I was first introduced to folk-pop duo March to May by Michael Stover of MTS Management Group who also got me hooked on Country singer Amy Rose. When I took a listen to March to May I was also hooked to them. I am so excited to be able to share this interview with you because not only is March to May a talented group, they are so enthusiastic about their music, how can you not get engulfed by their debut EP The Water's Edge!
After seeing Scenes from an Execution, I was so impressed with David Barlow, I knew I just had to get an interview with him. When I got word from David Gibbs of DARR Publicity that David was game for the interview, I was thrilled to learn about his return to this production, after he (and Jan) starred in this show together seven years ago. Scenes from an Execution plays at Atlantic Stage 2 through August 9!
When I was a junior in college I interned at Mix 98.5 in Boston. One of the jobs of the interns was to dress up as the station's mascot, The Mix Moose. My first day at my internship, I had the opportunity to go to a local CVS dressed as The Mix Moose. Well, after the event, I was walking down the first aid aisle of CVS and tripped over my feet and fell into the shelving units of medicine, knocking everything down. So when Heidi Vanderlee of Shark Party Media reached out to me about interviewing Shonali Bhowmik about "Bed Bugs and Hot Pockets," which is set in a CVS, I had no choice, but to say yes! "Bed Bugs and Hot Pockets," a show about working at CVS, mass surveillance, technology, social media and our romanticism of it all, will play in the South Asian International Performing Arts Festival on August 8 & 9 at Access Theater Black Box!
Call Answered: When I got to interview the cast of Living on Love last year, I got to interview Trixie the dog. So when The Algonquin Hotel approached me to see if I would interested in providing coverage for The Algonquin Cat's, August 5, Annual Matilda Celebration, I thought this would this would be the purrrfect time to interview The Algonquin Cat, Matilda, herself along with her chief officer Alice.
I just got home from one of the best Dolly Parton concerts ever...I mean, that's what it felt like I was at while attending Jason CoZmo's Dolly: Coat of Many Colors at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC!