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Sad Happy

April 1st, 2014

Just in time for April Fool’s!

If the original version of Pharrell’s song was too happy for you (it sure wasn’t for me), here’s a sad remix by Woodkid:

Come Explore Fetish With Me

March 7th, 2014

Peep Show Fetish PosterCome join me at
The Shelter Peep Show: Fetish
this Wednesday night, March 12
at the Bell House in Brooklyn

The latest in an on-going series dedicated to stripped down theatre, The Shelter lets its freak flag fly with staged readings of original works exploring the world of fetish. I’m directing one of the readings, and there will be plenty of drinks, a photo booth, and lots of kink! Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:00pm, tickets are only $10. More info & tickets here.

I’m Happy on Flatbush Avenue

March 2nd, 2014

From Happy in NYC:

From Berkeley to Brooklyn

February 19th, 2014

That’s where I went.

I spent the last two weeks of January with my folks in beautiful Berkeley, California, helping them move into a new house. What a jolt to wake up back in Brooklyn in early February, to Snowmageddon! How’s the winter treating you?
Above: I went from sunsets in Berkeley (image: Wikimedia Commons) to snow in Brooklyn (image: little ol’ me)

Despite the weather, I’m glad to be back, since audition season is in full swing here in New York. Just last week, I was seen by casting personnel for the Roundabout, Second Stage, and Law & Order: SVU. And of course, while I was in Berkeley last month, I also auditioned for the Berkeley Rep!

Brooklyn Map

Speaking of Brooklyn, if you’ve ever wondered how some of its funkier neighborhoods got their kooky names (DUMBO? Red Hook? Gowanus?), then check out this article from Mental Floss, which explains it all. It even mentions my little ‘hood: Lefferts Gardens! (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Thug Notes

February 1st, 2014

I kinda wish I knew Dr. Sparky Sweets when I was in AP English…

(via The New York Times)

Before Mean Girls, there was Heathers

January 13th, 2014

One of my favorite movies of all time. There may or may not be Equity auditions happening in New York this week for an Off-Broadway production of something called “Heathers: The Musical”, and I may or may not be going…

Heathers GIF


January 2nd, 2014

via xkcd


Going Dark

December 12th, 2013

Olivia at the Turkey TrotHow was your Thanksgiving (or Thanksgivukkah)? I started off the day by running the five-mile Prospect Park Turkey Trot, finishing with an official time of 46:38. News 12 was there to cover the event — they even got my friend Winnie Lok on camera, talking about how much pie she was gonna eat later!

The Shelter Peep Show: NoirI’ll be featured in a staged reading of a new play called MINOTAUR, by Meghan E. Jones, part of The Shelter Peep Show: Noir, at the Gloria Maddox Theatre on Wednesday, December 18 at 7:30pm. Tickets are only $10! More info and advance tickets here.

Did you know that my sister Silvia is Managing Editor at The New Yorker? Well, she totally is, and she also blogs for them occasionally, like a boss. Her most recent post was about Throwback Thursday, although my personal faves have been the ones about salad, numerous instances of “Hispandering”, and that time she ate live shrimp. You should follow her already.

#PDM = Public Display of Meditation

December 1st, 2013

I’m really loving my friend and teacher Emily Fletcher‘s new social media campaign to encourage PDM, or Public Display of Meditation. Selfies for a cause! Emily recently launched the campaign on Huffington Post Live, check out the video below:

And I even got in on the act, with my cat’s help:

Enough About Me

November 21st, 2013

Let’s talk about YOU…

So I know these little updates are usually all about ME :-) But this time, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m devoting an entire issue to three of my friends and colleagues who are doing awesome work, which you should totally check out. Don’t worry, I’ll be back with more Olivia news next time!

First up, my friend Matt Yang King has created a killer new web series called The World of Steam. It’s like the Twilight Zone, but with a steampunk twist. The first episode is already available at theworldofsteam.com, and there are more in the pipeline!
The World of Steam

Next, if you are a creative writer of any sort, you should definitely check out my friend James Monohan‘s podcast, The Narrative Breakdown. It’s a show about story craft, and James often gets really great people to join him to talk about their process — his most recent guest was writer-director Laurie Collyer, whose films include SUNLIGHT JR. (starring Naomi Watts) and SHERRYBABY (starring Maggie Gyllenhaal).

Lastly, my friend Nathan Agin has created a really great travel/food series called Travel. Eat. Thrive. It’s all about how and where to eat well when you’re on the road, and also at home. You can watch the first episode (featuring Los Angeles) and get all kinds great goodies (like recipes!) at traveleatthrive.com.