Twenty virtual productions of TEA FOR THREE now during this time of lockdown --sometimes three a day in different states (a virtual perk!) Included is a 20-minute live zoom Q&A. So lovely to interact with audiences across the country -- CA, WA, PA, GA, NY, IL, MA,NE, NJ. The League of Women Voters of Greater Peoria just wrote, "Tea for Three made our group laugh more than we have laughed in a year!"
Five groups have booked the screening of the Off-Broadway run in December alone, for their holiday zoom gatherings. I'm adding a live zoom Q&A. Raising a toast to the First Ladies!
With zoom land upon us, I'm delighted to be bringing the prerecorded show virtually to audiences all over the country. Reaching across the aisle, the play is a balm in this post-election time.
Delighted to be part of the "50+ Solo Show Panel" webinar for Actors' Equity. The advantages of Zoom: 500 actors were able to join us to listen and ask questions!
Months of my "TEA FOR THREE: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty" bookings to be rescheduled at a time nobody knows, as we all find our way forward...sending waves of strength to all who are facing challenges during this time of coronavirus.
Mask made by my clever friend Marty Van Kleeck.
After performances in NY and NJ, TEA FOR THREE: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty will head to Florida: the Delray Beach Playhouse on Mar. 14 and the Mizner Park Cultural Center in Boca Raton on Mar. 15. Palm trees ahead... (pic by Andrea Reese)
Milton Theatre in 110 Union St, Milton, Delaware Sunday, Feb. 23 at 3 and 7 PM
Snapped this right after packing up "TEA FOR THREE"...what a sense of history infuses the Clayton Opera House.
Setting up for "TEA FOR THREE" at Smith College in May. A great pleasure to bring it back to the campus. Smithies are the best audience!