As a theater person “in the know”, you’ve probably heard of a publication called HowlRound (and if you hadn’t – congratulations! you are now officially a theater person “in the know”!). In their own words, HowlRound is “a place for artists to provide feedback, learning, expertise, frustration, and vision—in an effort to enliven the fields of theatre and performance to the aspiring and established artist alike.” All of their content comes from its community – which, as you may have guessed by now, includes moi. (And includes you too, I bet.)
As evidenced by the layout of this site, I am parts writer and parts actor. HowlRound published my blog post “The Hyphenate: a Rose by Any Other Name(s)?” in which I discuss what it’s like to be an artist with multiple identities. I drew from conversations I had with fellow “hyphenates” including Karina Richardson, Daniel Talbott, Allyson Morgan and Erin Mallon.
I’d love to hear your thoughts – post questions, criticisms, and more here on the comments section. Or send me a note via this site!