Tag: New York City

The Little Things: Appreciating Tiny Blessings

I almost set my apartment on fire last night. I should probably provide some context. I’ve been very busy lately. With Zoom University in full swing, my plate is so full you’d think it was Thanksgiving. Schedule? Packed Body? Fatigued Brain? Missing ($30 dollar… Continue Reading “The Little Things: Appreciating Tiny Blessings”

Designing, Directing, and Disney: An Artistic Discussion With Kennon Cliche

In little over a week, I’ll be making my tentative, facemasked return to New York City– resuming University in a Covid-19 world. The pandemic has shifted what it means to get an Acting degree and while I’m thankful for the hybrid, somewhat in-person class… Continue Reading “Designing, Directing, and Disney: An Artistic Discussion With Kennon Cliche”

A Pandemic’s Impact On Theatre: An Interview With Jason Brubaker

Theatre companies have been thrown into chaos amidst Covid-19. In the face of this pandemic, though, many of them have shown inspiring resilience and ingenuity. One of these companies is The Playthings Theatre. The Playthings Theatre is an intimate theatre company based in Midtown… Continue Reading “A Pandemic’s Impact On Theatre: An Interview With Jason Brubaker”

Beauty Isn’t Hiding- We’re Just Not Looking

When I first arrived in New York, I was homesick and disheartened by the massive change- the lack of nature specifically. It was crowded and loud. As a student in a dorm room, the only alone time I had was in the shower which… Continue Reading “Beauty Isn’t Hiding- We’re Just Not Looking”