I've written a lot so far about self-started projects, teaching myself guitar and Hebrew, writing (and finishing!) my play, and so on. Today I'm happy to report a new production, Seven Minutes in Eternity, by Andy Boyd, going up at the Schapiro theatre at the end of this month. I'm doubly excited because in addition to acting, I get to exercise my fight directing skills, a particularly welcome opportunity in the absence of fighting at the Renaissance Faire this summer.

Some candid shots taken by our director as we staged the first slap of the fight.

Some candid shots taken by our director as we staged the first slap of the fight.

Seven Minutes is based on the true story of William Dudley Pelley (look him up; he's a trip - the title is a reference to how he described his "near-death experience") and takes place in the early 20th century. The show includes elements of a radio play and a superhero comic, giving us lots of room for hilarious over the top characters, big action, and serious storytelling.

We have weeks to go before opening night, but I'm already having a blast. I highly recommend checking us out - tickets are free! View the facebook event here, or reserve tickets by emailing sevenminutes2016@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!