August 1st, 2011
Color Me Gone
Rattlestick's F@#KING GOOD PLAYS FESTIVAL
Nicolette Hart, Scott Shepherd, Joe Sikora, Michael Esper, Ronete Levenson, Francois Battiste, Tobias Segal
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Playwright Bruce Kronenberg wanted to hear his recently finished play read aloud for the first time. He asked some actors, myself included, to meet at the Players Club and give Color Me Gone a cold read. The minute we started to read I knew there was something unique and exciting about the play. The actors LOVED it and I thought "this is so good and has so much potential, I want to see this play on stage, I am inspired, I believe." And so began my journey with Bruce and Color Me Gone. Over the last year, we have been collaborating and developing Color Me Gone with several "in-house" readings and are thrilled to be sharing it with the public for the first time.
We would like to thank all the amazing actors who have lent their time and talent to us along the way. Also, a HUGE thank you to the ever kind and supportive Daniel Talbott who has been our champion and made this reading possible.
We look forward to seeing you there and sharing this kick ass ride!
May 2nd, 2011
The Regular Directed by Jamie Kirkpatrick, Producer Sophia Raab Downs/Comedy
When a shy and unassuming guy find he cannot compete for female attention with the brash Wall Street guys in a raucous, New York karaoke bar, he decides to reveal a hidden talent.
*Support a local NYC Film Festival and see me in a delightful short created by a talented team of friends & filmmakers
7th NYC Downtown Short Film Festival
April 25 - May 3, 2011
DMAC-Duo Multicultural Arts Center
62 East 4th Street
East Village, NYC, USA
Tickets $12 at
April 25th, 2011
Thanks to Jackie Booth, Shulamit Ritblatt, David Scott Sheppard, Pamela Gardner and everyone who made the 10th Annual CCFR conference such an inspiring and educational event. At 8am, 21 BELOW had the honor of kick-starting the day. With over 200 professionals & students in attendance, mostly female & primarily majors in Child & Family Development, I was thrilled with the laughter and the tears of empathy and understanding that this audience shared with me during the screening and throughout the day. It was a pleasure to participate and learn from all the events and speakers such as Daneil Jay Sonkin and Gabriella Grant. When dealing with domestic abuse and trauma there are no easy answers, but there are a lot of strong, smart, empathic women and men out there trying to make a difference in the lives of others. My humble respect and deep gratitude to them all...
April 15th, 2011
Attending the CCFR 10th Annual Conference: Working with families At-Risk, Handelery Resort, San Diego. Special thanks to Dr. Jacki Booth, Child & Family Development, College of Education for inviting 21 BELOW to initiate discussion at their annual conference. Storytelling is the cornerstone of our consciousness and can inspire us to action. Proud to have CCFR be a part of the 21 BELOW Community Screening Campaign, to find out more go to www.21belowfilm.com.