A Bare Stage, A Single Light, and Me

TGhost Light Posterhis winter has been pretty brutal, what with Sandy and Nemo, but I’m keeping warm by doing live theatre, where it’s nice and toasty under the stage lights. Won’t you join me?

This week and next, I’ll be appearing in GHOST LIGHT, a collection of six short plays set on a bare stage under a single work light, with live music and sound effects. I directed one of the six plays, and will also be performing as a vocalist!

The show opens this Thursday at 8pm, and runs Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm through March 3, at the Gloria Maddox Theatre, 151 W 26th Street, 7th Floor. Get your tickets now!

Have You Ever Shot a Charging Lion?

Would you like to know how that feels?


Olivia in Glass ChinHere’s a pic of me in my “uniform” from the set of Glass Chin, an independent feature written and directed by Noah Buschel. I played a waitress in a run-down diner, and I got to do a scene with Corey Stoll and Marin Ireland, who are both super nice and super talented. (You may recognize Marin from Homeland, and you may remember Mr. Stoll’s excellent Hemingway in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris.)


A “Frightening Dynamo”

Onstage as "Robot Girl" in THE SHELTER PRESENTS: ART at the Flamboyán Theater. Photo by Michael Bernstein, A Certain Light Photography.

“Olivia Killingsworth exhibits pinball-like energy and vocal imagination in Michael Bernstein’s solo piece Robot Girl.”
— Ethan Kanfer, Show Business Weekly

“Olivia Killingsworth is a frightening dynamo in the name of art.”
— Karen D’Onofrio, Electronic Link Journal

“…’Robot Girl,’ a brisk post-apocalyptic monologue performed with hip-hop intensity and vernacular by Olivia Killingsworth.”
— Mitch Montgomery, Backstage

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