Hey guys, I have some exciting news: I will be performing the lead in the first live theater I have done in many years in a play called “Soul less” written by Huston Huddleston.
Soul less is about a 16-year-old girl (Amy Raymond) a self-proclaimed genius who plans on conducting scientific experiments to prove the existence or non-existence of the human soul. It is dark, funny, and maybe a bit bloody at times.
The real challenge was that we only had seven rehearsals to put this show up! I’m really excited about this project and I hope everyone gets a chance to come out and see it. If you are in the Los Angeles area it plays every Friday and Saturday night through the rest of June 2012, 8:30pm at Zombie Joe’s Underground theatre in North Hollywood. Check out the details below and I hope to see you there!!!
(Here is an added bonus of discount tickets! Get ’em while they last!)
Last month (Sept. 2011) I filmed an AMAZING guest spot on the show “The Closer” starring Kyra Sedgewick, and also guest starring was Elizabeth Perkins who plays my mom! I can’t begin to describe what an amazing experience that was for me, being surrounded by such a talented cast and crew. The director for the episode was Nelson McCormick, and he is hands down one of the best directors I have had the pleasure of working with. I walked away from the whole thing feeling so very blessed and excited for it to air, not to mention excited to continue getting opportunities to work with such great people. THAT is one reason why I love what I do, and I can’t get enough of it!
The Closer is in the final season after being on for seven and my episode will air sometime around December (or so I gathered from all the christmas decorations hung up in the “police station”).
Last week, I shot and wrapped an incredible Honda commercial, with as many equally talented people. The best part about this was that I got to travel all around California and see places I never would have thought to see before – Monterey Bay, The Golden Gate Bridge, Lake Tahoe, Half Moon Bay; it was definitely one of those experiences that will stay with me forever, and I am very lucky to have been a part of the project. I can’t reveal much else about it, but will let you know when the spot airs closer to the end of 2011. After that, I traveled to San Diego and shot a San Diego Gas and Electric Commercial – great director there too. I was TOTALLY exhausted by the time I arrived in San Diego after being on the road driving for a week, but it was well worth it. I can’t help but stand back and be completely thankful for every blessing that has been coming my way. It is really true what they say, hard work and perseverance DOES pay off, even if sometimes it seems like it takes forever. Just keep plugging away, because eventually everything you dreamed about will fall into its right place.
I will keep y’all posted on what’s to come! I’m super excited.
Thank you to those who constantly have been in my corner and always support me – I couldn’t get through the “in-between”, or anything else for that matter, without you.