On doing what you love
“The key to eternal happiness is low overhead and no debt.”
Anybody who tells people to “do what you love no matter what” should also have to teach a money management course.
Low overhead + no debt + “do what you love” = a good life.
“I deserve nice things” + debt + “do what you love” = a time bomb.
(Image from Steal Like An Artist)
Track 3: LAtoUK
Earlier this year I was lucky enough to be a part of the show Track 3 with Theatre Movement Bazaar. The play is an adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, filled with humor, movement, song and dance. It was a challenging experience—but really, really FUN.
This August, we are taking the show to the UK for a five week tour. We will be performing at both the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as the Greenwich Theatre in London. This is pretty incredible opportunity for us — and we are trying to raise funds to get there. I hope you can help! Here’s how:
- Go online to our Indiegogo Campaign,
- Or mail a check to:
Theatre Movement Bazaar
16442 Gilmore St
Lake Balboa, CA 91406
3. Spread the word! Share the Indiegogo Campaign on Facebook and Twitter.
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I had the pleasure of attending the I Am I World Premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival on Sunday, April 27th. (And walking my first red carpet!) Kudos to Writer, Director and Star, Jocelyn Towne—she was the recipient of the “Outstanding Acheivement (Director)” Award!
Pictured above (top, L to R): Kevin Tighe, Me, Melanie Lora, Jocelyn Towne, Simon Helberg, Dawn Didawick and Kitty Swink.
There’s people that say: “It’s not fair. You have all that stuff.” I wasn’t born with it. It was a horrible process to get to this. It took me my whole life. If you’re new at this — and by “new at it,” I mean 15 years in, or even 20 — you’re just starting to get traction. Young musicians believe they should be able to throw a band together and be famous, and anything that’s in their way is unfair and evil. What are you, in your 20s, you picked up a guitar? Give it a minute.
More on THREE STEPS BACK
“The play is riddled with schadenfreude. It also allows people to laugh at the misfortunes of others. The characters are cruel, pitiful, conniving, and very wicked in their humor with each other. And in the end, they get what they deserve, so it’s rather fulfilling.”
Read the Artists at Play interview with Three Steps Back playwright Peter J. Kuo.
Peter J. Kuo, Photo credit: Michael C. Palma
Artists at Play Readings
On Sunday, March 24th, I’ll be participating in Artists at Play Readings.
It should be a great event, with two readings happening throughout the day, with dinner provided to those staying for both shows.
I will be part of the Three Steps Back cast, written by Peter J. Kuo. I can’t wait.