Tag Archives: anastasia coon

Inside Rehearsal for Gracie and Rose

Gracie and Rose love off the grid and live off the land in 1950’s Wyoming — where wild horses run free and appearances are deceiving. Gracie lives as George so she and Rose can be together.

Is true love in the body worth the cost of living a lie in the world?
Gracie and Rose premieres at the Hollywood Fringe Festival June 16-29th. Written and Performed by Anastasia Coon. Directed by Che’Rae Adams.

Support untold stories of love – Indiegogo Campaign

GracieandRose.com

Hollywood Fringe Festival site: hff13.org/1372

Facebook.com/GracieAndRoseASoloShow

Sneak Peek: Gracie & Rose at Celebration Theatre

Thanks to the CCI (Center for Cultural Innovation) grant, I’m the Social Media Consultant for this 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival show. It’s a great challenge, to promote a show while training the team. I’ll keep you updated here.

We have a special reading at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood Tuesday night, and I hope you can make it.

Celebration Theatre Play Reading Series

Presents

Gracie and Rose Gracie and Rose

love off the grid and live off the land in 1950’s Wyoming – where wild horses run free and appearances are deceiving. Gracie lives as George so she and Rose can be together. Is true love in the body worth the cost of living a lie in the world?

Written and performed by Anastasia Coon and directed by CheRae Adams

Tuesday, April 30th @ 8pm at Celebration Theatre. Doors open at 7:30pm.

7051 Santa Monica Blvd (1 Block east of La Brea Blvd)

Admission for the reading is by donation ($5 suggested)

trailingspousetales705454698.wordpress.com/

Move your family. Keep your sanity.

Trailing Spouse Tales

Move your family. Keep your sanity.

Mister Acorn's Adventures

Stories by Pirate Dude

The Accessible Non-profit

Open your doors to welcome new audiences

Ellen Brock

Professional Freelance Novel Editor

Artist Soapbox

Original audio fiction + a podcast about creative process

National Day Calendar

Fun, unusual and forgotten designations on our calendar.

(not) Mixed (up)

A Biracial Swirl in a Black and White World

%d bloggers like this: