Mommy Blogger Series (S1, E4): Baking With My MIL

Welcome to Mommy Blogger Series, Season 1 Episode 4


Addie visits her inlaws – where the produce is fresh, the skies are clear and the aggression is passive.

Addie’s top tips for baking with your inlaws:

1. Keep your ingredients cold.

2. Go organic or go home.

3. Bury your resentments deep inside a nice heaping bowl of denial.

Tricia Paoluccio is an NYC-based actress who was born and raised on an almond farm in Modesto, CA. Recent TV includes a recurring role on this season of Homeland, and Kevin Can Wait. Other tv: OITNB, The Affair, Feed the Beast, Person of Interest, Rescue Me, Life on Mars, Bored to Death, L&O, SVU. Film includes: Remember Me, Great World of Sound, Visit 57, Green, Across Grace Alley, Just Another Story and Dressed. Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof (Chava), A View from the Bridge (Catherine u/s), The Green Bird (Pompea). Off-Broadway: Lady from Dubuque at the Signature (Carol), Debbie Does Dallas (Donna), Troilus and Cressida – TFANA (Cressida), The Voysey Inheritance – Atlantic Theatre Co. (Ethel). Regional: Many seasons at Shakespeare Theatre of NJ and DC, Long Wharf.

Kevin Isola (Jared). Currently in Our Lady of 121st Street at the Signature – Off Broadway. Broadway: Brooklyn Boy Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center, The Public Theatre, Second Stage, Playwrights Horizons, The Play Company, The Transport Group, The Women’s Project, among others. Regional: The Guthrie, The McCarter, South Coast Repertory, Yale Repertory, The Old Globe, Two River Theatre, among many others. Film and Television: Miles, Blumenthal, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, “Billions”, “The Blacklist”, “Elementary”, “Deadbeat”, “Fringe” “Damages” among many others.

Eric Pfeffinger is a playwright in Ohio who grew up in Indiana and likes to work in Chicago. He enjoys a robust Midwestern humility. Eric’s work has been produced by Actors Theater of Louisville, the Geva Theater Center, the Phoenix Theatre, and the Bloomington Playwrights Project. His plays include Accidental Rapture, Hunting High, Some Other Kind of Person, Barrenness, Assholes and Aureoles, Malignance, and the plays for young audiences Lost and Foundling and The Day John Henry Came to School. He’s written new plays on commissions from the InterAct, Imagination Stage and the Signature and developed scripts through workshops and readings at PlayPenn, Page 73 Productions, the Rattlestick, the New Jersey Rep and available light. He’s collaborated on pieces with the Internationalists and the New York Neo-Futurists.

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