NYC. Tea Time, a Muse Project pilot program, at Torn Page with two amazing women actors. Come join the madness!
Tea Times are a one-of-a-kind Muse pilot program. During Tea Times, veteran actresses (Ms. Cherry & Ms. Sheth) discuss their experiences building their careers. A q&a with attendees and tea (and cookies!) and networking to follow. This event is open to all, and it is also a special opportunity for women actors to network with Ms. Cherry & Ms. Sheth, each other, and to seek insight and support. Come listen to Erin Cherry at 12:30pm and Sheetal Sheth at 2pm on December 14th. The Muse Project's venue for the event is Torn Page, the historic home of Rip Torn & Geraldine Page. More information coming soon!
NYC. I am producing a videoscape (a short film) inspired by The Bad Infinity, a play by the legendary avant garde playwright Mac Wellman. The piece is about the twilight of late stage capitalism. It's being produced as part of Staging Film, sponsored by The Tank; and it will be presented at The Flea Theater during their upcoming festival, Perfect Catastrophes. The project is directed by film and new media creator Graham Sack. It is also being produced by Alex Basco Koch and Meghan Finn. Pssst: You can make a donation here.
Bridgeport, CT. I finished filming my role in the new new media series, A Little Dream. Fun scene with William Mapother. The series is written and directed by Alex A. Ginzburg. It's produced by Tim Harms.
NYC. On Saturday, October 5th, Graham Sack (the director of The Bad Infinity) will be featured on a panel at The Flea Theater. He will be speaking on "Approaching the Event in Mac's Plays" from 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm. Graham will talk about the making of our short film. Others on this particular panel include Elena Araoz, Kyle Chepulis, Meghan Finn, Anne Hamburger, Maria Striar and Kristan Seemel.
NYC. The Muse Project and I are very proud to support this benefit concert event. The Three Angry Ladies (Shayna O'Neill, Emily Louise Perkins, and Emma Clarkson), will present Stay Mad, Make Art: A Benefit Concert for Immigrant Families Together at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street at Amsterdam Avenue., New York, NY 10024) on Monday, September 16 at 8pm (doors and bar open at 7:30pm). Read more here.
France. Wondrous, mildly insane jaunt to Agay, Saint Raphael and Saint Paul de Vence by way of Paris. Thankful to all the folks who helped make it happen + an epic eve w one of my favorite geniuses.
NYC. I am performing in a few roundtable readings for Crystal Skillman's Primary Stages writing class.