The clips from my industrial shoot with HealthEd have arrived in media! The “good communication” and “poor communication” reels are both uploaded for your viewing pleasure.
Last night saw Mary: Loss of Soul premiere at the Boston Film Festival at AMC Loews on Tremont Street. I had a wonderful visit to Boston (with my most gracious host Diana) to see the little movie that could. Director/producer Jennifer B. White and producer Stewart Huey were on hand for a Q and A with a pleased audience. I’m so grateful to have been a part of such a fun experience with OakIvy productions.
With great excitement, I can tell you all I was cast in an upcoming short thriller called “Dream State”. I’ll play Kim, a close friend to Brandon, who has lost his way in life after the death of his partner Kate. His obsession with her leads to a dangerous path…
We’ll be shooting this June!
Well, we didn’t make finals for Winterfest. But that’s okay, since the exceptional variety of shows has inspired me to rewrite this seven-minute comedy into a 30-minute one act! Thank you to everyone who voted for us – we’ll get ‘em next time!
7 minutes of fighting, laughing, and remembering your roots; that’s “Happy Tenth Reunion, East End Badgers”. Manhattan Repertory will be hosting me, Danielle Joy, and Abra Segerson again for a playwriting competition this January. This time around, we’ll be joined by Christine Wright and Alexandria Johnson. Four friends reunite on the precipice of a ten year reunion; has enough time passed for old grudges to die? Or will we all keep reliving the past?
Manhattan Repertory Theatre will be producing “Happy Tenth Reunion”, a short 10-minute play I’ve written as part of their winter writing competition. I’ll be performing and co-directing the piece with my exceptional classmates Danielle Joy and Abra Segerson (who also appeared at MRT in Women in Motion) as well as Christine Wright!
I’m so very excited…and a little bit nervous.
Last week took me to the charming suburbs of New Jersey to shoot a care management training video for Health Ed. What a great team. They work quickly and smoothly as a unit and I had a great time. I only wish I had a few more hours as “Melissa Carson” to spend in the idyllic town of Cranford!
In the vein of lightning-quick news; I had a quick audition Monday morning and was shooting a commercial by Tuesday at 9am. How’s that for a start to the week?
It was a very funny spot for a local cellular carrier and I got to add a flair of “snarky charm” to my character of the salesgirl here to help a family grieving over a bill for 8-million-plus texts.
Looking forward to nabbing a bit for the reel.
I’ve recently been accepted as a contributing writer for the UK-based entertainment site, “Lost In The Multiplex”. Check out my first entry regarding the new Percy Jackson trailer to surface by clicking here.