Join me in July for a concert presentation of PATRA, a new opera, and fully improvised musicals at Florida Studio Theatre and Venice Theatre.
As Hurricane Irma came barreling towards Florida, I traveled north to perform at the Boston Comedy Arts Festival. My foray into comedy – both sketch and musical improv – has been a recent creative journey. Over the last year, I’ve been part of the cast of “Millennial Fresh” with the West Coast Black Theatre Troupe and “When X Meets Y” at Florida Studio […]
Next up, I’ll be appearing at the Venice Theatre alongside dashing actor/tenor Matthew Ryder in “Songs to Sweep You off Your Feet”. Matthew is relatively new to the area. I met him while we were both singing at a benefit for the Community AIDS Network. From the moment I heard his voice and saw his talents onstage, I knew I wanted to collaborate […]
Sorting through 20 years of diary entries can be daunting. It can also be hilarious, insightful, and hard-to-face. But, that is exactly what I am doing in the name of my upcoming cabaret, Secrets & Sequins at the Venice Theatre on July 11 and 16. I started writing in 1994 and I never stopped. When I began, I was quite prolific, recording […]
ARTIST SERIES – FRIENDS CONCERT The Artist Series mission is to present live concerts for the enjoyment and cultural enrichment of audiences in Sarasota, Florida and surrounding communities. I’ll be singing in a solo concert for the Friends of the Artist Series on January 15th at David Cohen Hall. The talented Alan J. Corey will be accompanying me. Unfortunately, this performance will not be open to […]
A VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS AT THE CROSLEY Enjoy a holiday experience like none other at the Powel Crosley Estate! December 9 – 21st, join me as I perform with the Crosley Theatre. Immerse yourself in classic carols and holiday stories by Charles Dickens, O. Henry, and other notable authors. This is really an exceptional experience where the audience tours the estate with a new tale told in every […]
It’s not everyday one gets to wear sparkles, corsets, fishnets and feathers and sing at the Sarasota Opera House. When Fred Astaire Dance Studios asked me to perform several numbers for their annual dance review my mind immediately went to sequins and song selections. The choice of music needed to go with the Broadway theme (no issue there) and I’d need appropriate attire of course. […]