A couple struggle to learn the truth about the origins of their unborn child-- a supernatural entity that emerges from the body.
I just had the priviledge of playing the role of Elaine in the new scary horror thriller THE FETUS, by director, Joe Lam. What a fun and pleasant experience I had working with this magnificent & gifted director, Joe Lam, with my movie son Julian Curtis and with everyone else involved with this production.
In 1977 New York City, a troubled young Jewish man bent on revenge is taken in by a secret group of Nazi hunters fighting a clandestine war against the cabal of high-ranking Nazi officials in hiding who work to create the Fourth Reich.
Amazon Prime presented the TV series Hunters (which premiered on 2/19/20). Al Pacino stars in the series. I booked a role in episode 5 of Season 1. I'm delighted to have been a part of this series, now in it's second season. Everyone involved in the series was wonderful and Dennie Gordon was a fun, creative and fabulous director.
60 Years In The Business.
60 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS, written & performed by Bob Ader
I directed a marvelous one man show, 60 Years In The Business. The show was presented at Ripley Grier Studios, on West 38th St. in NYC. The audiences loved every second of the show. We will definitely be doing Bob Ader's show 60 Years in the Business again. Stay tuned. You will definitely want to see this amazing performer (Bob Ader) and his 'oh so wonderful' one man sh0w. You will also soon be able to buy his autobiography, 60 Years in the Business. I will let you know when it is available.
What a wonderful time we all had. I was one of the actors performing in a wonderful play, "After-Play" written by the very talented Anne Meara. We performed the play at The Episcopal Actor' Guild, Guild Hall at 1 east 29th Street (at 5th Avenue) I played the role of Terry. The rest of the talented cast included, Barbara Thomas, Vince Trani, John Moss, Anita Lento and Michael Ray Martin.
I also had the extreme pleasure and joy of reprising my role of Terry in"After-Play" once again. but this time we performed it for the playwright, Ms. Meara and her very talented husband, Jerry Stiller and other invited guests. This time we also had the pleasure of performing with Amy Stiller (a talented actress & comedianne who is the daughter of Anne Meara & Jerry Stiller). Our talented cast included, Amy Stiller, Vince Trani, John Moss, Cynthia Granville and Shawn O'Connor. Both productions were wonderful and both casts exquisite.
I've been doing some role play for Social Workers at the Columbia School of Social Work (playing the role of various clients) . It's been a rewarding and enjoyable experience helping the students learn their craft. This year we did the role play on Zoom to keep safe during the Pandemic.
The production of Horton Foote's wonderful play "The Carpetbaggers Children" that I recently performed in, was produced by Project Rushmore Theatre Company. It was a huge success. The audience was thrilled with the play and with our performances. [Starring me, Marilyn Spanier (as Sissie), Nancy Lindeberg (as Grace Ann) and Verna Pierce (as Cornelia). Vince Trani played incidental music and it was directed by Bram Lewis. Performed at The Arclight Theatre at 152 West 71 Street
["The Carpetbaggers Children" ia set in post-Reconstruction America, Horton Footes beautifully lyric play reveals a dynamic view of a Texas family, as three sister each share their story].
Adrienne Doucette (Artistic Director of Project Rushmore Theatre Co.)
I performed in a reading of a new one Act play entitled, "Sam & Lily" by Marion Smith for Project Rushmore Theatre Company and performed it with my real life actor husband, Bob Ader. The audience loved the one act play and us.
Once again I performed in a reading of a one Act play entitled, "Can This Marriage Be Saved" by Rich Orloff for the Project Rushmore Theatre Company. The full house thoroughly enjoyed the entire evening of one acts.