Gift Yourself Your Art

Gift Yourself Your Art

Can you imagine yourself doing anything else?Pursuing the dream to act, balancing all of the responsibility and energy vampires life sends our way, allowing ourselves to be vulnerable AND keeping as positive a mind-set as possible IS NOT EASY.I completely...
Insight From Academy Award Winner Kenneth Lonergan

Insight From Academy Award Winner Kenneth Lonergan

I was in NYC a few weeks ago and crossed paths with my friend and fellow creative, Kenneth Lonergan. We met back in 2015 on the set of Manchester By The Sea. Working on that film and meeting him have been such gifts in my life. We were catching up over...
Tales From Set & Alone is a Lie

Tales From Set & Alone is a Lie

Last month I had the opportunity to work on a heartfelt story and beautifully shot film. In one of my scenes, my character is captured crying in a hospital bathroom. She is finally allowing her emotions to pour through her polished facade. Emotional scenes, like any,...
5 Tips for Memorizing a Monologue

5 Tips for Memorizing a Monologue

Have you ever found yourself riding the momentum of intention and emotion in your monologue work, only to come to a screeching halt as your mind begins grasping for the next line? You’re not alone in this frustration! Take solace in the knowledge that there are...
A Late Bloomer’s Guide to Launching Your Acting Career

A Late Bloomer’s Guide to Launching Your Acting Career

Congratulations on deciding you’re ready to pursue your desire to be an actor, regardless of age. If I had to guess, I’d say you didn’t grow up with connections to the industry or with a family that knew how to support your love of the arts. You don’t have a framed...

5 Ways to Battle The Actor Blues

As actors we crave expression, connection and opportunities to work on our craft. We search for gigs, send out our headshots and fill our heads with theory and technique. And we wait. Soon we might feel a little discouraged, a little stagnant and a little fearful that...