I'm so excited to have opened an in person show for the first time in far too long. The White Heron season opens with Rick Elice's Peter and the Starcatcher. It's been a thrill diving deep into this world as dramaturge and assistant director and it's been a blast getting to have a hand in the controlled chaos that is this show. Tickets are available here for our run through August 6th.
A quick update on two recent Standby for Places projects. First off, I was thrilled to work with Larry Phillips again to bring his play Talent is Sexy to the pod.
Cal and Noah meet on a dating app. Cal and Noah have a coffee date. Cal and Noah hit it off. Cal wishes Noah wasn't an actor. Talent is Sexy is a tender comedy about the sacrifices we make for love and art.
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That was followed by Vista Grande by my friend Derek Liakos. It was such a pleasure working on this one to cap off pride month with a great team of friends and former collaborators.
In a remote town in the New Mexico desert, a man and his estranged adult daughter reunite for the first time, thirty-five years after he abandoned his family.
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