Come See Me at Liars’ League NYC

I’m happy to be returning to the Liars’ League NYC at KGB Bar this week, the literary event and podcast featuring professional actors reading original short stories by emerging and established writers, in one of New York’s most charmingly disreputable literary haunts! This month’s theme is Courage & Cowardice, and although the event is free, they’ll also be passing the hat for a worthy cause: The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), a nonprofit that promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees in Texas. You can get all the details and RSVP here!

This Just In: Most Actors Have Other Jobs

Yes, it’s true: at any given moment, only about 2% of working actors are able to make a living solely from performing. The rest of the time, the other 98% of us are doing other things to the pay the bills… like bagging groceries at Trader Joe’s.

Nominated for two NYIT awards!

Let me brag at you for a minute: the production of The Jewish King Lear that I starred in earlier this year at the Metropolitan Playhouse is now nominated for two New York Innovative Theatre awards: Outstanding Revival and Outstanding Costumes!

I’m so proud to have been part of this show, bringing a classic of the 19th century Yiddish theater to a whole new audience in the 21st, where many of its themes still resonate so strongly.

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