I can't believe it's already near the end of September! This has been a busy year. One that has seen me be a Frosty Bobber, a living statue (a few times in different locations), and also perform 9 to 5: The Musical at the Paul Bunyan Playhouse in Bemidji, Minnesota.
However, the busiest part of my year is still coming up! First up, my solo show, Origami Swans, is performing September 29th, at The Ember in downtown Grand Forks, ND (7pm). I'll also be giving a talk after the performance of the show, titled, "The Healing Power of Telling Your Story". The event serves as fundraiser for the Rally for Recovery which happens every September in Grand Forks, to raise awareness on the options for recovery from addiction in the area. The event is free, donations will be taken at the door. It's open to all in the community, and while the subject matter is dark, and sometimes graphic, the material is appropriate for mature teenagers and older.
After a few possible appearances around town in October and November, I cap the year with another New Year's Eve Gala with the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals. This year's theme is "Midnight Masquerade", because Murder's More Fun with Masks. More details will be coming on the event, but it's guaranteed to be bigger ad better.
I'm truly excited for these opportunities, and I hope you can catch some of these events.