GLAMB: The Life of A Performing Artist

GLAMB: The Life of A Performing Artist

GLAMB in action

GLAMB in action during her 2018 summer class titled "ACT Creations" for young performers.

If you are reading this then you or someone you know may have been bitten by that bug that screams, “I need to be on stage!”

I think I’ve heard those words in my head since the moment I came out crying from the womb. My cries, even then, were overly dramatic, my feet moved to a rhythm as I kicked and all of the sounds coming from me were harmonic. I was born to be on the stage -- to perform.

I didn't choose the life of a thespian; it chose me.

Eventually I would grow to become a SAG/AFTRA/AEA entertainer who taught to empower upcoming generations and the generations before me that had not yet dared to exercise their hidden talents.

The past year has been a whirlwind of re-entering life as a 60-year-old silver model, author, singer and actor all while teaching. My single “We Shall Walk On” released in September 2018. My YouTube channel “60 Years Young” launched this year and is growing exponentially. I was a silver model in an AARP campaign titled #DisruptAging. I jumped out of plane at 13,500 feet with a song. Finally, my EP “A Survivor Sings” released on iTunes and Amazon.

What's next? A hip hop/rap song to be released in 2019.

My upcoming 61st year of life begins again with adventures into the theatrical plane of the unknown.

Who knows what the future holds? One thing I know for sure is that I love working with the young talent lent to me every Saturday by parents who trust in my abilities to mold and guide their precious ones to inspire and change the world.

Love, Light, Peace <3