New Jersey Film Festival: Saturday, June 7th @ 7pm at Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Female Eye Film Festival: Saturday, June 21st @ 8:30pm in Toronto, Canada
May 16th @ 9:30pm
54 Varick St, NYC 10013
This short film won a coveted slot in the 14th Annual Visionfest Film Festival…It’s dark and moody and Eileen plays a pivotal role in a flashback scene that alters the protagonist’s life in ways neither of them can imagine. Read on for details and come walk the red carpet with us! Don’t say we never take you anywhere fancy…
Opened January 31st in movie theaters nationwide. And now, available on DVD! Labor Day comes twice this year! In another fine example of art imitating life, my journalism career is giving my acting career a big boost! I made my first appearance on the big screen in a major Hollywood film called LABOR DAY playing…
Singing one of the most famous songs on Earth…!
The exquisite song Memory has been recorded by some 150 of the most famous artists from around the world. Now I get to have a crack at it eight times a week for 7 1/2 weeks, playing the tragic figure Grizabella at the heart of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS.
With gorgeous music & lyrics by Will Holt that draws from country & western, blues, and traditional theatre, we begin in a dusty Texas town on the Mexican border, where we meet the teenaged Dove as he approaches Terasina Vidivarri (played by me!), a Mexican woman running a small store in this wild west.
In this timeless story of Raunch & Circumstance, a newly-sober, musicals-obsessed gay man takes the road to rehab right into a business of “ill repute”.
Enter Gina, a tough-as-nails, larger-than-life Madam (that’s me!) who would put the Housewives of Any County to shame.
I had big, exciting plans for the last week of March. BIG plans. I was going on a Disney cruise. Let me repeat. A DISNEY Cruise. I was going to have some serious one-on-one time with my longtimeamour Mickey Mouse.
Then, I would round out my eventful week with a trip to Miami, where I would pack up the material acquisitions of my life and move them from Miami to New York City. (Jake, git a rope)
I was rehearsing my Mamma Mia understudy music in an icy cold theatre basement in Mississippi when I got a text from a friend, congratulating me on my nomination? NOMINATION?!?!
This is how I learned my performance as The Drowsy Chaperone at Stage Door Theatre last year captured a Best Supporting Actress nomination from the Carbonell Award judges.