Thanks to Michael Parrella for creating such a kick ass video.
APRIL 20-22 & 27-29 at 7pm
Under St. Marks Theater, 94 St. Marks Pl.
There has never been a more appropriate time to create art with social impact. These stories explore themes of domestic/sexual abuse and bring these gut-punching realities to the forefront. By contributing you will get to breathe life into these stories, and support a wider cause. All ticket profits go to The Changing Room 11, a non-profit organization whose vision is "to end repeat violence against female trauma survivors."
I recently finished a run of Almost, Maine at Matthew Corozine Studio Theater, playing Glory, Galye, Hope and Villian.
ART + ACTIVISIM
Artist and activist, JR, made an announcement via Instagram asking for portraits of women who could not attend the Women's March in DC, to be used for his Inside Out Project. I submitted my photo and later received an e-mail from the street team of the Project letting me know that JR had selected my eyes to represent all women in the DC march. Still in disbelief, but incredibly honored to have participated in this important message in such a big way.
Here are some photos from the historical day.