Sarah Kane did not say this. I found this quote while trying to look up a quote I remembered from theater school, which I somehow associated with Sarah…
Midnight Confessions #36: Baby IshListen now (45 sec) | Another installment of my embarrassing stories, told through audio. One of the girls I used to nanny for graduated from college l…
Midnight Confession #35: Class Villains and Mr. ParkerListen now (1 min) | Another installment of my anecdotes told aurally! My friends Anna Drezen and Andrew Farmer talked about the concept of the “Party …
Or, Why Does This Night Suck More Than Any Other Night?
Midnight Confession #34: Peer EarsListen now (36 sec) | Another installment of my embarrassing stories, told through audio! Probably the day that I noticed something was up was when we …
Fifty-Seven Minutes into the Future Edition
“He's charmed everyone here,Except Tamara EasterWho later revealed to himHer innermost secrets… But we thought he was goneAnd now he's come back againL…
Midnight Confession #33: Playing With the Queen of HeartsListen now (49 sec) | Another installment of my embarrassing stories, told through audio! I guess you have to understand that when I was a child, I mad…
Nine months ago, as we were entering our second week of COVID lockdown, my sister got a very compassionate corporate e-mail about the crisis in the wor…
Midnight Confession #32: Dreidel, Dreidel, DreidelListen now (30 sec) | New installment of my spoken series of embarrassing stories! Usually I do these late at night, but you get this one a little earl…
The Best Advice I Can Give to Aspiring Actors
Midnight Confession #31: Many Ways to Stop ItListen now (1 min) | CW: racism, as it pertains to mid-century musicals Welcome back to my embarrassing stories, told out loud! It’s been a while since…