Here are some pertinent digital items of interest that I got up to when I wasn’t blogging here!
November 11, 2013: My third post in the Howlround series went live. Check it out!
October 31, 2013: My debut review with the New England Theatre Geek was posted today. Check it out here!
October 18, 2013: The second article in my series for Howlround got posted! Have a look!
October 4, 2013: The first of my series of blog posts regarding the differences between amateur and professional status in the theatre industry has been published to Howlround! Check it out!
October, 2013: I fight directed Tufts University’s production of Welcome to Arroyo’s. Show runs October 17-19; 24-26. For ticket information, see the above-linked facebook groups or the Tufts drama department page.
August 8, 2013: I wrote another guest blog for Gradshare. The website itself is a great resource for graduate students, and this post specifically addresses some tactics for getting through the darker side of the PhD. Check it out here!
July 1, 2013: I have been given the opportunity to perform my favorite scene from Shakespeare’s canon at the Hub Theatre Company Boston’s Shakespeare Open Mic Night at Trident Books. Come on out and see it!
June 11, 2013: Both the films we shot for the Boston 48 hour film festival made it to the best-of screening! More information here.
May 12, 2013: I am assistant fight directing Simple Machine’s contribution to the Boston Theatre Marathon. They’re doing a piece entitled Lost in Thought by Christopher Lockheardt. If you’re interested in seeing it, you can nab tickets here.
May 4-5, 2013: I’m cast in Malarkey Films’ entry into the Boston 48 hour film festival! This year, the theme is ACTION! Our film is going to be screened at the Kendall Square cinema on May 8th in the 9:30 PM slot if you’d like to see the crazy thing we’re going to make.
April 23, 2013: Seven Stages Shakespeare company is presenting a day of festivities to celebrate the Bard’s Birthday! As a portion of this, I’ve been asked to speak on a panel of experts discussing some of Shakespeare’s lesser-known poetry. For more information, see the facebook invite here.
March, 2013: Our experiment in communal theatre (otherwise known as “What you Will”) is producing Twelfth Night! Come see eight of us run around like crazy people (including me doubling Olivia and Maria). Tickets available here.
February, 2013: That production of Measure for Measure that I’ve been working on since last June is going up! It plays February 14-16 and 21-23 at 8PM. Tickets and further info available here.
December 1, 2012: Offensive Shadows has officially gone live! Herein, my Partner in Crime and I are dedicated to explicating Shakespeare for the modern man (without assuming that the modern man is an idiot, or a scholar). We will be updating every Wednesday; check us out!
September, 2012: My review of Extramural Shakespeare by Denise Albanese and Shakespeare’s Imaginary Constitution by Paul Raffield was published in Theatre Survey 53.2.
August-October, 2012: I was cajoled out of retired to play a dream role; Rosalind in the Winthrop Playmakers’ As you Like it. For more information on tickets and showtimes, check out the theatre’s website here!
June 11, 2012: I wrote a guest blog for gradshare. Check it out here! If you don’t know about gradshare, by the by, you should snoop around while you’re there. It’s a great resource, and one that has the potential to grow with its audience. Power to the grad students!
January, 2012: Daniprose was nominated for the 2011 New England Art Awards (category: Essay by a Local Writer about Locally-Made Art). Specifically, my review of the 2011 Banditos Misteriosos event “Choose your own Timeventure”.
December, 2011: I was interviewed for the Tufts GSAS Graduate Newsletter. Check out the article here!