I think Stella Adler once said it's unattractive to smell things on stage. I'm paraphrasing but I'm pretty sure she said that. When I was six, I appeared in my first musical-eco-awareness-variety review at the local Jewish Community center. I had one line and I rehearsed it for weeks. On opening night, I walked on to the stage where I immediately forgot my line, and got my first laugh. I've been looking for laughs at my own expense and elbowing my way onto the stage ever since.
These days, I'm a los Angeles based film & theatre maker. I've been known to work in New York, the UK, whatever! some may say I'm global. I produce, act, and direct. Sometimes I even write stuff that I make. Now some of you may be thinking, "Hey that Eden claims to be good at a few different things. How can we trust her?" Well that's up to you. But really ya'll, its all part of the same storytelling coin. A three to four-sided coin, where each side informs the rest. If I were musically inclined, it might be the equivalent of writing, singing, producing, and performing my own album, like say Stevie Nicks. I mean, I can carry a tune but I'm no Stevie Nicks (yet). ok, flip to the next page if you want to know more.
Stay safe out there,
P.S. the line was "save the animals, save the rainforest".