November 2021, my book “The Hill”  became available at Autonomedia, on Amazon, or through me directly.

During COVID, acted in two short films (“Black Lives MATTER” and “Bethy’s Journey”),
helped develop 3 screenplays with IN Studios,
and found a publisher for my book, “The Hill.”

January 2020, signed a shopping agreement for my book, “The Hill”
Click here for a summary and background

November 2019, Booked a supporting role in my second feature:
Mnemosyne – shot mid-December 2019

And booked the lead in three short films:
Contractional Obligations – shot end of October 2019
Behind the Glass – shot early November 2019
We’ll Miss You – shot mid-November 2019.

November 2019, NYU’s Fales Library agreed to collect the documentation of my theatre’s early work in the ’80s and ’90s, includingThe Living Museum of the Nomad Monad, aka The Hill, the project described in Bertie’s book (see below).

October 2019, The Hill was documented in Bertie Ferdman‘s Off Sites: Contemporary Performance Beyond Site Specific. She had also written about it a few years back in Performing Arts Journal. Thanksgiving 2020 will mark the project’s 30th anniversary. Stay tuned for publication of my memoir about this notorious period in New York City history. You can buy her book here.

September 2019, participated in Pope.L:Conquest also known as the Pole:L Crawl, sponsored by the Public Art Fund. See me on stage with Pope.L at 5:07 to the end.

My company will produce its 5th Annual Coney Island Ritual Cabaret Festival
April 24-26, 2020 [POSTPONED DUE TO COVID]
More information here

And click here for the Youtube playlist of this year’s 20+ singular acts!

Sep/Oct 2018, had 3 films in 3 different festivals
and the one I co-produced WON in its category!

WINNER – category Made in Coney Island!!!
The Infamous Mermaid Uprising of 2017
(co-produced and appear in)

Cold Fish (dir. Alyssa Traitz)
Official Selection in the category Shorts With Legs
Fantastic Fest, Austin

My short essay, Milk and Honey, was published in Eat, Darling, Eat.

Proud to be featured in the podcast In the Balance, by Susan Lambert, in which I talk about my work and its intent ––
including about ICL, Butoh and Creepy Kid (see below).

My theater company received a grant for its part in creating
The Carnival of Connectivity.
Watch the 6-minute documentary on BRIC-TV. Thank you, Sasha Chavchavadze!

BROOKLYN ARTS FUND — Carnival of Connectivity Collective is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).