Not only was I considered tried-and-true band geek in high school, I was a thespian. While most of my roles were as stage manager or in the chorus, I did get to star in Our Town. While I didn’t have the passion (or rather, skill) that others in drama did at Charlotte High School, I’ve […]
The Opening, Part I
I need to decompress a bit more (and gather up some friends’ photos) in order to fully share all the fun that was had this Sunday at the Off-Broadway premiere of Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage. In the meantime, enjoy a few photos (yes, Barry Williams and Dr. Ruth were really there), […]
I thought I’d do a bit more research on what might be appropriate to wear this weekend at the opening of the play inspired by my book, Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage, or at any theatrical production, for that matter (as I’m now a season ticket-holder at Arena Stage in D.C.). I consulted […]
Miss Abigail’s Guide
Hey, look at what the producer just launched: http://www.missabigailsguide.com/
Miss Abigail: The Theatrical Production!
Some exciting news to share: My book, Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage has had the theatrical rights optioned by a Broadway/off-broadway producer, Ken Davenport. Check out his website to read more about him and his many hits, which include Altar Boyz, the Awesome 80s Prom, and My First Time. I will keep […]