It's so, so easy to be weighted down by those who say you aren't, can't, shouldn't, didn't. It's toxic. It's paralyzing. And it's the death of growth, hope and creativity. The more patina I acquire, the more I believe that if you never go out on a limb you'll always have an obstructed view. (Copyright, TM, my fantasy lawyers will come after you.) It may break, you may fail, you may experience some difficult losses. But I love trees and I'm staying out on the limb. When the fall comes, I'm gonna keep getting up off my arse, examining myself, learning from my mistakes and finding a new limb. It's harder to get back up sometimes, but it's always worth it. Now more than ever.
“The Turkey”, as Carla from Liz Kaar Films
Principle photography complete, coming 2019
College Music School Auditions for remaining kiddle - as Mom
Hither and Yon
January 19 - March 3, 2018
Clickhole Liberal Senator - as Senator Anita Hawkins
Internet, Facebook, Twitter
Rekindling piano love.
Getting to know a piano key accordion half my size.
Premiere Events, July 2018
Feature Film - “The Turkey”, as Carla, from Liz Kaar Films
Coming in 2019
The After - as Honey
Chicago Dramatists (Saturday Series)