Sharp, clever writing and tight direction by Caroline Marshall. These actors have the most delicious roles to sink their chompers into. And thank you, writers (like her) who give women over the age of 32 something to work with!
Flawless tech by Joshua Silva (who also did the groovy graphic design - I mean did you SEE that naughty glint in the Cupcake's eyes?).
Aura Lord of Dawgtown: Krista Conti shimmers with palpable desperation as the new-to-Venice vendor of all-natural incense, Carl Weintraub serves up two-parts gentle healer and three parts pompous shaman as the Aura Lord himself, and Jon Ryan McMahon will steal your heart with his open-chakra'd, free hug-giving, Grateful Dead lovin' Gary.
Frankenstud: As Haley, Dagney Kerr is every...
The frankenstud number was edgy and topical, making fun of meditation and such. Kind of had the same qualities of LA Story, the movie. Great little intimate theatre with a. Dry supportive group of regular patrons and theatre folk. (I eavesdrop a lot.)...
Funny, fun, and way out of the box. Two quick and fresh comedies written and directed by Caroline Marshall. Both spiritual and farcical, and not too far from reality... except for the perverted pastry scene, which lives in an alternate reality that will make you think twice next time you find yourself in the baked goods aisle. Dagney Kerr and Krista Conti give flawless performances as middle-aged single moms looking to fulfill their fantasies... so good I saw it twice! And I'm going to see it again!...
Pamela was destined to be a licensed registered nurse. But fate led her in to the exciting world of entertainment as a dancer. Join Pamela, as she takes you through her journey of transformation despite the comical limitations she was born in to.