After several sold out weeks, THE MYSTERIES is extending and I will be taking on the role of Historian & Handmaiden in addition to my current role!
We'll be taking a short break to rest, recoup, and rehearse and we'll be reopening Friday June 13th and playing through Monday July 14th. Get tickets while they're still available at www.TheFlea.org.
Photo is of Emily Nash and I singing in "The Ascencion" by Billy Porter and Kirsten Greenidge
Thank you Michael Bradley Block for the interview! Check out the whole thing at www.TheaterInTheNow.com
Name: Lauren Hayes
Hometown: Walnut Creek, CA
Education: BS in chemistry, Stanford University
Who do you play in The Mysteries?: Angel
Tell us about The Mysteries: It is an immersive evening involving dinner, dessert, 54 actors and 48 playwrights riffing on 50 biblical plays from medieval England. The evening starts with Adam and Eve and ends with the final judgment.
Describe The Mysteries in three words: Entertaining. Powerful. Thought-provoking.
What's the wildest costume you wear in The Mysteries?: A mummy costume which involves lots of strips of white fabric, a ski mask, and black-light paint.
If you could be anyone from The Bible, who would you be?: Deborah. She was a prophet, a judge, and a leader of Israel in the Old Testament. Totally inspiring.
Which company member is most likely to actually have lived during Biblical times?: Matt Cox. Just look at his impressive hair and beard! Definitely Biblical.
Which company member is most likely to be the Messiah?: It's a toss up between Matt Bovee, Kara Kaufman (our stage manager), or just the entire cast of angels. They've all saved my booty so many time in life, rehearsal, and performance.
Visit www.TheaterInTheNow.com to see the rest!
Header Photo: THE BALD SOPRANO, Cutting Ball Theater, Dir Rob Melrose, Also Pictured: Donell Hill, Photo: Ben Krantz