Tulis McCall is a woman with a passion for performance and presentation. She brings her extensive knowledge of acting, writing, and producing to everything she does.
Tulis McCall is an actor, writer, producer and performer. Her first one woman show, What Everywoman Knows, was produced at the Public Theater by Michael Moriarty and the Potters Field Theatre Company, in Los Angeles by Dan Lauria, and toured nationally. Running With Scissors, directed by Philip Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, was produced in Los Angeles. She is the recipient of the 2016 Best Standup Award from UNITED SOLO™ for Are You Serious? and the 2015 Best Storytelling Script Award from UNITED SOLO™ for her show All Aboard! Since 2007, she has hosted Monologues and Madness, an evening of original work read by 12-15 actors, each month at the Cornelia Street Café in Greenwich Village. McCall is the creator and editor of the theatre review site www.thefrontrowcenter.com that features 20 writers and covers over 500 shows per year.
She thinks the theatre is a temple. Period.
ALL IN THE TIMING
Award-winning wit, wag, and piquant observer of life’s mysterious ways, McCall sets her sites on the greatest mystery of all: the conveyor belt of life and our place in the line-up. Check it out
The Metropolitan Museum is many things to many people. Artistic oasis, a way to pass the time, day-care, rejuvenator, obligation, neutral ground for those awkward discussions, hidden fish. Pop in – trust me. You will be entertained. You might also like the artwork.
Lookk I don’t know where hope comes from. I just know it is real because every Christmas Eve I go to bed and listen. And every Christmas Eve I am prety sure I fall asleep to the sound of sleigh bells. Listen… listen… listen… Can you hear?
Watching “The Wizard of Oz” as an adult, I have concluded that OZ belongs to Toto not Dorothy – like “Cinderella” belongs to Gus-Gus. But that’s a story for another time.
My parents were a little nutty on account of having lived 30 or so years without a break. Born in the 20’s, lived through the Depression and WWII, then marriage and then kids. And they had to be alive that whole time. Can you imagine doing anything, other than breathing, for 30 years without a break?
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