Episode 1 of the PAAL Podcast is LIVE | PAAL

Earlier this week, we posted a teaser on our Instagram, just getting started, of what we were recording. SURPRISE! It's the PAAL Podcast, a podcast dedicated to parents and caregivers in the performing arts - all-parent, all-discipline, all stage and place in career. Episode 1, "I WILL HOLD YOUR BABY," launches with our first interview:... Continue Reading →


Facebook LIVE – JULY 5 @ 4:15PM EST: Interview with Playwright Emma Gibson

Tune in LIVE for our interview with Emma Gibson, motherhood festival playwright of Water in My Hands going up at the Motherhood Festival Series from our partner organization the Philadelphia Women's Theatre Festival! To see the interview, visit our Facebook page here: Facebook.com/paalperformingarts Read more about Emma's play and the festival here: WATER IN MY HANDS... Continue Reading →

Art and Motherhood at MoMA | PAAL

On May 24th, 2018, I visited the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. The following day, I received an email thanking me for my MoMA membership and my visit, with a request for me to share about my experience. I replied with the following, but received no response. PAAL is publishing it here, so the... Continue Reading →

PAAL Childcare Grants Announced | PAAL

At our second annual forums launch in Philadelphia, we announced our first Childcare Grants coming this year. The grants are listed below. We're starting off small, but it's a start. These grants are micro-grants designed for individual artists and projects. How would you use a Childcare Grant? What would you make? Tell us in the... Continue Reading →

Motherhood and Meaning | PAAL

I have three children. A lot of people think this is insane, and most days I tend to agree with them. But I love being a mother and three kids just felt right for our family. I also love being an actress. I once asked my mother what the meaning of life was and she told... Continue Reading →

Grownup Conversations | PAAL

I got an email at 9:30 on a Wednesday evening asking me if I was available to start rehearsal on a two-hander the following Tuesday.  Rehearsal was only going to be two weeks long, only at night, with a four-week run. Who doesn’t love getting a straight offer? Except, my wife and I were three... Continue Reading →

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