I got cast in yet another theater festival here in NYC! So many fun projects and new works to explore!
The show is called “The Unknowns” by Kacie Devaney
I play Isabella, a sweet country girl who introduces herself to her new neighbors.
Many twists and dark turns in this script which make it all the more interesting to play!
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival
Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
Thursday, July 14th at 7pm
Sunday, July 17th at 7pm
Monday, July 25th at 9pm
For tickets go to https://www.therianttheatre.com/item.php?id=249
Another AMAZING project I had the chance to perform on was the BMI Musical Theater Workshop in NYC.
I had the pleasure of working with Atomic The Musical creators Gregory Bonsignore and Aaron Kenny.
Their musical is called “The Talented Mr. Ripely” based on the movie of the same name.
It was a FANTASTIC experience and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for this show in the future!
!!OFFICIAL WINNER OF THE SHORT PLAY FESTIVAL!!
I’ve been so very busy this week, I haven’t had time to update!
Among many things, I am performing at The Players Theater (off broadway) at their Short Play Festival!
It’s a night of new works all with the theme “Subways”.
Antonio Silva and I star in “Strangers on an E Train” by Ruthellen Cheney.
So very funny and well written, I hope everyone gets a chance to see it!
The Players Theater (West Village)
115 MacDougal St.
New York N.Y. 10012
June 16th – 19th 2016
Buy online: http://www.shortplaynyc.com/
Or buy at the door!
Love Creek Productions
I am happy to announce that I am now a company member at an Off Off Broadway theater called Love Creek Productions!
I am looking forward to working on new works with new directors here in NYC! This is why I moved here. I am really glad to be getting involved in stage theater again. It is my home after all!
My counselor prescribes 4 hours of rehearsal a day.
Someday soon I will level up to Off Broadway, but for now, I am going to enjoy every minute of the my actor journey.
Happiness is not wanting what you don’t have, it’s enjoying what you got.
Another opening, another show. Cheers!
Get your tickets! The opening night of the new original play, The Great Forgotten, is only a few weeks away!
The cast and crew have been so great during rehearsals that I’m really looking forward to my NYC Fringe Festival debut!
The film world has been fun the past few years, but there is nothing like my first love, THE STAGE!
For more details on the synopsis, check out my previous post, here.
Be sure to also RSVP on the Facebook event pages to hear updates about the show!