NYC. The Muse Project's Kickstarter is LIVE. Please consider making a pledge.
Discover.film will be taking over the East Wing Edit at Somerset House from 8th August - 14th August, which is free for the public to enter and see some brilliant shorts and meet the team. Domesticity will screen during this takeover. Check the Somerset website for updates.
NYC. Staging Film is launching its first fundraiser! $1500! Your dollars will help us continue to explore the liminal space between stage & film. Check out the campaign here. Also! Executive Producers Jocelyn Kuritsky and Alex Basco Koch discuss Staging Film here, and what it's all about - what we've done and what we are up to next! And the phenomenal Rosalind Grush, Co-Artistic Director of The Tank, weighs in on all the awesomeness!
NYC. Have You Seen Steve Steven? I just came across this picture from a play I did many years ago. One of my favorites.
NYC. I play a small role in Pepper Binkley's It's Freezing Out There. I will attend the cast and crew screening. I love this series. Keep an eye out!
NYC. Woodshed's Gala is coming up! Join us: www.woodshedcollective.com/now.
NYC. The brilliant, beautiful actress, producer, and, now, writer Sheetal Sheth has written a new children's book called Always Anjali. Thrilled to have had the opportunity to collaborate with her and design the Always Anjali website: www.alwaysanjali.com. Check it out! Buy the book! An inspiring and gorgeously constructed story.
"Seven-year-old Anjali is disappointed when she tries to buy a license plate for her bike, but finds only white names. She thinks the solution is to change her name to Angie... until her parents explain why her name is special in India. This is a girl-power book about being proud of your heritage."