She most recently appeared in "Fat Camp" (NYMF), and has appeared off-Broadway in "Junie B.
Jones" (Lortel Theatre), her one-woman show "Dear Diary" (Ars Nova), as well as throughout NYC in long-form improv comedy with the Upright Citizen's Brigade.
A must read for anyone considering dating, mating, or marriage any time in the nineteenth century, and a fun read for everyone in the present day!
When it comes to dating, things are never as easy as they should be.
You are stunning and have a great smile and sparkly personality.
Would love to take you out some time if I can find you! There are all kinds of misconnections that cause us to sometimes look back and wonder "what if." We may not be able to track them down on Craigslist—and maybe we don’t want to—but there is value in reflecting a little bit on what exactly was missing. When it came down to it, I couldn’t get deep with these guys.
Needless to say, I’ve gotten a little tired of watching all my friends enter relationships and being inexplicably upset by their happiness.
It’s only taken me a couple years of cynically proclaiming that all the good ones are gone to realize that I can’t just go around making these depressing and seemingly unsupported claims without at least trying to prove myself wrong.
As the resident single friend of my group, I’ve gotten a little too used to queuing up Netflix on Saturday nights instead of actually going out to socialize.
This is a delightful compilation of advice that while quaint and quirky, is every so timley.
It is what our mothers and grandmothers told us, and probably what we told our children. It is a must-read for brides, and those who date or want to learn how to behave in social situations.
Some of them are gross, but most of them are really sweet.
Check this one out from Fourth of July weekend: “I was in my old Chevy Tahoe, heading out of the city after the fireworks; you were on the street watching the locals shoot off fireworks. We spoke for a few minutes before the light turned.