Drawing Board Reading: The Party

Thank you to The Drawing Board and all involved with the reading on July 21, 2014! And a special big thanks to Misha Calvert, the playwright of the short British farce: "The Party!" I had so much fun reading the role of Evie! The whole cast did an awesome job - I think we pulled off the British humor well for a bunch of Americans!

The play is still in development but as it stands, the plot of "The Party" is simple: drugs, sex, and confused young adults. It has every archetype you see at a party with a pretty dark twist.  My character, Evie, is the girl at the party who doesn't want to be there, gets sick, and then leaves her boyfriend behind while he hits on other women. It's dark, funny, and quick. It was a pleasure to be a part of the ride. I'm very excited to see where this goes in the future!

Drawing Board Reading: Divine Food

Heather recently read the role of JENNA in The Drawing Board's reading of DIVINE FOOD by Linda Manning. To read such exceptional writing with such a phenomenal cast was a privilege for Heather and she feels so lucky to be part of this amazing group of artists.


photos credit: Keith Thompson


Drawing Board Reading: MARCONI

Heather was honored to read the roles of FASHIONABLE LADY and REPORTER 3 in the August Drawing Board reading of Monique Peterson's narrative feature MARCONI.

The table read went well and all members are excited to see where this screenplay will go in the near future! Italy, perhaps?

photos credit: Keith Thompson

Blues Man Reading with Truant Arts!

Heather read the role of The Stranger from the play Blues Man by Joshua R. Cox. The play follows the early life of blues musician Robert Johnson and investigates the mystery surrounding his career through magical realism. Did he sell his soul to the devil in exchange for a musical ability one could only dream of? The Stranger appears in all shapes, sizes, and personalities - all pointing Robert and his family to their deepest, darkest desires.

Scared of Sarah

Heather read the role of Mooching Passenger in a reading of the play Scared of Sarah by Laura Brienza for The Drawing Board.

The Drawing Board is a group of artists dedicated to reading new works; providing positive feedback and constructive criticism to the author while giving a lively new voice to the characters.