Morning Sun, based on the play “The Morning The Sun Fell Down” written by Jon Caren, directed by Tony Glazer, and presented by Choice Studios Group. Shooting and editing are complete and the film will appear in festivals this fall. I play the matriarch of a family with a secret. Click for more info on the film and cast...
I appear in the upcoming film,
These Things We Hold, in which I star. Written and directed by Tony Glazer and produced by Essence Productions in conjunction with Choice Films. Click for more info...
I recently completed filming the short,
Late 2013 and early 2014 have been spent convalescing from foot surgery, then a shoulder fracture and a torn rotator cuff. I've politely declined the invitation to throw the first ball of the baseball season! Still in physical therapy and moving forward.
Friends of Dorothy at FunnyOrDie.com. I'm shattered by revelations that my celebrity heartthrobs are all gay! The bit, produced by Malarkey Pictures, has mostly been deemed "Funny!"
You can see me in an episode of the comedic web sketch
Milo and Annie featuring Harris Doran, (Junction, My Best Day, Sebastien), and Academy Award nominee, Cathy Moriarty (Raging Bull). It is a story of how love gives voice back to a deeply dysfunctional person who hasn't spoken since the age of six. I'm looking forward to audience reaction as it circulates the festivals. Fingers are crossed about further distribution…
I'm an Associate Producer of the upcoming two-character film,
I'm limping through the summer after some foot surgery, but I'll be back in my boots by September.
My Soul to Fake with fellow castmembers Brian Scott and Tia Hodge. This show has strong prospects for production! Check back for more info...
I was part of the first reading — for a producer — of Traci Godfrey's new play,
Coach of the Year on August 29. In this Match Productions film directed by David Stott, I play the cameo role of a stand-up comedienne.
I wrapped shooting the independent film
2012 New York Avant Garde Festival one-act play, The Girlfriend Experience written by Mark Troy, on June 14 and 16 at the Hudson Guild Theatre: A nutty comedy about what happens when your mother chooses your girlfriends. The piece had already won recent playwriting awards in Palm Springs, CA and Boulder, CO.
I performed in the