I am privileged to perform as a speaker in this concert series with Voices Rising. If you’re in the Boston area, you can purchase tickets here.
Celebrating and protecting voting rights, promoting pay equity, demanding gun reform, and safeguarding women’s autonomy. With battle-cry anthems and pensive reflections on our ongoing struggles, Voices Rising’s music urges you to foster resilience and emboldens you to resist. Our time is now.
Our Time Is Now: Songs of resistance and resilience features Joan Szymko’s “Lifting As We Climb,” the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA) commission for the Dr. Catherine Roma women composer project.
I was very excited to interview director Sarah Moshman, who directed one of my Top 10 favorite films of 2017–the documentary Losing Sight of Shore. She has inspiring things to say about women in film, perseverance, and her desire to end sexual harassment in the workplace.
I’m very excited to be playing the role of Mary Jane in the Praxis Stage production of Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train by Stephen Adly Guirgis. This is a character I’ve wanted to explore for a long time and I’m working with a great group of artists. If you’re in the Boston area in May, please be sure to check it out. Tickets are now ON SALE.