The Tragedy: A Comedy - Ammunition Theatre Company


Alex Performs on Friday Dec 1st!
You could wait to get your tickets - but why do that?!!

A.  During a magic mushroom trip, three down-on-their-luck talent managers realize that they’re trapped within a tragic play – a play that must end in MURDER!

Alex is the siren they seek; their prophet, their guide!  She is the visionary with the eyes & the party supplies to send these heroes on a psychedelic trip they'll never forget.

It's a hoot.  

B.  I'm a December baby & would love to celebrate my birthday month with you!


Timeswimmers, this standalone Ars Paradoxica extras episode, is a nostalgic delight into lunacy.

You time swam into an asinine slice of a childhood you didn’t know you were nostalgic for.  Starring ME as Badass 20 Dollar Tubman.


Timeswimmers, a rollicking new adventure from the people who bring you ars Paradoxica & The Koch Brothers Mystery Show!

WARNING: This episode is ridiculous, and contains Cartoon Mischief (including some gore, some waterboarding, and some cancer jokes).

To Tell the Truth


Hosted by Anthony Anderson, To Tell The Truth is an anarchic and funny re-imagination of the beloved, game show of the same name. 

In each round a panel of celebrities are presented with three people who all claim to be the same person with the same incredible talent, job, or achievement.  However, two of the three are allowed to lie.  
Can the celebrities suss out which participant among them has come To Tell the Truth?

~Season 2 Episode 7

Wonder Buffalo

In the Volume; doing character motion for the VR

The Wonder Buffalo VR Experience.
It was just another Saturday listening to records and drawing comics, until Ann was challenged by an archnemisis: her mother. Tired of being called a fat lazy water buffalo, Ann stands up for herself & discovers the super heroine within. 

Director: Christine T. Berg, Screenwriters: Christine Berg, Simon Shterenberg

Wonder Buffalo will be part of the VR experience at SXSW!

According to the creator, Christine Berg, "Don't let your mind bully your body!!!"

Brix & the Bitch - Final Cali Festivals (Catalina & Napa)


Two years ago my friend & feminist director, Nico Raineau, asked me to join him in creating a short female-driven fight film about love existing in an unconventional place.  He & I, along with Dre Swain & the Brix & the Bitch crew, went on a collaborative journey to make one of the most rewarding films I've ever had the joy to work on.  So, you can imagine my mourning pride as I inform you that our film is now retiring from her international festival tour.  Our last two screenings were here in California.  We won an Award for Excellence at the Catalina Film Festival, and closed the tour in the vineyards of the prestigious Napa Valley Film Festival.  In total we screened at 40 film festivals internationally and won 21 awards!  The success is in direct correlation to the passion, dedication, & talents of everyone involved.   

The Mourning & The Pride

All great things must come to an end, and although Brix & the Bitch may be a fictional narrative, the concepts within it are intimately grounded in our reality.  As I watch our little-film-that-could, especially post haze of our recent election results, I can't help but notice the topical relevance behind the story that we told.

We champion love that overcomes adversity, regardless of race or sexual orientation.

We empower women to be strong in a male dominated world.

We encourage Action to counter the forces that wish to oppress us.

Brix & the Bitch is a heart-driven reflection of the willpower necessary to face the world we live in today.  It affirms that yes, we may get beat up along the way, but ultimately our Love for each other & our belief in a better life must motivate us to fight past the struggles currently preventing it...

It is up to us to cleverly fight so that the world will accept us for who we are.

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Nico did a phenomenal interview with Talent Monthly which acutely highlights this point;

"I believe in social justice, I believe in acceptance, and I believe that civil rights should prevail over bigoted political policies. If you want to see change in this world than it’s important to contribute positively, otherwise you’re not doing anything to make actual progress. "

~Nico Raineau, interview with Talent Monthly

To the Brix & the Bitch team, as well as those who've offered their admiration and support, thank you.

Thank you for collaborating.  Thank you for your friendship. 
Thank you for badass physical feminism.