Hello all. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to update the site. Sadly, life gets in the way sometimes. However, I’m proud to announce that I will be doing several staged readings this weekend for International SWAN Day. The event is being held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Admission is free, however there is a $10 admission price for the museum. But there’s plenty going on at the venue, so stick around and enjoy the fun! Click here for more info.
Also, just last month I was fortunate enough to work with the good people at Active Cultures Theater to be a part of their show .govaculture, part of the Intersections Festival at the Atlas Theater. It was a very fun experience with a great cast and crew, and I hope to work with the company again some time in the future. Click here for a few pictures from the show.
Stay tuned to the site for more info soon, as the busy season is about to get alot busier.
Busy times in the theater world! While R.U.X. prepares for the Washington DC Fringe Festival, two more projects are in the works. The first is a new 1 Act play called Capsmittment. Written by Jean Koppen, it’s the story of two best friends deciding to get season tickets for the Washington Caps. But does their relationship have what it takes to make such a big step? Winner of the 2012 Sportaculture Playwriting Competition, it’s being performed as a part of the Sportaculture 1 Act Festival.
The other upcoming project is a staged reading of a new play called Render. It will be performed one night only at the Round House Theater Education Center. For more details on both shows, check out my Calendar page. See you there!