So, I've always loved acting. Always. Even when I was little and shy, the stage thrilled me. To me, acting is a gift of love to my audience. Because acting requires vulnerability--one never knows how the audience will respond. Acting takes courage. Acting takes selfless gift and commitment and honor. And, mostly...love. When I act,... Continue Reading →
Tonight was opening night, ya'll. And, I'm going to bed. But, enjoy these shots of my folks doing what they do best: being awesome. There's more where these came from, if you go to the dance with me. Also, the final show is tomorrow. Come and love you some ART.
Hi. I'm in the middle of a series on the summer of racial tension that is 1967 2016, but for this post I'm going to give it a rest for a hot-second because I'm also in the middle of (1) a huge lot of work-stuff (Ste. Anne novena whaaaaaat, holler if you need prayers, because... Continue Reading →