I have done many of Shakespeare’s plays. The most unusual was a production of Love’s Labour’s Lost that was set in 1960’s Kennedy era. Another essay in “30 Years a Dresser” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
Queen Mob’s Teahouse published my latest essay in the “30 Years a Dresser” series. Check it out!
Years ago, I did a wonderful production of The Little Foxes. Another installment of “30 Years a Dresser” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
Queen Mob’s Teahouse just published a new essay of mine. When I was 15, I played Ito, the Asian houseboy, in the musical MAME. Years later, I dressed the actor who played Ito on Broadway with Angela Lansbury.
The next installment of my Thirty Years A Dresser column is posted at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. This one is titled, “Earnest With Debra Messing”
The sixth essay for my 30 Years a Dresser column was posted yesterday at Queen Mob’s Tea House.
I enjoyed working with Lynn Redgrave. I wish I could say the same for “Betty”.
Just got back from Saint and Sinner’s LGBT Literary Festival in New Orleans where I was a presenter and served on the memoir and short story panel discussions. Had a wonderful time!
I’m pleased as punch to see my essay about my time dressing Into the Woods. The story is part of a series that Queen Mob’s Teahouse asked me to do about my career in professional theatre.