VENUS IN FUR at RLT opens to amazing reception!

Raleigh Little Theater and Actor’s Comedy Lab present Venus in Fur by David Ives finished its opening weekend yesterday to standing ovations and the warmest reception I’ve ever experienced. I am incredibly proud of this incredible team of talented people at Actor’s Comedy Lab and blessed to be able to work with them on this brilliantly funny play. This play is like a long, intricate magic act, and a joy to perform. We hope you can see it before we sell out! Thank you, Raleigh!!

Production photos by Paul Cory Photography:
https://www.facebook.com/paulcory/posts/10205726510308745?notif_t=fbpage_mention

Reviews:
News & Observer, Roy Dicks
Theater review: McQueen leads strong ‘Venus in Fur’ at Raleigh Little Theatre
“Diana Cameron McQueen attacks the dream role of Vanda with gusto, growing in power as the play unfolds, manifesting Vanda’s dangerous sensuality with total aplomb. Tony Lea knowingly projects Thomas’ initial smirky confidence and later inevitable enthrallment with Vanda’s allure.”

CVNC: An Online Arts Journal in North Carolina |
THROUGH 2/1: Male and Female Lock Swords in Actors Comedy Lab’s Venus in Fur
“These two actors are tremendously right for their roles…Actors Comedy Lab has created another tour-de-force with this quietly explosive play, which leaves us all a little shocked, but not entirely surprised, at the final outcome….”

Grossology Full Dome Movie Opens!

Grossology & You comes to Morehead Planetarium! 
A year ago I lent my voice to the character of Norene Neuron.

My first animate feature, I was over the moon about finally being in a cartoon.
But Grossology is not only fun, it’s serious learning! And a little gross ;)

Check it out, playing now in Chapel Hill!
http://chapelboro.com/news/news-around-time/grossology/
Get your tickets!

 

Dracula at Temple Theater!

Dracula at Temple Theater in Sandford, NC was the best way to spend Halloween. Between comics and White Wolf, I’ve been preparing for the role of Vampire Bride my whole life, haha. I was one of three Brides of Dracula in the production Directed by Corey Brunish, adapted by Peggy Taphorn and  helmed by Ira David Wood IV, Robyne Parrish, Marc Filliaci, and Mark Allen Woodward. As you can see below, I had a wicked good time showing off my fangs and vampiric abilities. :)

Review: http://www.sanfordherald.com/features/x1154813458/REVIEW-Temples-Dracula-is-scary-good

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