One of 3 shows I’m currently working on, set to world premiere at Theatre of NOTE this August if we can meet our funding goals. Contribute to the IndieGoGo campaign and score some awesome Beatles swag!
It’s early days yet, but it looks like a live production might be a thing, sooner rather than later… that would be so shpadoinkle!
Praise for Floyd Collins:
The production is splendidly sung—there is not a note out of place—and, what’s more, it’s quite well acted. Indeed, the cast seemed to fully inhabit their characters; Kara McLeod’s dead-on costumes are surely a big part of it, but I’ve never before seen a Floyd Collins where everyone just looked the part.
Praise for The Musical of Musicals:
Costume designer Kara McLeod takes the actors from their basic blacks through all the characters by adding in appropriate pieces from an apron, hat, vest, dress, evening gown, robe, gloves, mask and cape to quickly allow the actors to switch between their many characters. And cross-dressing never looked better!
Praise for The Glass Menagerie:
Kara McLeod’s costumes accurately capture the period, and the spangled pink frock which Amanda has found deep in her closet is a particular delight, especially with the debutante tiara atop her Marcelled hair.