Kaidan is running until November 19th! Here are some more nice things critics are saying:
"Just returned home from an encounter with kitsune - which is to say, we've had the opportunity to enjoy what is probably the best post-Halloween scare show available in Los Angeles at the moment, Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin. The immersive theatrical production - imagine Delusion inspired by traditional Japanese ghost stories instead of Hollywood horror movies - recently had its run extended through November 19, but shows are selling out! Considering what you get for the money, they're a bargain."
“DELIGHTFUL… beautiful story and imagery… fantastic from top to bottom… A wonderful story, great acting, and amazing set design definitely make this worth your time.” — Jeff Heimbuch, Horror Buzz
“AN ADVENTURE… intriguing awesome splendor. Keep your eyes peeled! You will never know what’s coming up behind, in front or sideways of you” — Tracey Paleo, Gia On the Move
I am producing another round of Car Plays at Pasadena Museum of California Art this October! This will be part of Pasadena's ArtWalk, a free and fabulous community event.
More details to come, but for now:
We get into rehearsals for Kaidan in a little less than two weeks! I am so excited to be co-writing this project with Chelsea Sutton. Tickets aren't on sale yet but will be in September:
Also! I am so happy to share that I've been selected as for The Vagrancy's Writers Group this season. I'm working on a piece that will have a workshop in May for The Vagrancy's Blossoming staged reading series.
Here's my latest commercial!
I'm collaborating with Carola Dertnig's Double Me Double You performance at REDCAT's Chalk Circles, an exhibition and series of related performances and events that consider the ways in which performing and visual arts intersect.
Thursday, June 22 at 7pm at REDCAT