Poisonberry has been named as an official selection of the “Shorts Incubator” program at the Korean American Film Festival in New York, slated for October 24th.
I’ve just been offered the role of Miss Kayla in the Independent Short Film Poisonberry.
Shooting begins mid-October and it will all be local which is great. I’ll be playing Miss Kayla, a woman running a daycare center in Park Slope. Love the script and looking forward to the first rehearsal.
Someone in NYC is requesting my presence at an audition wearing a bathing suit and little to no makeup tomorrow.
So… I’m not exactly what you’d call a girly-girl. Not a shoe addict or a shopaholic… and … hats? Hats are for women with “anchor woman hair” – not curly mop-tops like me…
So when 3Graces Theater Co. commissioned Sharyn Rothstein to write a play on the subject of faith, imagine my surprise when Sharyn told me I would be playing a Muslim American schoolteacher who wears a Hijab to work in a Public School. Yow-za.
So ask two briliant playwrights to create one-act plays on the topic of Health Care in America and what do you get?