Top row: Mrs. Philpott in "A Kind of Murder"; Auditioner in "Zack and Miri Make a Porno"; Lashae's Handler in "And the Winner Is"; Sam's Mom in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower".
Second row: Series regular Mom in "Real Mommy Confessions".
Third row: Diana in "All the World's a Pickle", Roxie Hart in "Chicago", Louise Seger in "Always, Patsy Cline"; Bad-Ass Betty in "The Great American Trailer Park Musical".
Fourth row: French Ticket Agent in "Aidan5"; TV commercials for Square Two Golf Glubs and Ohio Lottery; Doris in "Diver City".
Fifth row: Photo credit; Natasha Straley; Winner Best Web Series at Austin Revolution Film Festival for "Real Mommy Confessions", Director of "RMC"; Producer on location for "Flush the John".
In other exciting news, it's all TEDxMansfield this month as our event is scheduled to take place November 3rd! As Executive Producer of the event, I've done lots of planning with a Jazz band, string quartet, folk, hip hop, opera, poetry, interactive art, and many surprises in addition to our speakers who have been announced. A veritable three-ring circus of entertainment and uplifting, thought-provoking nourishment for the brain and the soul. Tickets are selling now at the Renaissance Theatre's ticketing platform.
Coming up this month, Malawi Orphan Care Project will host an evening fundraiser featuring a conversation I'll have with Yami Chikoti, one of our Malawian producers on "The Bride Price", our documentary about forced marriage in Malawi, Africa. Yami and I will talk about girls' rights and and the history of forced marriage in her country. Find out more on Facebook. We are continuing with our pre-production on the film, grant-writing and fundraising. To help, please consider following the link below. The good news is that we have brought in over $20,000 so far with more gifts promised and grant decisions pending.
Acting, Directing and Producing over the years: