Audiobook Reading @ Symphony Space for the Kingdom of Ash Book Launch
October 23, 2018
The #1 New York Times bestselling author discusses the unforgettable, dramatic conclusion in this highly anticipated finale of the Throne of Glass series, with a reading by the audiobook narrator, Elizabeth Evans.
All tickets come with a pre-signed copy of Kingdom of Ash. The house will open at 6pm for pre-show activities so be sure to arrive early! Produced in cooperation with New York Comic Con and Barnes and Noble.
The Way of the World, now running through August 13th!
Theresa Rebeck takes on the 1% in this sardonic retelling of William Congreve's restoration comedy, The Way of the World.
Set in the hyper-rich Hamptons, it follows the story of a good-hearted heiress who has become prey to the attentions of an amoral party boy. After he callowly seduces her aunt, making the older woman a figure of public ridicule, their romance is dead in the water. But his insistence on winning back the moneyed heroine fuels the summer’s gossip in the land of the one-percent. Can love emerge in a world where love means nothing? Tickets here! Photos. Video.
Cast in the world premiere of The Way of the World, written and directed by Theresa Rebeck!
I am absolutely thrilled to be working on this production at The Dorset Theatre Festival in VT this summer!
More about The Way of the World, a contemporary retelling of the sardonic masterpiece by William Congreve.
Buy tickets! More about Theresa Rebeck. More about The Dorset Theatre Festival.
Currently Filming: "Where is Kyra?" opposite Michelle Pfeiffer
I'm currently shooting Beat-Up Little Seagull for Killer Films opposite Michelle Pfeiffer, directed by Andrew Dosunmu (Mother of George).
Beat-Up Little Seagull follows the life of a sensitive and fragile woman (Pfeiffer) who struggles to find footing in a fast-paced world. When her mother dies, she faces a crisis in which she must find a means for survival, all the while hiding her struggles from her new lover (Keifer Sutherland).
"In Real Life" Reading at Theatre for a New Audience
I'm performing in "IN REAL LIFE: A Slenderman Musical," a new work by Trevor Bachman, Jonathon Sokolow, and Josh Brown.
Inspired by true events, IN REAL LIFE: A SLENDERMAN MUSICAL, is an electro-acoustic ghost story about real-life consequences of the digital world. The play surrounds the myth of Slenderman, an icon of Internet folklore who is attributed to the abduction of children and the violence of teenagers all over the world.
In the Choir in The Christians @ Playwrights Horizons
I'm currently singing as a choir member in select performances of The Christians at Playwrights Horizons, by Lucas Hnath and directed by Les Waters. Get tickets here!
Come see me in these shows: Sunday 8/30 @ 7:30PM, Saturday 9/5 @ 8:00PM, Tuesday 9/15 @ 7:00PM, Sunday 9/27 @ 2:30PM, Friday 10/2 @ 8:00PM, Saturday 10/3 @ 8:00PM, Fri 10/16 @ 8:00! (More dates on their way!)
Interview with USA Today!
Here's an interview I did with USA Today about narrating the Throne of Glass Audiobook series! Sarah J. Maas is also interviewed about what it's like to have an audio version of her books.
This was a lot of fun to do - check it out! There's also a clip :)
Currently Filming: Mommy Heist
I'm currently shooting Mommy Heist, directed by Anna Gutto. It's a mockumentary-style comedy about three moms who rob a jewelry store to save their families from financial ruin, using their kids as distractions and weapons during the heist!
Currently Filming: Another Day Gone By
The follow up film to Days Like This! It takes place four years after the first film, when Dan and Maggie have just gotten out of college. Dan's on his way to law school and Maggie is struggling in the real world.
Interviewed by Bloomberg TV for Audiobook Narration
After recording about 80 books for Audible, Bloomberg TV interviewed me about what it's like to record an audiobook and be involved in the VO industry.
Days Like This premieres at the Palm Springs International Short Fest!
Our beautiful film was loved at this festival!
To watch the 11min short on my website, email me for the password. It's a gorgeous little film directed by Daniel Angeles (HBO & The Weinstein Co), written by Molly Nussbaum (FX's The Amercians) and shot by Jeff Brink (Now You See Me).
Interviewed in Backstage Magazine
For my audiobook work! I did this interview on the day of my NYU graduation - it was such a nice transition from being a student to becoming a professional.
Broadway.com calls me "A Musical Theatre Star to Come"
This was one of the best experiences I had in undergrad. I was in a cabaret directed by Sutton Foster called From Rodgers to Heart. I wrote my own contemporary arrangement of "Isn't it Romantic" and performed it at Joe's Pub.
Here's the Broadway.com article
My performance of "Isn't it Romantic"