The season finale episode of “You’re Thinking of Someone Else” will take your wig off, even if you don’t wear a wig. Stirling Gardner and Katya Lidsky Friedman give outstanding and unforgettable performances in this super confessional piece “Right of Passage,” directed by one of the best directors I’ve had the privilege of working with, Jamie Neese. As always our adored runner and actress Brittany Flickinger opens with something she would “never” do.
Donuts is a workplace comedy; Pearl hijacks the donuts from her bosses minutes before a client meeting. Just when her bosses think they’ve acquiesced the situation, they realize, eh, not so much.
Donuts stars one of my favorite people and comedy writers EVER, Martin Olson. If you haven’t read his book, “Encyclopaedia of Hell,” I beg you to please buy it; the book will take your breath away, make you scream and think.
Brittany Flickinger plays the role of Pearl. If you don’t know Brittany’s work; you must run and experience her artistry in action. She’s an artist, singer, songwriter, actress and writer. The girl has mad skills, yo.
I also had the pleasure of working with someone new, Jeff Bowser. He’s FUCKING HYSTERICAL; an outstanding actor and comedian. You have got to check out his work.
Of course… none of this would have been possible without the incredible direction of, Jamie Neese. When I met him. I was in love with his work, POV and talent. Jamie is also a fantastic writer. Check out his work, yo.
Without Adam Franklin’s prowess as a cinematographer, ideasmith and editor, we wouldn’t have a beautiful series and episode…
Sascha Alexander is a comedic genius. She wrote and starred in “Bitches.” Her one woman show is on its way to Fringe NYC. As an aside, though we’re all wheezing cash, if you can toss a few bucks to her fundraising campaign to get her to NYC, that would be dandy. If you haven’t checked out Sascha’s work, click here.