It’s been a hot minute since I’ve posted… honestly, there was so much going on in the world at large I needed a moment to process it all. It’s halfway through the year, aka Halftime, and I wanted to check in. First things first, I hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and […]
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Business FOMO. It’s a thing.
Business FOMO. It’s a thing. It happens to us when we see our fellow actors getting called to a zillion auditions during pilot season and we’ve heard crickets. It happens to us when we see our fellow entrepreneurs or side hustlers *blowing up* seemingly out of the blue. It happens to us […]
The Year in Review 2016
Another year is (almost) one for the history books. And history will have a lot to say about 2016… Sometime between my birthday (October) and the end of the calendar year, I start doing my year in review. (Sometimes I even remember to publish them.) The year in review started as the personal offshoot to […]
Confessions from a Reluctant Leading Lady (part 1)
A little over two months ago, I found out I had booked a role in one of my favorite musicals, “Once on this Island.” Not only that, I had booked the LEAD! Gah!! I was going to play Ti Moune! Once the excitement wore off, the other feelings surfaced. A little fear, a little dread, […]
Get up and do it, already!
Making art sometimes means overcoming inertia. According to the Miriam-Webster Dictionary, inertia is defined as: “Lack of movement or activity especially when movement or activity is wanted or needed.” Put another way, it’s super easy for us to just do whatever we’ve been doing, day in and day out. We get into habits. Going into work, coming […]
Art and Entrepreneurship
A couple of weeks ago, I spoke with a young actor about the business of The Business. He’s an acting student at a local university, and wanted to learn more about what life is really like for someone to pursue acting as a profession. It’s not easy, but it’s a lot of fun, for starters. […]