.  Here are some shots from the show, courtesy of Chris Mueller.

If you have not secured your tickets yet, I would do so ASAP.  The show is selling out like crazy. The cast is fantastic, and I am having a great time doing it.  It is an exhausting show, however. When you aren't on stage, you are changing clothes for the next time you come on. But to be a part of this epic show is a dream come true, and I am so grateful to be a part of this incredible cast.
Our musical, Night of the Living Dead is going to have its regional premiere in St. Louis this fall, at New Line Theatre. It runs October 10th to November 2nd. I am thrilled to see how it goes, and excited to see it having life since it's first full production last year.
I am involved in several other productions later this year and next, but I can't say what they are yet, because they haven't released the full casts yet, so ....details to follow. 
So in the meantime, come see Miss Saigon - it is not to be missed - TICKETS HERE.
If you want more info on New Line Theatre in St. Louis, check it out HERE.
Thanks for reading, and I will continue to update as we go through the run of Miss Saigon.

Catch Up Blog post #1

Well, it would have been easy to blog during the Tropical storm if the internet signal stayed consistent for more than a few minutes.  So I didn't.  Also, a few things fell through with people performing in the wedding, and I was too busy trying to fix that, while hundreds of miles away, on an island, with poor signal, in the middle of a Tropical Storm.
So that happened.
Before I knew it, it was time to come home and set up for the wedding.
We came home on June 9th and got to work loading up the truck and taking things down to the theatre. My friends Julie and Mike from Pennsylvania came and helped, as well as about 12 other friends. We must have set up until 2am.
Then it was home to bed (where I don't think either of us slept much) before the big day...