Here's a more personal in-depth look at what I've been up to, and reflections on the journey along this crazy ride called 'showbiz".
It has definitely been such a precious opportunity and certainly a rare luxury to work with as large a cast as this on an Off-Broadway show. Thanks definitely go out to Pat McCorkle who assembled this daring, diverse and dynamic cast, as well as director Will Pomerantz, writer Joan Beber and the producing team at Perry Street Theatricals. I am so grateful to get the chance to work in the city I so love and have lived in for the larger part of my adult life. Citi-biking to rehearsals and performances has certainly been a highlight; as is the sheer joy of creating an experience for an audience, and then stepping out of Theatre Row at the end of a fulfilling performance onto neon-lit Times Square. Today, as the lights dimmed on Ethel Sings, I stepped out of the theatre and onto the sidewalk, smiling as I exhaled, grateful to vanish once again into the crowd. What's there not to love?