Coming up: a webseries, 2 short films, and a pilot. In the series I play a brilliant but socially inept computer programmer who believes the internet is conscious. I’m also starring as Marie a misfit in a cult-like community in the Mid-west (playing misfits much?) I had a blast playing British-ney the charismatic leader of a Britney-holics anonymous group. We improvised the hell out of the script, my specialty. So far 2014 is a playful one.
It’s a tidal wave of shows… an avalanche of shows! My improv team No You Don’t, Oprah! is running amok in LA indie improv venues. Here’s what’s happening this weekend.
Oct 25 @8:30pm Groundlings: G3 Stage
Oct 26 @8:30pm IO West Del Close Theatre hosted by Value Meal
Oct 27 @11:30pm IO West Main Stage
Groundlings G:3 stage Fri 6/21 @8pm. Neon Venus: Sat 7/6 @7pm The Loft Ensemble: Fri 7/12 @8pm
Neon Venus: Sat Aug 3 @8pm
XR-91 Bio-Rebellion 2.0 will screen at the Director’s Guild as part of the annual UCLA Spotlight event 6/13/13. Written and directed by my partner Steven Huffaker. Starring Charlie Sanders, me, John Ennis, and James Franco. I co-produced this film and am very excited about it’s first theatrical screening. Steve also received Best Grad Narrative Film award at the UCLA film festival.
Palms Springs, we are coming for you!
Palm Springs International ShortFest – June 22, 2013 @4:30pm
as part of the Crimes and Misdemeanors program. I’ll be there with fellow cast and crew.
At a Los Angeles dry cleaner, Jae pursues her desires as her mother struggles to keep the business going in the face of pressure from a crime syndicate. But when Jae decides to put an end to the extortion payments, the secrets of the past come to light.
- Jill Alexander Commercial workshop