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Some are running, some are closed, and some are upcoming!
In March, I opened a funk musical that I scored in socal.
And to the entire creative team (Gio, our director, Ramiz and Raffi, our actors, Tom, Lap, and Denitsa, the visual designers, and Maggie, our stage manager)!
After a few months of struggling with some access to this blog which included some hosting matters), I’m finally able to give an update about some of the work that I’ve been doing.
My plans this summer include taking a bit of a break, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be busy!
I’m looking for great plot and engaging characters. If I really loved a book and might read it again, or it’s an autographed copy, it goes on the bookshelf.
As I mentioned, I have a favorite bookmark I love to use. (And I’m not just saying that so that I can stay on Librarian Judith’s good side! And even though I know the story, know how it’s going to end, I enjoy being reacquainted with familiar characters and an author’s voice. If a book doesn’t grab my attention within the first couple of chapters, I’ll probably pass on it.
Last week, the Los Angeles Ovation Awards were held in downtown LA.
I was nominated for two individual awards for Outstanding Sound Design for a Large Theatre for my work on Guards at the Taj and Barcelona, both with The Geffen Playhouse.