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Little Fish in a Big Pond

First week of college is over. It’s definitely a big change for me, between having everything I need within walking distance of my dorm, having class only twice or thrice a week, and being around so many other people. 700 more words


She Kills Monsters

With the booming popularity of comic book movies and shows like “The Big Bang Theory,” it can be easy to forget the days of ostracizing nerds. 514 more words


Go the "Distance" and Donate to a Great New Play

There is a great campaign going on right now on indiegogo.com and I felt the need to share it with anyone reading this blog. Two of my good friends, Michelle Scarr and Robert Peterpaul, are acting in a workshop of a play called “Distance”. 193 more words


The Back-to-School Musical Theater Playlist

Going back to school at the end of an awesome summer sucks. Doesn’t matter if it’s high school, college, or as a teacher. No one wants to sit in a hot room and talk about seemingly inconsequential topics. 454 more words

Kayla Farber

There's Nothing Like a Slice of Pumpkin Pie

Join writer/performer Clay McLeod Chapman (Hostage Song with Kyle Jarrow; SCKBSTD with Bruce Hornsby), performers Hanna Cheek (Mac Rogers’ Sovereign with Gideon Productions; GOODBAR with Waterwell; named one of Time Out NY’s ‘Future Legends of NYC Theatre’ in 2013), Abe Goldfarb (I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway), Brian Silliman (2014 NYIT Award Nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in Dark Water with MTWorks; Kill Shakespeare with Gideon Productions), andKatie Hartman (Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting) with musician Kyle Jarrow (frontman for Sky Pony; Obie Award winning playwright) as they celebrate Halloween with the 17th annual Pumpkin Pie Show! 468 more words


Everybody Ought to Have a Maid


City Center, New York, August 16, 2014

She sits at her mistress’s makeup table, disguising herself with powder and perfumes. Her sister rolls on their mistress’s bed, raising her legs high, then spread-eagled. 446 more words


Tiny Set Designer

My being a professional theaterist has made my children, perhaps, a bit weirder than they would otherwise be.

The good news is that Silas, at least, has a firm grasp on fiction and reality. 433 more words

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