Throwback Thursday


Continuing with the Halloween costume theme for the month, here are some pics from the Halloween-themed children’s show I did two years ago with the wonderful Matt and Ian, directed by Jesse Bush. It was my first paid acting gig out of college and it was a blast to do! Enjoy


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Return to Ithaca Day 2 & 3


Well all i can say is that after reuniting with jake and lyndsay on friday, i knew that the rest of the weekend would be anything but boring. and boy was i right lol. saturday included our obligatory breakfast at ithaca bakery and then we were off to the wineries of upstate new york. on our itinerary was Americana Vineyard and Lucas Vineyard where we partook in wine tastings and bought these wonderful wine slushie concoctions (don’t worry we had a Designated Driver, our friend Jeremy, who knew all the best places to go) and i purchased a bottle of red wine the Banco Noir, which is without a doubt my new favorite red wine! After taking naps we got dressed for our pre-show dinner at the Boatyard Grill. Looking schnazzy and eating well we looked over the water as the sun began to set over the city.

Then it was showtime! We attended the closing night of the Hangar Theatre’s production of Sondheim’s Gypsy, directed by my mentor and current artistic director Stephanie Yankwitt. The production was fantastic and some of our campers from last summer’s Next Generation program were featured in the show. Leaving the theatre singing tunes from the show, we drove over to Corks and More, where the Hangar was holding the closing night party. It was great to see the cast of actors letting loose as we reflected on their performances. Since we were a little hungry after the bar, we drove over to Short Stop for sandwiches and snacks, chatting outside about our disbelief that we only had one day left in Ithaca.

Day 3 was a lazy sunday that started with me having a great chat with Stephanie, before Jake and Lyndsay rolled through for breakfast at, where else, Ithaca Bakery, before we went to the Farmer’s Market. The day was sunny and cool, with a refreshing breeze billowing through the trees. After purchasing flowers at the market and looking at the various stands and wares, we said our goodbyes to Stephanie before heading to one of the gorges to dip our feet in, before grabbing lunch at Wegmans with Andrew Keeler who was driving through on his way to Green, NY for a workshop.

All in all the weekend was long and short at the same time. We were able to visit all of our old haunts and reconnect and reminisce about last summer and predict what our future held in store for each of us.

Leaving Ithaca is always hard, but also necessary. I was able to reconnect with great friends, and remind myself why nature is so important for each us. If you ever have the opportunity to find a place that truly frees you, mind, body and soul, always hold it close to you and visit it as often as you need. It truly helps me get through the long days, weeks, and months i spend hustling in the Big Apple.















Return to Ithaca



Well as you can see i’m not in the city anymore! Feasting my eyes on the green mountains and blue rivers and lakes i am in upstate new york this weekend. I am writing this short photo post from the screened porch of a friend in town and i gotta say there is nothing more refreshing than sitting out here with a cup of coffee listening to the hum of insects and songs of nearby birds. Below is a short timeline of my first day traveling to and arriving in ithaca. The cast of characters include myself, jake, lyndsay, jeremy and jamilla, from the bus ride to reunion, ithaca bakery, bandwagon, corks and more, and after the wedge production at the hangar theatre enjoy! And if you want to see pictures of what today will bring check out my instagram feed to the right of the screen and follow me at dramagirl07.
Happy Saturday!!