Kiss me in the rain

Working on my newest song, which is about coming out of the storm and moving into a place of trust and comfort. Two very important elements to a happy & creative life and even perhaps a content life. Trust & inner comfort. Reflecting on the question from the Lesflicks Q & A 5/4/21 who couldContinue reading “Kiss me in the rain”

A West Village Original, ha! Living Large in Small Spaces

Michael D. Minichiello and I spoke over the phone and he summed up my life, career and THE PASS in 7 paragraphs! Now that’s some fine tuning! Really enjoyed speaking with him. And I think the most charming part of New York is The West Village, hands down. Everything is smaller so maybe smaller isContinue reading “A West Village Original, ha! Living Large in Small Spaces”

Writing Remembering

At any given moment, we may write what we think and feel. We put it down, we proclaim, we spit it out, we share with whatever our intentions were/are at the time we write. Saying something is one thing, however writing it down is another. Perhaps we write things down in order to not forget,Continue reading “Writing Remembering”

YOUR VOICE by Denise Marsa

I wrote a song after my London premiere of THE PASS. YOUR VOICE. I had the first line of the chorus and the title, and posted that line on Facebook. It was there almost a year. “Your voice is the loudest.” After London I was feeling so much, hard to explain. I had finally spokenContinue reading “YOUR VOICE by Denise Marsa”

The Stillness of Reading, Writing & Sitting at Desks & Pianos

I’ve always had an obsession with wanting to read more. Reading for me is all about keeping my interest and keeping me still enough, not to do, or move or get. That’s why I love desks and pianos. They keep me still. Having just read (at my desk) and really enjoyed it: NY Times “Jonathan Franzen isContinue reading “The Stillness of Reading, Writing & Sitting at Desks & Pianos”

Traveling Days: New York to London to New York to Aventura to Atlanta and then home!

Since September 20th I have been working, creating, socializing, helping family and exploring these three cities. It has been a packed 25 days and will write much more when I get home. London was a dream come true and the response to THE PASS has been so very positive, it is very rewarding. Here areContinue reading “Traveling Days: New York to London to New York to Aventura to Atlanta and then home!”

Wow London Premiere The Pass

Words can barely describe how I feel having performed the first ever performance of The Pass on September 27, 218. There were friends in the audience I had not seen for years and I had my niece Stephanie Colorado Trachtenberg and my BMG publisher Kris Munoz by my side, and they were a huge support! Continue reading “Wow London Premiere The Pass”

My 1st lighting designer relationship

I am pretty open to new “types” of relationships…this is certainly a new one for me! Today marks the first & only NYC run through with our lighting designer#KenWills for #THEPASS Thrilled to have his vision on board and on stage! The Playground Theatre David Burns PR here we go! Please LIKE our FB page https://www.facebook.com/ThePassMusical/ Beyond excited…

Great Britain: The Sum of Our Parts

With the up coming premiere of THE PASS in London at The Playground Theatre, and work at KMPR, my life is pretty full and time has become a bit precious. However today as I look back at my time in London and all the amazing people I have known and worked with over the yearsContinue reading “Great Britain: The Sum of Our Parts”