About the Show
diy your life with the help of longtime lifestyle blog goodhomeliving.tumblr.com. basically it's just me, lindsey leonard, talking about how the blog was made and also giving out some fresh tips and tricks for living in your home. there will be some interactive demos, but nobody will get called out who doesn’t volunteer because i know a lot of people who really hate that. it’s under an hour and there is basically a party at the end.
About the Artists
Lindsey Leonard, writer/performer- Originally from Anchorage, AK Leonard received her BFA in theatre from Cornish College of the Arts. She performed in Seattle and Tashkent, Uzbekistan as a member of repertory Chekhov company The Seagull Project. Leonard co-wrote, performed, and produced musical comedy act SuperFamous at Seattle Sketchfest and Bumbershoot. Leonard wrote and performed solo show Madigan and the Magic Box at Dixon Place, directed by Rachel Levens. In fall 2017, Leonard directed play Polly’s Quest at the Tank. Currently, Leonard is a member of improv comedy group Mercy Santos.
Rachel Levens, Director - Rachel Levens is a graduate from Cornish College of the Arts. She received her BFA in Theater with an emphasis in Original Works. Rachel is a new play director, divisor, dramaturg, and teaching artist. She has directed HYENA (La MaMa, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, & United Solo), The Expulsion (Thespis Theatre Festival at The Hudson Guild), Tourist Trap (The Radium Girls), Madigan and the Magic Box and American Hero (Dixon Place). Rachel has participated in The Fast and The Furious at The Tank and in the Wild Project’s 48 Hour 10 Minute Play Festival. Rachel volunteers at CO/LAB Theater Group and The 52nd Street Project.
Emily Clarkson, Lighting Design- Some years ago, Emily was born in a small Michigan town. Should you ever care to know, she will point to it’s location upon her palm-map; as well as the location of the city in which she received her Bachelor degree in Theatre Arts from Eastern Michigan University. After graduating with her M.F.A. from the University of Arkansas she moved to New York City to fulfill duties as the 2017 Hemsley Lighting Intern. Through this opportunity she has worked for companies such as The Lincoln Center Festival, San Francisco Opera, Alvin Ailey, and New York City Ballet. She now works as a freelance lighting designer in the city. Past credits include: Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins, Qui Nguyen's Vietgone, and the world premere of the opera Backwards From Winter with the Center for Contemporary Opera . She is very excited to be a part of goodhomeliving, and Lady Fest.