If you follow me on Instagram you know about this already. I’ve recently started an acting/ writing/ photography projects I’m calling #CharactersAndWords where I create a character, photograph myself as them, and write a character study or short story inspired by the character. My intention is to do this for
Have you seen me on your TV lately? No? Well, here’s some screen time with my face. The first one might not have made it to air but I just found it online. The second one came out this week.
I am very #grateful and #blessed to have booked a few commercials this past year. It gave me a cushion to be able to take some time off my joe-jobs so I could dedicate my nights to theatre – aka The Wicked Stage. I auditioned for and got parts in not one
I had such a great time performing at The Chair Series last Saturday. I can’t wait to do this show again! Thanks to John McGie for writing such fun monologues. Thank you to Stacy Taylor Photography for capturing these moments of my rubber face in action.
It sounds ominous doesn’t it? THE. CHAIR. It’s pretty simple. There are 8 actors on stage and one chair. The actors take turns sharing a monologue which was written for them by John McGie. There are no props and no costumes. It’s bare bones theatre. John asked the actors to
Hole-y heck! My mug is back (or still) on TV.
View this post on Instagram #tbt to last Saturday when this guy started rapping at lunch. . . . #santiago #sidewalkrap #bellavista #giggles #tourist #memoriesofsummerthatwasalsolastweek #hiddencamera A post shared by Sara Bynoe (@sarabynoe) on Dec 15, 2016 at 7:24pm PST On the morning of December 4, 2016 I got a