Keeping Busy During a Pandemic

Though life changed so much, the pursuit of telling stories hasn’t ended. While Film has thankfully made strides working in these conditions now, Theatre in its true crowd-heartbeat-syncing form is still on hold, but has still found ways to tell stories. To date, here are some of the recordings of script readings I’ve been in:

Macbeth (Banquo)

The Cherry Orchard (Lubov Andreyevna Ranevskaya)

Spring Awakening (Georg Zirschnitz/Reinhold)

Love’s Labour’s Lost (Don Adriano)

Othello (Emilia)

Troilus and Cressida (Alexander/Helenus/Deiphobus/ Menelaus)

Merry Wives of Windsor (Mistress Page)

Measure for Measure (Francisca/Abhorson)

Angels in America (Hannah Porter Pitt)

Titus Andronicus (Tamora)

Timon of Athens (Flaminius/ Phrynia)

All’s Well That Ends Well (Helena)

Oedipus Tyrannos (Chorus 1)

Henry VIII (Norfolk)

Arcadia (Lady Croom)

Pericles (Leonine/ Second Lord/ Second Sailor/ Diana)

Hamlet (Laertes)

Antony and Cleopatra (Menas)

Julius Caesar (Calpurnia)

Jesus Hopped the A Train (Mary Jane Hanrahan)

Taming of the Shrew (Bianca)

The Tempest (Alonso)

Coriolanus (Volumnia)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Snout)

The Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Ephesus)

Richard III (Hastings)

Henry VI Part 3 (Hastings)

Henry VI Part 2 (Duchess Eleanor)

Henry VI Part 1 (Alencon/Countess of Auvergne/Woodville)

Henry IV Part 2 (Northumberland)

Henry IV Part 1 (Northumberland)

Richard II (Northumberland)

Macbeth (Malcolm)

Romeo and Juliet (Chorus/Prince)

The Merchant of Venice (Gratiano)

Cymbeline (Imogen)

Much Ado About Nothing (Ursula/First Watchman/Friar Francis)

King Lear (France/Gentleman/Third Servant)

Two Gentlemen of Verona (Lucetta/Musician)

As You Like It (Jacques)

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Henrietta Iscariot/St. Thomas)

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