Y'all, the gorgeous Glass Town is coming to a computer screen near you March 22nd! This trailer just dropped and I am obsessed.
Wait, what is Glass Town? So glad you asked.
music and lyrics by Miriam Pultro
directed by Daniella Caggiano
A rock requiem starring the Brontë siblings -- Anne, most feminist and most faithful, a neosoul star; Emily, melancholy alt-rock prodigy; Branwell, full of the blues; and Charlotte, fiery frontwoman, desperate for recognition and love. A staged concept album that defies traditional musical theatre, Glass Town explores familial bonds, grief, and isolation, using the literary family as archetypal touchstones.
Glass Town is "an ambitious, credible new musical with a bright future ahead"
Read an interview with writer and performer Miriam Pultro.
See you on the internet!
Using our week-long residency at The Center at West Park, the MAXA team and I made a music video for the song Strange Power. I had so much fun directing this spooky beauty and seeing it all come together! You can read more about the project and team here.
“Strange Power” from MAXA, The Maddest Woman in the World
Starring L Morgan Lee and Yansa Fatima as Paula Maxa
Book and Lyrics by Mika Kauffman
Music by Thomas Jacobsen
Directed by Daniella Caggiano
Produced by Xiaoyu Yang
Visit www.maxamusical.com for the full team
After Assistant Directing the 2016 production of Tumacho, I am back in the saddle as AD for this remount of Ethan Lipton's "impeccably inane horse opera"! And we are a NYTimes Critics Pick again! Come check us out now through March 21st-- you can grab tickets here.
Grateful to be in The Flea's brand new cohort of Resident Directors!
I'm the Associate Director on the remount of Jocelyn Bioh's School Girls; or, The African Mean Girls Play at MCC this Fall! Working with Rebecca Taichman has been incredible. You can check out this production in NYC this October, tickets are here!
So excited to be featured in The Interval's article "Theatre Doesn't Take A Summer Vacation"! I got a chance to speak with The Interval about my production of Mike Poblete's Surfacing, my relationship with The Jed Foundation, making theatre for a cause, and what's ahead for me in 2018.
Read the whole article here:
Thrilled to be named a 2018 Drama League Resident Artist!
I used my residency to develop Brewsters, a new play by my longtime collaborator Cayenne Douglass with a killer cast.
So grateful to have been included in The Interval's 2016 "Women to Watch" list!
These ladies are all so inspiring-- I'm in really badass company here.
Read my interview and the rest of this amazing article here.