An oldie but a goody– written and directed by Kipley Wentz.
Posted on July 25, 2014
Remember this oldie but goodie? Sigh.
(I hosted The Happy Hour Salon for a bunch of years where I gave away six ten-minutes slots to new works of different genres. Some full-on badasses came through the joint– Ophira Eisenberg, Dave Hill, Jessi Klein, Christian Finnegan, many many many many more. Every dang time they sat through me singing this theme song at the top of show.)
Posted on June 15, 2014
Thrilled to take part in the development of The Latvia Project, a devised theater piece conceived and directed by Jay Stern about his turn-of-the-century Latvian Jewish family.
Here are my legs, a toy train, and a stage artfully strewn… production photos by the sterling photography Tom Henning.
Posted on January 6, 2014
Silliest? or most IMPORTANT? You decide.
Note: This was a challenge to some very bright filmmakers (Jay Stern, Meg Sweeney Lawless, Victor Varnado) to create a short film with a title suggested by an audience member. When they heard the challenge: “Invincible Antichrist Victory,” the first thought was, “How can we do this without receiving a bunch of letters?” The second thought was, clearly, saving the world.
Posted on December 4, 2012