Winter is fully underway at the start of 2015 here in Rochester, but big projects are on the horizon! March 5-7th, MuCCC will house the first full production of my long-workshopped play Mammoth, a comedic drama centering on two brothers welcoming home their estranged sister to assist them in the sale of their childhood house. As I have described it more officially, "A play about distance, family, and whether or not love can and should ever truly be unconditional."
As we get underway with rehearsals, the creative team and I will be making a concerted effort to keep the audience informed and updated on our process and script development, as one of the joys of directing my own work is the ability to function in both capacities toward making the show as good as it possibly can be. So keep your eyes on this space for updates! I can say wholeheartedly that I anticipate this process will be one of the most challenging and therefore rewarding projects I've worked on, and with a cast and creative team as good as this, I am eager to give the audience a memorable evening of theatre come March 5th.