NYC. I am soooo happy NY is starting to bounce again. It finally feels like we have really exited the pandemic. Though theater and entertainment are a desert, I have been zipping around to galas and other events, taking classes, and hosting monthly tea salons ☕ — something I did in the before times with some of the coolest artists around;). (If you want to pop into a tea time, send me a message through the email address in the footer).
NYC. I forget how insanely talented people are in this city. Glad we are getting a little more live performance these days. Get thee to The Slipper Room.
NYC. Herstory in the House/Quills Fest wins Telly Award! This is very exciting, especially in the midst of such epic uncertainty across theater, film, and television. Huge thank you to Scarlett Kim and Nataki Garrett at Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
The Telly Award is the premier award honoring video and television across all screens...and it has expanded: "With new paths being forged via the use of Virtual Production in Branded Content and on the big screen, this intersection of physical and digital worlds is generating breakout work. This season sees the introduction of new categories honoring these projects including Digital Environments and Use of Motion Capture."
NYC. Mother's Day. I love my mom and do like to celebrate her. I got a special gift for my mom this Mother's Day. One of her favorite films is The Birdcage, written by none other than Elaine May. From one mother to another...