The New York Philharmonic is celebrating 100 years of American women having the right to vote with Project 19. They are commissioning and premiering 19 new works by 19 women composers for a multi-season initiative. The original works are being presented alongside classical pieces. The performance I attended on February 13th (and I’ve been going […]
President-elect Trump has promised deregulation. Is this good for us?
In less than 48 hours, Donald Trump will take the Oath of Office and be sworn in as America’s 45th president. What’s in store for freelancers under President Trump? In my most recent blog post, I shared my enthusiasm and pride in this fact. My efforts aided in NYC becoming the first in the nation […]
Hamilton, and the New York Primary
BEFORE “VOICE” ACTING If you know me you know my background is in theatre. As a young girl, I sang and danced around my living room to the score of various Broadway shows Finian’s Rainbow, Dr. Doolittle, My Fair Lady, and best of all, West Side Story. When I got cast in the Chicago All-City […]