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favorite, hired me to play the dead grandmother of Anson Williams
(Potsy on Happy Days). Williams had not met his grandmother as
she died before he was born. She did show up for him, though, when
he nearly sailed through the windshield of his VW Bug during an
accident. I played the angelic grandmother who gently pushes him
back into the car. What for it to come out around Halloween, of
Shot Romeo v. Juliet, directed by Lapo Melzi
at Fort Totten again. This time, the location was in one of the
caves on the fort site, making it amazing and intriguing. The plot
is that the couple does not commit suicide, rather they marry and
find things not as perfect as we have historically imagined. I
played Juliet mother, a upper-crust snob with high aspirations
for her daughter.
I played a supporting role in the pilot production
Conspiracy “X,” directed by Shawn Baker. This series
of productions delves into the plethora of moral dilemmas faced
by people in everyday life. I play the wife of a police officer
who turns bad when it is the only way he can get his daughter out
of a terrible situation.
Shot The Meeting, directed by Eliana Ujueta in the
Hamptons. This short was look at how pride can stand in the way of
experiencing love. I play the lead as a painfully closeted celebrity
willing to give up a real love in exchange for her public image.
The exploration of this theme shows how this type of self-loathing
wrecks havoc on everyone in the family.
two short plays at the Slipper Room on the Lower East Side
with a group of other excellent performers called “Men
and Women on Stage.” I played Lorna is Theresa Rebeck's Big
Mistake, in which I meet up with an old boyfriend whom I had avoided
he was a little psycho. In Baby Food, by David Lindsey-Abraire,
I played a wife of a couple who are a little too obsessed with
child and this neuroses shows as they try to recruit another couple
to be its godparents.
Shot When's Lunch, directed by Sara-Rose Meredith at Fort Totten
in Queens. This delightful little play on Sartre's No Exit is
a movie within a movie. I play a dead Mrs. Robinson; my husband,
has shot my young man-child boyfriend, me, and then himself and
we are all trapped in hell together for life. Set in the 1970s,
wardrobe is excellent, thanks to Tisch costumer Tilly Grimes.
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