Thank you, internet. And also to The Gifted for letting this little dragon come back and play a little longer. More on that soon...
Just one of those things, you think you're leaving for a weekend and you end up staying for a month and doing your laundry in the hotel sink. Guess that's what happens when you fall in love.
New Orleans will do that to you.
PREACHER on AMC, SUNDAYS at 10est Season 3 starting from June 24th!
*This monkey is not in the show. It's just that he was as excited as I was.
Monday the 15th, I finally get to come out as a mutant. EVANGELINE in the two-episode season finale...
About a disabled Army combat vet struggling to raise three boys while wrestling with physical loss and the yoke of substance abuse. Produced by Caroline Parker Boyd, Directed by Gene Pina and shot by Jordon T. Parrot. Lots of VFX, but all the push ups are real.
Making the festival rounds now, and sponsored by the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
Nurse, boxer, novice entrepreneur, and most importantly, partner in crime and truth talker to her cousin Lara Axelrod.
Sundays at 10pm EST; Showtime. 8 episodes...
Maria Carla and her stable of beauties taking over the TV! Wednesday NBC 9pm.
TONIGHT MAY 2nd: Free Reading! Free Wine! Badass Cast!
PATRIARCH; Written by Juha Jokela, Translated from Finnish by Eva Buchwald and Directed by Eddie Shieh
Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave (at 38th St); Opening reception 7pm.
So there was this one time I got paid to pretend I like Sebastian Beacon and hang out in a cabin in the woods. Not a bad way to spend a weekend...
Directed by Lauren Sieczkowsky and shot entirely on iPhone6
This is Agent Rose (a.k.a. Rosé). She's gonna help her new friends solving mysteries and catching bad guys and stuff. Blindspot: 10pm, The NBC.
NYC Premier Screening at BAFF at Tribeca Cinemas November 9th (link!), the 21st at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival (more links!), and late November at the NY No Limits Film Summit (ran out of links...).
Also, the short was nominated for three Mavrick Movie Awards- Best Cinematography, Best Editing, and Best Actress (that one was me).
Beautiful job by Dustin Cohen and Rahul Sabnis at 360i
Luc Besson's formerly French-only Brooklyn-based action/comedy has been recently been acquired by NBC and may possibly air this summer. Based on Besson's Taxi franchise and produced by Gary Scott Thompson, I shared the day with the dynamic and very silly duo Jose Zuniga and James Colby.
So somewhere around episode 11 you can watch me wrap up a crime scene in a terribly authoritative trench coat. But hopefully not the part where I accidentally threw my pen at the dead guy.
Playing DETECTIVE JAMEE LANISTER.
A staged reading of The Skin by Rebecca Jane Stokes as part of Judson Memorial Church's monthly Magic Time reading series of new works. The venue was originally home to and founded by the Judson Poets' Theatre.
Set in Calhoon Texas, the story is told through two families; the town’s sheriff and the closeted-android who raised him, and an auto-mechanic older sister to a young woman with a mysterious seizure disorder. What it means to be human. Through the lens of an anomaly or two.
Wednesday September 25th. Door and Drinks at 7pm. Performance 8pm.
55 Washington Square Park South.
David Fincher, Rooney Mara, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, ...and somewhere in there, me.
A tough and beautiful short, directed by Gretl Claggett, based on her true story and poem, and narrated by Julianne Moore.
Playing The Woman: The keeper of all these secrets.
"The Animal" is out!
A Reading of Kim Yaged's new work, The Vast Mystery of Who You Are through IATI Theatre's Play Development Program, Cimientos.
"...an irreverent, hard-hitting exploration of love via sex parties and philosophical sparring about the nature of relationships and death via the sudden passing of a family friend. The play might be considered a sexual romp because of its humor and boldness, but is also poignant and daring, unafraid of addressing provocative issues while not always coming down on the politically correct side of the conversation. The play’s Bravery stems from its ability to say what many of us are thinking but too embarrassed to say. Its Controversy spawns from the possibility these things are better left unspoken. And its hope is that by examining some of the ugly, weak places in ourselves we might confront our own vulnerabilities in order to learn how to better empathize with the vulnerabilities in others."
Act 1: German Tranny...
TUESDAY February 26th, 7:30 pm
ART/NY: 520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10018