Posted in March 2013

Originally posted on Art Museum Teaching:
When I left the improv world after 10 years, I was never going back. I had just gotten a job at my first NYC museum (NY Transit Museum!) and was back in school for art history, ready to put acting far behind me. Time went on and the more…

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Telling Your Story.

“Great stories happen to those who can tell them.” – Ira Glass “If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.” – Rudyard Kippling “The greatest art in the world is the art of storytelling.” – Cecil B. DeMille “A brand is a story that is always being told.” – … Continue reading

Audition Advice…Please Heed

Originally posted on Mark Landon Smith:
I cast a lot of actors. A lot. All sizes.  All ages.  All types. I am also an actor.  So while I am casting, I am also actively auditioning and working.  This gives me the advantage of working on both sides of the table.  And I love both sides.…

Soundtrack to my Wisconsin Residency

Soundtrack to my Wisconsin Residency

Whenever I land in a city, I like to experience the sights, sounds, foods, and culture of the city I happen to be in.  This experience in Wisconsin is no exception.  I have completely submersed myself in this snowy setting.  I’ve been eating cheese curds with the best of ’em. When I was staying in … Continue reading

Puppetry Residency in Snowy Wisconsin

Puppetry Residency in Snowy Wisconsin

I am partially through my Artist Residency here in Wisconsin. I have had the privilege of working with Professional Actors and families both.  I am always amazed by the craft of puppetry. It truly is a craft. It always needs shaping, revising, practicing. I am so thankful that the students I am working with here … Continue reading