Classicist or Revisionist?

I'll be directing a staged reading this June for the Orange County Playwrights Alliance. A comedy by Lynn Nelson called "Directing Hedda". It will take place at The Chance Theater in Anaheim Hills! Synopsis: The Swan’s Song Theatre is about to close its doors if it can’t produce a successful play. Each of the two artistic directors have hired a separate director, independent of each other, to direct Hedda Gabler. The newly hired directors have conflicting styles - one is a classicist, the other a revisionist - and each of these two women have issues of their own. Most of the pre-cast show have fled to other productions except for the two female leads. I anticipate a bit of a challenge since


Excited that I can now announce I'll be directing a brand new script, Crimson by Sara Saenz for OC-Centric festival at Chapman University. The show will open in August 2017. Crimson follows the story of a young woman suffering post-traumic disorder after a sexual attack. Fate intervenes when she's visited by Eris, Greek goddess Discord, who offers her a powerful solution to her problems. Influenced by greek tragedies, Shakespeare and horror films, this show is ambitious, messy and unwieldy. Questions about dealing with mental health, sexual violence and morality are interwoven into this non-linear and highly theatrical story. I am currently in the process of casting! An open round of auditio

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