A couple months ago I got to act for the first time in about a decade in Round 2 of  Awesome Theatre‘s anthology/competition (In Search of) The Funniest Play Ever. It was delightful, the whole lineup was great, and the show I was in came in a tight second. Good times.

Round 3 is coming up in a couple weeks on Wednesday, 13 September, and this time I’m in the mix again, but as a writer! My morbid little play FATA MORGANA will be going up against four other shorts in a bid to advance to the semi-finals and get one step closer to receiving a full-length production and being named The Funniest Play Ever. We’re still at Pianofight in SF, so if you’re around come by and see the showdown! Tickets are available here.

 

 

 

So, for the first* time in nearly a decade, I’m acting. On stage. With memorized lines and a costume and everything.

I’m terrified, but it’s also gonna be fun. There’s a great lineup.

As part of Awesome Theatre‘s anthology/competition (In Search of) The Funniest Play Ever, I’ll be performing this Wednesday, 12 June, in Emily Stapleton’s delightfully hilarious short play TWINKIE. I’m playing The Devil, because of course I am.

So if you’re hanging around San Francisco and don’t have anything better to do, come on around to Pianofight and see five more hysterical short plays square off to hopefully claim a slot in the semi-finals and get one step closer to the grand prize of a full-length production! Tickets are available here.

 

 

*Technically I’ve been in a couple staged readings and a webseries since my last stage production, but the reading had very little rehearsal and the webseries was mostly improv, so this is the first legit acting I’ve had to do in a bit.