I recently had the pleasure of reuniting with my great friend and director Bryan Enk in The Passion of Paul Ross, a “companion piece/ spiritual semi-sequel” to his 1998 grunge fantasy anthology, Pink Coffins. In Paul Ross, I play the mysterious Light Haired Woman, a character Enk describes as “a kindly neighbor who might be playing both sides of a sinister supernatural conspiracy.”
Bon Voyage! Greetings from the Stained Glass Theatre in Newport, Kentucky, where I am making a comic turn as the irrepressible socialite Evangeline Harcourt in Anything Goes under the direction of Dennis Murphy.
The show runs through October 12th, and tickets can be purchased by calling the box office at (859) 652-3849.
I’m so pleased to join an incredibly talented cast in Cincinnati Music Theatre’s production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, Sunset Boulevard, which opens tonight at the Aronoff Center. I’m appearing in the featured ensemble role of Mary, an aspiring Marilyn Monroe-type actress at Paramount. Starring as Norma Desmond is Laurie Brinkman, with Michael Shawn Starks as Joe Gillis. Skip Fenker directs, with music direction by Kendra Struthers and choreography by Brian Anderson. Tickets are on sale now at www.cincinnatiarts.org , (513) 621-ARTS , or the Aronoff Center Ticket Center.