Another Opening! Another Show!

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Merde Everyone! Have a Glorious and Happy Opening!

Well its finally here; Opening Night of “War Paint” on Broadway! The “glimmer of Light” that was emanating beyond is now here and as bright and beautiful as expected. This is the seventh Broadway Opening I’ve been a part of and even though I will not be on the stage for this one I am still thrilled to be here.

The foundation for this piece are the remarkable lives of the two women that built ...

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Rest In Peace Dear Roger

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Today I received an email invitation to my dear friend Roger Keller’s Memorial, and so sad that I can not be there to honor him and his memory.

I was stunned, blindsided, and heartbroken getting this news even though I knew that he was battling health issues. It has been a long time since I had seen him, but he held a very special place in my heart; he always will.

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Watching the Paint Dry

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We are now in Previews for “War Paint” and I am very proud of everyone’s hard work on this production. The stage crew and costume dressers are amazing, and handle the challenges with patience and expertise. The real estate backstage at The Nederlander is minimal to say the least so the technical demands are huge! All the set pieces are hung and hoisted into the fly area so it’s a good idea to never look up; that way you won’t worry about the tables, ...

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Tech Time

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Well the time has arrived for “War Paint” to begin Tech rehearsals in the tight quarters of New York’s Nederlander Theatre. I think most people in my life know how much I abhor the necessary, but brutal weeks of “tech” and I have to remind myself that I must put on my “patience hat”.

The process is so hard on the feet; especially those in costume, but our director graciously stated that he and the costume designer will certainly understand when the ladies don their ...

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