Recently my family moved from a very loved, but tiny square foot house in the Los Angeles flats, to an upgrade hilltop Hollywood treehouse. The move was emotionally exciting and also had a sense of loss from leaving all those old memories behind. Including getting married and having a child in that house. Upon arrival… Read more »


I’m perched on a paint-splattered stool, located downstage right, in a darkened forty-seat theatre.  We’re well into the second act of Barenaked Angels, a play that’s a sort of hybrid between solo performance and an ensemble piece.  My fellow cast mate Phil is standing on the opposite side of the stage, recounting a story about… Read more »