Click to check out my hand acting in "On the Rocks," a short by Jeremy Fink! See more of Jeremy's work here.
Catch my scene on episode 312 of The Path: "A New American Religion," now streaming on Hulu! So happy with how it turned out, and grateful to be featured alongside such a talented ensemble cast.
I'm co-producing the third annual Shorts Night Film Festival, on March 17th, at Arts on Site in the East Village!! We've got a powerhouse lineup of films to show, created by an inspiring and diverse group of up-and-coming filmmakers. Come check out their work! It's gonna be a blast, one of my favorite times of the year!!
Dear Sylvia is a beautiful documentary about memory loss that I was honored to take part in, produced, written, and directed by Evan Margolis of Stinger Pictures, and it's now available to stream on Indieflix! Check it out!
Grounded, the short film I co-starred in and co-produced with Evan Margolis of Stinger Pictures, screened at the Golden Door International Film Festival! Oh so cool to see our film up on the big screen, and to walk the red carpet at my first film festival. Here's to many more!! Check out the Grounded trailer here!
"What stirring voices! — from the first strains of young Wendla's plaintive "Mama Who Bore Me" through the rousing group numbers like "The Bitch of Living." Waldman has cast this show perfectly, with 11 gifted young singer-actors and two adults (Dane Cruz and Sarah Dacey Charles deftly playing multiple roles)... The familiar story — young love thwarted by society — feels fresh here. Even beyond the juxtaposing of two cultures and two centuries, the traditional theme of innocence and experience is delivered so intensely it seems new again. And this particular cast of young people plays that well, in feeling performances that, in my opinion, are more moving than in the Broadway original. You see this especially in the most intimate scenes between the central couple — Wendla (played by Kelsey Lake), whose mother has kept her sexually ignorant, and Melchior (Robert Ariza), the most intellectual, socially critical schoolboy. Their actions — affections, searching, hesitations — feel genuine and authentic"
Read the full review here.