MOIRA STONE

Actor / Singer

Brooklyn Left; Readings Ahoy

 Photo by  Rebecca Davis .

Photo by Rebecca Davis.

 Why We Left Brooklyn has closed. I could not be more proud of the show, of Kyle, of Matt, or of my spectacular cast-mates. It was really something. 

At right, Jay and me backstage, sharing a flask after our final exits. 

Next up, I've got some developmental readings - a new series by Jennifer Gordon Thomas   Mac Rogers, a completely hilarious new play by Mark Staufenberg called The Godzilla Project, and a new play from Stephen Speights about the last bottle of the most expensive wine in the world. (Here's the public reading details for that last one.)

MASS is coming

Robert's untitled rock opera, a.k.a. the Van Gogh project, a.k.a. the thing we've been working on for the last three years, is in rehearsal. It's gonna be epic. More photos.

  Photo by Joe Kolbow. Triptych by Sarah K. Lippmann .

Photo by Joe Kolbow. Triptych by Sarah K. Lippmann.

Odds and Ends from Fall 2011

A welter of smaller projects to report. 

This summer, I sat for Matt Freeman's Silent New York and I read Melissa Gawlowski's Spring Tidesfor Boomerang. In October, I risked life, limb and dignity as an actor in the One Minute Play Festival's Livewriting event at The Brick. 

I noticed (actually, embarassingly, my mom noticed) that two older projects of mine are on YouTube; Matt Freeman's Character(s) and Eric Sommer's Total Candor

And I'm happy to be involved again with that scoundrel Matthew Paul Olmos, reading his The Death of the Slow'Dying Scuba Diver for TerraNOVA's Groundbreakers.