Anyone else always wanted to be a country girl? Well, meet KAYLIE ANN! She's fun, fearless, and also spells her name with a K ... we're basically kindred. You'll rarely find me out of the city, but I had a BLAST shooting this awesome music video with the stellar team at Three Legged Comedy. Something tells me you haven't seen the last of this down home gal :)
And of course, can't forget about my hunk of a costar Ridge Honda ... what a stud!
Thrilled to start 2018 off with another release, from John Kolvenbach's sweet and quirky play Love Song!
I can't say enough about the unbelievable team I was lucky enough to work with this time. Director Sarah Beth Comfort took a piece of theatre and effortlessly turned it on its head; DP and Editor Zach Xanders masterfully maneuvered the one bed I gave him to work with; and actor Mark Jacobson - you'll have to watch and see, but safe to say he kept me in stitches all day long. Thanks to them this project was an utter joy to film.
Beyond proud to share the first short film I've produced this year: ADVANCE.
Conceived, written, shot and edited in under a month, I'm so grateful to have worked with our phenomenal Director of Photography and editor Johnny Komar, fantastic Sound Engineer Sam Saravolatz, and of course the brilliant Peter Mitchell - he wrote, directed and starred in this project with me, and we finally fulfilled a dream of working together for the first time since our days at USC!
Thrilled to announce I'll be playing Rosaline in Downtown Repertory Theatre's production of... "Love's Labour's Lost"!
It's a role I've always wanted to sink my teeth into ... can't wait to spend the summer in the park with good ol' William Shakespeare. Running July 28th-Aug 20th at the Sierra Madre Shakespeare Festival.
**Extended Aug 25th-Sept 3rd at the historic Pico House LA.
This summer, I had the unbelievable opportunity to work with the legendary team of musicians and crew on Hans Zimmer: Live on Tour as a Production Assistant. Helping to make their shows in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and Coachella Valley come to life was an invigorating experience. I've definitely caught the tour bug!
I'm thrilled to be working on my first production with the team at LA's Ensemble Studio Theatre! As part of this month's LA Fest, EST/LA will be presenting a collection of one acts ... all written by playwrights under the age of 25. Come down to the Atwater Village Theatre on Friday night and see where their minds can take them!
I'll be performing in RMT's Around the Clock festival on September 25th, and cannot wait!
The Rogue Machine is a company I'm proud to be a part of - they're always thinking of fun and exciting ways to create new work in L.A, and Around the Clock is no exception! Come check out what a bunch of very tired writers, directors, actors and producers can dream up in 24 hours.
More information and tickets here
8pm Sunday: The show goes on. No matter what.
"Just because he doesn't look like a violin doesn't mean his techniques should be thought of as less difficult" ~Uta Hagen
When I started a job at a fitness club last year, I had to change my vocabulary a bit ... usually when I say "I need to get a work out in", I mean an acting workout. I am thrilled to be joining Jeanie Hackett's Workroom this month, and with the group's wonderful compilation of classes, workshops, and industry knowledge I am positive I will be getting quite a workout. Here goes!