It's been a hectic few months, gentle readers. Since April and before the end of June, I will have directed two shows and performed in two shows. That's four productions in three months. Am I crazy? Absolutely yes. Is it fun? Absolutely yes. Would I do it again? Absolutely yes. This is a crazy time, but I have to pay my dues now so I can maybe coast a little bit later on.
So what were these four shows? It started off with directing for Milwaukee Comedy's Retro Comedy Night.
It's a great feeling when you are able to participate in a show that changes and moves you. I am so lucky to have just closed Freedom High.
This was the story of a girl named Jessica. This story was an historical fiction: it's based on real events, but this particular story didn't necessarily happen. However, some of the characters were real people; Bob Moses, Fannie Lou Hamer, Farmer Cy, Rita Schwerner. The 1964 Freedom Summer happened. Hundreds and hundreds of northern, w
This year I found myself feeling moved by the productions I have been in. It started with HAIR, back in the late spring. Going through that rehearsal process with my Tribe changed and affected me in a good way. I find myself on the cusp being inspired again. Freedom High, an original script written by Adam Kraar, will be produced by Uprooted Theatre in Milwaukee WI. We will have the opportunity to perform this for UW Whitewater on November 17th, and then in Milwaukee WI on No