I am happy to announce that I got cast in the part of The Lady in Scott Langer's production of his original play This is your cigarette.
The play will be produced as part of this year's Strasberg Works competition.
Performance date is 11 July 2013 at 7pm.
Place is the Marilyn Monroe Theatre at the Lee Strasberg Institute on 115 E15th St by Union Square.
I am excited to be working with an inspiring crew of fellow Strasbergians and hope you can all make it on 11 July! :)
I am happy to announce that I will be taking part in this semester's Conservatory Showcase Production at the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in NYC.
Various scenes from outstanding authors will be performed and I have the pleasure of portraying the part of Barbara in Tracy Lett's August: Osage County.
Save the date and keep checking my site for more updates. I look forward to seeing you at our showcase!
This weekend I will be part of an exciting audio project directed by Laura Zaboras. Recorded in Greenwich Village I will give my voice to the character of Nurse Abigail in this story about a man waking up from a long coma and how he deals with his situation.
This Thursday, 28 March, I will be performing in the final showcase of the Musical Theater class at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.
You are all invited to join our class and see performances of There's no business like showbusiness, Blue Skies, Big Spender and My Child, to mention only a few.
The show will take place at the Institute at 115 E15th Street, NY 10003 andd will start at 7.30pm.
See you there!
Tomorrow will be my first class of an exciting and super-intensive new course at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute - Vincent D'Onofrio's Master Class.
I am looking forward to learning first-hand from such a great artist and want to thank the Institute for choosing me to be part of this unique experience.
I am happy to announce I am back in NYC after a couple of exciting and refreshing months in Europe. And already I'm recaptured by the city's vibe and pace as well as the creativity.
I am more than glad to resume training with my fantastic teachers Robert Ellermann and Hope Arthur at the Lee Strasberg Institute and I am looking forward to a whole lot of work.
My latest project fulfilled a long-fostered dream of mine - working on set with a horse. I am so grateful to photographer Karl Huber and everybody else outdoors on set with us on that very cold and rainy day, especially to Cody, my neighing partner.
There couldn't be a more exciting and freaky topic for a fashion shoot than the Día de los Muertos theme we worked on yesterday.
Shooting at dawn in bare brickwork with fog machine and fantastic make-up done by Sina Altrichter we sure had lots of Mardi Gras fun and are looking forward to the outcome. Soon to be posted in my gallery.
I wish all of you a very merry Christmas with good food, quality time with family and friends, warm punch, Christmas music and whatever else heightens your Christmas spirits!
Also, with all my heart, a happy new year to all of you out there! May it hold many interesting encounters with inspiring people, adventures and the fulfillment of most of your dreams. I am positive 2013 will be a busy and successful year!
Lots of love,