Appearances And Their Friends

Stand Up

Nick At Nite’s Search For Funniest Mom in America 3 TV

(April ’07 broadcast/ Top 15 in Northeast region)

Boston Comedy Festival 2007 through 2010 MA

BCF Competition 2010/2008

New York Underground Comedy Festival NYC

Women In Comedy Festival MA

Mamapalooza Festival NYC

North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (2/2011)

Five Funny Female Tour New England Region

Carolines/Gotham Comedy Club/Comedy Cellar/Stand-up NY NYC

Comic In Residence Program @ The Comedy Studio Boston

Rooftop Comedy's Daily 8 Pick

*more extensive list of NYC, NY, PA, NJ, CT, NY, VT,MA, ME venues available upon request


The A Plate T. Weissman, Dir.

The Polka King M.Forbes/W. Wolodarsky, Dirs.

This Invention of Lying R. Gervais, Dir.

Dopes M. Stanley, Dir.

27 Dresses SCUBA diver underwater wedding photo (stunt) A. Fletcher, Dir.


Anthony Vincent Bova, Joy Morris using Eric Morris Acting Technique

Susan Cameron Voice

Wendy Dillon Voice-over

Upright Citizens Brigade NYC Long-form Improv/Harold

Other Stuff I Can Do

Sketch and stand-up comic, Produced NYC Playwright, Horror quality scream ( a very underrated gift). Padi Scuba diver, Backpacker (AMC).Licensed MA drivers license, Former adult with epilepsy (public speaker), Can do pratfalls, Not afraid of heights, Great with animals, Basic swing and ballroom, Writer, Dialects (various countries, various regions). Voice over commercial demo available. SAG/AFTRA


After a pretty insane summer, it has come down to a dull roar.

Right now I have the Vermont Comedy Contest at the Vermont Comedy Club in Burlington coming up on October 19th and we shall see how the schedule works out with semi finals and such.

Also, in November I will be returning to the Rogues to host the pre-Thanksgiving show on November 19th at Club Cafe as Mama Bang Bang.

I have a couple of stand up gigs in the works but not promised in stone just yet. Picking up some regular gigs up in Killington throughout the winter. Updates to follow!

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Howdee.....My Faccacta Tuches Is Back!

So a lot has been going on in the upteen million years since I've utilized this here thing so we have a lot of catching up to do!

First of all,  I was cast in one of the very best comedy burlesque troupes in all of the world (and especially Boston) Rogue Burlesque as their host Mama Bang Bang. In the three years since embarking on this ship of riches, I have written or co-written a number of scripted variety shows including several installments of "Talk Nerdy To Me," "Speakeasy Circus" runs number one and two as part of The Boston Circus Guild.....who, in turn, were part of the Artist In Residence program at The Oberon which is, in turn, part of the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard.....and "Your Body And You" all at the Oberon. We also have done a ton of revue shows at The Oberon, Club Cafe and other places.

Working with the Rogues gave me the opportunity to explore Bang Bang and other characters like Prunehead Kugel: Burlesque Queen Of The Boca Raton Retirement Community, Mob Thug Pearlie Dentimacchia* and Health Teacher Joan. Pearlie was actually kicked over to another performer for the third run of "Speakeasy" which is sort of weird but also nice because something I help create evolved on without me. Pearlie got legs and ran off. So there you go.

Also, during this time I was allowed the opportunity to explore my character Linda from "Gayle" a little further, taking her to different theatres in New York and Boston. I always wondered what it was like to work on the Brattle and Soho Rep and now I know. Working with Chris Fleming and Melissa Strype and the whole Gayle gang is always like being in a perfect storm of performers. I always feel so lucky to be sitting in the middle of genius swirling around me. The audience can be off the hook insanely wonderful. For a moment, when I walk out onto the stage, they scream and I feel like a Monkee. Life don't get better than doing a Gayle show.

I also had one of those weird How The Hell Did I Get here experiences being cast in a small role in Jack Black's next movie "The Polka King" which is set to premier in 2017.  I made some character choices I may be stuck with forever and I am really curious to see how this looks. The script is really great and the story, based on a true one, is just crazy.

My voice over reel nabbed me the 2015 Best Female In A Voice Over Spot NEABO award which was super cool and encouraging. I was also cast directly out of the New England Actors website by Cramer Productions to do a union in-house educational film voice over gig. Gotta love that site! Right now I am pursing a lot more of that kind of work. I am also setting up the capability to do audiobooks (yes, I really can talk in a lower register!) and have the ability to self submit voice over submissions from home. I'm looking at you, NYC voice over agents.

In writing land, I am setting up a podcast/website to address the communication and cultural gaps between generations. Also, Linda from "Gayle" is going  Rupert Pupkin meets Martha Stewart. I'll let you stew on that in your own head. Too many details will spoil the surprise. Lots of other blogging and play writing projects coming out of my head.  Whatever I grab onto next...

And, as always, stand-up. Because it is the mother ship. Schedule updates to come!

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Newton and Precious Saltwater in case you are looking for something non-stand uppy.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Here's the thing...

Every once in a while a door opens and you either walk into the opportunity knowing its an opportunity or just a door.  Not everyone who walks through that door uses it.  Some folks assume that it will make you special to just be there.  I see that door and know that it is going to become a once in a career change.  Because too many never opened before and I will take it with as much energy as humanly possible.  It's not just a door.  Just you wait.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

My Trailer

This is a picture of my trailer in the movie "The Invention of Lying."  There is nothing cooler than having a trailer, someone to carry an umbrella over your head to keep your hair just so and Ricky Gervais to attack loudly for pay. My door is the first one (its NOT the bathroom). The last door is my friend Joe Wong's.  This was a very good day.

And while we're at it, me as stupid as a stump post Lisa Pecky in "The A Plate" with Sam McMurry and Joe Stapleton. Another great day at work.