How did you begin doing what you do? (Sound design, set, lighting, dance, acting, etc…)- I was in grade 6 drama class and saw an audition notice for a local play...started acting. Then while still in my teens I'd write scenes and short films and stuff. In a conservatory acting program with Medina is where we first started writing work to perform in...our first play being Tuesday & Sundays, which ended up touring for seven years and brought us all over the world :)
What has been the most exciting part about Any Night for you? Most surprising? - It was a dream to get to perform the play in New York off-broadway, that was awesome. And seeing your work in published form is always a treat. Beyond that, I'm actually super-excited to see this production of the play because I hear such wonderful things!
Any strange/funny sleepwalking experiences or stories to share? Or strange/funny dream stories? - Well when you write a play like this, people tell you all of their crazy nighttime stories - someone actually did breathe on their mirror and woke up hitting it. Another person had a SWAT team show up at her place because she was screaming so loud during a night terror. And - while Medina and I were writing the play we went on a writer's retreat to a cabin and I would wake up in the morning and all of the windows and doors would be open -- or closed. And I'm pretty sure Medina was doing that. I don't think it was me. So the play definitely affected our sleep.