Hi everyone! Happy 2020! Here is what has become my yearly website post. I did not intend to only update my website once a year but between my dream family and my dream career life is very busy. 2019 was a bit of a blur. Our return from England seem to drop us right where we left off. In the spring, I designed two shows for the Gettysburg Department of Theatre Arts, Antlia Pneumatica and Everybody. Both shows were great but relatively light costume-wise and so when the nearby Totem Pole Playhouse offered me the summer costume design position I took it. This decision led to a hectic summer and I probably will not do it again but I met some great people and gathered some information about the world of equity theatre and feel I can offer more insight now to my students. Check out the gallery to see designs from all of these shows. Cheers! Hope to update you about this summer’s projects soon!
Just a quick announcement: my first book, “Keeper of Absalon” is now available from Amazon in a delightful paperback version. Hope you like it but, if not, I don’t need to know about it seeing as I really just wrote it for me anyway.
Since mid-July, my family and I have been enjoying a bit of time in Cambridge, England while my husband completes a research sabbatical at the famed Cavendish Laboratory. For the first few months I didn’t get very much done as I needed to entertain my children in the absence of their friends and most of their toys. Now that they are both settled into a lovely primary school for the term, I have finally had a chance to wrap up some projects including the two commissions and a writing project.
For those interested in seeing how my writing compared to my other creative pursuits click on the Absalon Trilogy page
or click on the cover to order your kindle ebook copy today
Check back soon to see how Gettysburg’s latest production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee went as I attempted a new feat- costuming remotely!