Melissa Leilani Larson

What has Mel's attention at the moment:

PROJECTS: Plan-B Theatre's production of The Edible Complex toured 42 schools across 7 Utah counties this fall, where it was seen by 15,000 children.

THEATRE: FENCES at Pioneer Theatre Company.

FILM: Lion.

TV: Victoria.

BOOK: A House Full of Females by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.

SONG: "How Far I'll Go" from Moana.

EDIBLE: Cheesecake.

INK IN THE PEN: Bung Box Kabayaki Eel.

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3 January 2017 0 Comments

2016 was the year that I…

I’ve been trying to figure out what didn’t suck in 2016. It was a worthwhile exercise. In 2016… I visited Miami University Ohio to see a stellar, sold-out production of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, directed by the fabulous Suann Pollock. I also got to cross a visit to Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park off my bucket […]

3 January 2017 0 Comments

2015 was the year that I…

Ran and called a pretty great dance show (Graham Brown’s You) and my first opera (The Barber of Seville for Utah Lyric Opera). Retired from stage management. Started a new day job. Made a web-series (iJane). Finished my second commission (The Edible Complex for Plan-B Theatre). Was invited to submit to the Humana Festival. Bought my […]

2 August 2014 0 Comments

A Nervous Proposal.

Ben’s palms were sweating. It felt like he was wiping them down his trousers every two minutes. He couldn’t remember ever sweating this much in his life. At least it was dark in the theater. He kept checking his jacket pocket, generic to make sure the box was still there. Ugh, if he lost it… […]

28 November 2013 5 Comments


I have much to be grateful for and am not always the best about expressing it, sovaldi sale so here goes. I have a great family and swell friends. I have a solid relationship with my Savior and my Heavenly Parents. I’ve been blessed with an itch to make things—good things. I almost always have […]

19 November 2013 1 Comment

Little Karl.

Last fall I entered a short story contest hosted by Everyday Mormon Writer. I would include the link, but their website is unfortunately infected with some kind of malware and isn’t safe to visit. Due to a current conversation in the blogosphere discussing the lack of—or lack of interest in—Mormon tragedy, and because I want […]