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Real Conversations with Imaginary People

Welcome to Project Woo Woo where comedian/yogi Lisa Orkin pretends to interview her favorite people from the world of self-help, spirituality, wellness, literature, and philosophy dead or alive with the help of showbiz friends who just happen to be world-class actors and comedians.

Oct 2, 2018

Who is Sea R. Glassman:

Sea is a Virgo, of course.

Actor, Writer, Director, Improvisor, Creator of Worlds, Sea Glassman's acting mystery school, Soul Emergence: The Actor’s Process as Spiritual Path, takes creators on a journey deep within, enhancing craft and transforming lives.

She is in rehearsal on an explosive new one person work, aiming for a world tour in 2019. A classical actress who’s Most recently played Molly Bloom, Ma Joad, the Murderer in Poe’s Telltale Heart, and now Dorothy Parker, she specializes in literary and historical characters. She is also a playwright who has created multiple theatrical works based on great literature and historical events.

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Favorite Career Highlight:

I am currently in rehearsal on the most challenging and rewarding show I’ve ever done. So, now.


What did you learn about playing Dorothy?

I learned I could drive around and talk to myself as if I were Dorothy Parker - for hours. I got in her head. I thought thoughts from her brain. I have a Dorothy Parker filter now. It’s a button located under my left earlobe. Press it and I’ll talk. I won’t stop talking.


Have you ever done yoga or eaten kale?

I have a 41-year yoga practice. I’ve been turning myself into pretzels and standing in my head for decades. I’m made of kale.


Who is Dorothy Parker:

Dorothy Parker was an American poet, writer, critic, and satirist based in New York; she was best known for her wit, wisecracks, and eye for 20th-century urban foibles.

Parker was also a member of the Algonquin Round Table group of writers, she wrote criticism for Vogue, Vanity Fair, and later the New Yorker. Parker traveled to Hollywood to pursue screenwriting Her successes there, including two Academy Award nominations, were curtailed when her involvement in left-winged politics resulted in the being placed on the Hollywood blacklist.

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