Well what can I say. I’ve performed it at United Solo Festival, Studio Theatre@Theatre Row. Michael Wolk, Executive director of All for One saw it and asked me to submit it to the AFO festival. It’s submitted. I wait. But in the meantime attending AFO salons and trying to get a handful of shows produced downtown. I think Red Shirt Productions would like to help me with that. We shall see and you shall know. It’s an important show. It needs to get out there. A lot. And it will. By the way, the All For One salons in Michael’s mid-town penthouse rock! The people are genuine and it’s a wonderful community of solo performers…lucky to have found it.
Fun at 52nd Street Project
I did an excerpt from my solo play, Running Into Me at 52nd Street Project a couple of weeks ago. My audience were a group of teens from Amerikids. Rajendra (Co-Artistic Director of Red Shirt Productions) and Jonas (Co-creator of Be.Do.Fly) invited me as their very first guest artist. I had the time of my life! Amerikids and Be.Do.Fly are devoted to empowering young people by providing vital tools for responsible decision making and educating them using the arts. I had to run out to a play right after the performance so I didn’t have the opportunity to talk with them my audience. I could feel from their responses how attentive and insightful they were. I intend to return soon to hang out and talk with them and hopefully facilitate a Play Solo Residency: teaching young people the basics of writing and performing personal narrative.