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Magus Park

Written by Jane and Jim Jeffries
Directed and Produced by Ryan Liddell

For the hybrid 2021 Festival, I merged my film and theatre backgrounds into a recorded performance of this new work. With a spectacular cast, poignant script by Jane and Jim Jeffries, and a ton of support, we knocked this out of the park--pun intended! See our reviews here.

January 31 - March 15, 2019

January 3 - March 9, 2020

The One and Only Ivan

Adapted by Jim Grote 

From the Book by Katherine Applegate


I had the distinct pleasure of touring with Lifeline Theatre--twice! We traveled across the nation, bringing Jim Grote's adaptation of Katherine Applegate's Newberry Award winning book to life. Find our updates on various social media with #FreewayGorillas


Spinning Into Butter

Tara Lonzo directed this the first show in Canterbury's Winter season under new Winter Arts Director Jacob West.


Starring Nora Ryska and John Landecker, this poignant, hard-hitting, and timely show opens conversations on all the -isms we have finally begun to acknowledge in our day-to-day. Watch the trailer here!


Blood Guilt

August 2 - 11, 2019

I produced, co-directed and co-starred in this two person, one act show about pain, loss, forgiveness and understanding; more relevant now, it seems than ever before.

This New Work by Jane and Jim Jeffriespremiered at the Minnesota Fringe Festival in August, 2019. It received excellent reviews and 4 1/2 stars (out of 5) from audiences. 


November 10 - December 10, 2018


Redtwist Theatre, Chicago

On the eve of affirming her late husband's prestigious legacy, Helen Alving strives to finally bury his long-festering secrets. Relentless in its examination of the white feminist, Erin Murray’s world premiere adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece promises audiences the most incendiary Ghosts since 1882. It asks: are you devoted to a greater good…or just your own demise?


September 7 - October 6, 2018

The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

Interrobang Theatre Project presents Edward Albee's award-winning story of love, loss, acceptance, and, um, goats. Well, a goat. Directed by James Yost, at Rivendell Theatre in Chicago! 

See what Critics said about the show!


Find out more about Interrobang at their website,

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