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A mention like this on a stage with all these star names is kind of a big fucking deal in Hollywood.
Thank you, National Rock Review, for covering the debut of my Creepy Clown Burlesque at Lucky Strike Live’s Ultimate Jam Night 7/8/15.
Photo by Tamea A.
I’m a producer now. Without hesitation and with audible voice I say it aloud: I produce. You have a vision and you bring it to life with the help of a team and then one day it looks like what you envisioned without ever showing a soul the mental photograph you’ve been working off. That’s magick. That’s birth. That’s creation.
I get a whole other joy from producing than I do performing. And so far, I’ve ALSO performed in most of the projects I’ve produced as well. Talk about adding a whole nother level to the effort! After the last pinup photo shoot with John Sluder photographing and Shoot Cut Deliver filming, I questioned weather I actually wanted to perform in something I’d produced again. Almost immediately, I asked, rather, how I could create the next production as something I enjoyed performing in and still had enough to give both responsibilities and come off on top. Cause that’s what producers do. We find solutions.
I know now, there are only solutions.
But there are so many situations. And communication (or lack thereof) styles. There are technical difficulties and egos that do nothing but give me a pain in my ass. There’s surprises and lessons learned lots of lost sleep. Through it all, a producer creates the art, but more frequently is engaged in creating solutions.
Today one of my show’s stars felt overwhelmed at performing 3 solos and 2 group choreo numbers. I’m performing 6 solos and 2 group numbers. And in this Pinup Pole Show performance three of those solos are new. Girls, we got this. Move directly towards the target with confidence and gumption. Now is our time.
I’ve also developed the ability to step aside and trust it’s a resting point without making it a stopping point. Setting myself up for success. Tactics for being a creator.
* video screen capture by Shoot Cut Deliver on the Pinup Pole Show pinup photo shoot with John Sluder
1/2C frozen peas thawed 7 min
1/2 large Hass avocado cubed
1/4 cucumber cubed
1/4C raw cashews soaked 8 hours and thrice rinsed
1/2T coconut vinegar
dash cedar smoked salt
dash raw turmeric powder
dash Crystal Manna
I produce the show and apparently edit the video, too! Here is a fantastic new teaser of my show, Pinup Pole Show, from our March 2015 performance at The Federal in NoHoArts, CA.
Real tears. I think they hired me because I cry real tears on camera. Director, Mark Pellington said to me during filming “we’re working with a real actor here”. That means a lot to me.
Please enjoy my acting work in the new Three Days Grace “Human Race” music video.