Tuesday, December 10, 2019

My new short play UNNATURAL GAS @ the empowHER Reading Series from Clutch Productions

I am excited to be a part of Full Circle through Clutch Productions, and we have created an evening of short plays for their empowerHER reading series around the theme of ...

WELLNESS: how women's experiences and roles impact their health, sense of self, agency, personal and political power. 

It's happening this Sunday, 12/15 @ 5pm 
Primary Stages Studios, Studio B
307 West 38th Street, Suite 1510

My short play Unnatural Gas will receive its first public reading as a part of the event! 

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

CREEK AND KILLS @ Our Wicked Lady on Thursday 12/5 for Thursdays for the Cause

I'll be playing bass and crooning out the tunes with Marc and Jon...
Thurs. 12/5 
@ Our Wicked Lady
153 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn!
Thursdays for the Cause
(all proceeds going to local non-profits that are doing GOOD work)
9pm Creek and Kills (w/special guest drummer Jon Quinn!)
9:45 Significant Others
10:30 Waterfall Strainer

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Creek and Kills @ Alphaville with Night of Cups and Wild Yawp Tuesday 11/19

Marc and I are excited to play Alphaville in Bushwick for the first time (with special guest drummer Jon Quinn), with our friends Night of Cups and Wild Yawp!  Also, Marc's b-day is the next day, so come celebrate with us!

TUESDAY, 11/19
8pm doors
8:30 Night of Cups
9:30 Creek and Kills
10:30 Wild Yawp

Get tix here: https://dice.fm/event/pvl7p-creek-and-kills-wild-yawp-night-of-cups-19th-nov-alphaville-new-york-tickets

Alphaville is at 140 Wilson Avenue in Brooklyn!  Hope to see you there!

Friday, November 1, 2019

Creek and Kills Hosts Ladycentric Rockalicious Vol. III @ Branded Saloon, FRI NOV 1, DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

Come celebrate DIA DE LOS MUERTOS with Creek and Kills!
@ Branded Saloon
603 Vanderbilt Avenue

8pm Buck Fang
9pm Creek and Kills (with special guest drummer, Heather Wagner)
10pm The Subtexts

Sunday, September 29, 2019

CREEK AND KILLS Has a New Album For You...

The Reverse Engineers transformed into Creek and Kills this summer, and now our first album is hot off the presses and available here:


And we have a beautiful new video for one of the singles of the album, "Scaith," directed by our friend Manny Bocchieri, and edited by the amazing Amy Grumbling.  You can check that out here:

We had a truly joyous release party on Friday 9/20 @ The Way Station with the wonderful talents of Fisty, The Shook Ones, and The Lousekateers.  Here are some fun pics of that night from our very talented friend Patrick Bryant:
From the bar...

Our back-up singers Shakeerah Fredericks, Victoria Scott, and Gretchen Poole were amazing!

Rock, rock, rock!

Me and Marc flying!

The Shook Ones are so fierce...

The Lousekateers on fire! 

The ladies of Fisty were bringing it...

 The fall will be FULL of chances to come here us live!

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Two Chances This Memorial Day Weekend to See The Reverse Engineers...before we TRANSFORM

You have TWO chances to see The Reverse Engineers this Memorial Day weekend...

Friday, May 24
17 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206
$10 cover
Saturday, May 25, 6pm, The Lousekateers Album Release Party!
TRE plays at 7
Target Acquired at 8
and The Lousekateers at 9
92 Main Street, Yonkers, NY
We have a big announcement...come and see us transform right before your eyes!

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Theater to the People: HOME Work-in-Progress Performance and Discussion Sat. 4/13, 7pm

Theater to the People: HOME
A workshop performance and discussion
Directed by Julia Cavagna and Kate Bell

Saturday, April 13, 2019
Brooklyn Arts Exchange Theater
421 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Facebook and Instagram: theaterttpeople

I've been truly blessed to be a part of an interesting new theater project this spring.  I've collaborated with the Argentinian actress/director Julia Cavagna on a series of theater-making workshops for adults in Brooklyn, bringing together people who are not usually in a room together, people who've immigrated here recently and people who have lived here all their lives, people with theater experience and people who have never been on stage before, people in their 20s to their 60s, people who have five different first languages (English, Spanish, Quiche, Swedish, and Japanese). 

We have all come together every Monday for the past six weeks to use theater as way of thinking about HOME.  We're also exploring how collaborative creative practice can create community across social divides like race/ethnicity/class and help us to brainstorm together to respond to the political and economic challenges that arise when we talk about immigration or gentrification.

We would like to share what we've created with all of you and talk to you about it! 
Come join us on Sat. 4/13!