The highly recognized and acclaimed photographer and artist Jill Greenberg made a 7-minute film in which I play one of the lead roles. The film in inspired by the audio of Harvey Weinstein obtained by the NYPD’s sting operation in 2015 with Ambra Gutierrez. She added the character of the Honeypot played by me. My character was a full-time employee of Weinstein’s and remained in the hotel suite for the whole kerfuffle. The film not only lays out visually what it may have felt like as a young woman, to be tricked into this dangerous situation but is also an open-ended exploration of the complicity surrounding Weinstein’s actions. Thank you Jill Greenberg for this opportunity to work together on this important film and for the whole cast & crew for a wonderful time on set!
Such a great honor to perform a piece from The Veiled Monologues yesterday at the Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award Ceremony for Adelheid Roosen | FE. In the past week we celebrated the work of this very special, powerful and inspiring theatre woman. I feel so grateful to got to know Adelheid and her work. She is a beautiful, sweet, openhearted and caring soul. We got a little peek into her adoption method. Thank you to Katrin Hilbe, to the League of Professional Theatre Women, and to The Graduate Center, CUNY. And above all: Thank you, lieve Adelheid, and congratulations!
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9/11 stays in our minds forever. What happened exactly 16 years ago will never be forgotten. Today is an important day. The souls of those who lost their lives on 9/11/2001 were lighting up the sky thanks to two beautiful light beams and the thousands of birds within those beams. Magical. #freedom #twintowers #flowers #water #lightbeams #birds #magic.
I just finished reading a novel that I would recommend to anyone: ISAAC by Robert Karmon. I read the novel as part of the research for a double role that I am working on for the next few weeks. Robert Karmon is also a playwright and he adapted his novel to the stage play “The Resettlement of Isaac” in which I will play two of the lead roles. We will perform it at the third annual Jewish Film Festival in Southampton on August 21st, directed by Robert Kalfin (founder New York’s Chelsea Theatre Center, winner of five Tony Awards, four Tony nominations and 21 Obie Awards).
I am truly astonished by Karmon’s book. In Dutch we have an expression that says: “This book reads like a train”. And it means that you can’t put it down once you start reading. It is exactly what happened to me.
Karmon’s novel is inspired by the true-life story of Isaac Gochman, a 16 year old Polish Jew, who looses all his family and friends in one night stripped, shot to death and buried by the Nazis in an endless trench. Miraculously Isaac survives the slaughter and when he wakes up he finds himself among the dead bodies of over 20,000 Jews. Then his incredible journey of survival in the Polish forest begins. For months he travels by himself with whatever the woods have to offer. Then he adopts a new identity and he joins the Russian Partisan Brigade where he becomes a hero and falls in love for the first time. ISAAC is a beautiful story about survival, courage and love. For more information on the novel check it out here.
If you happen to be in the Hamptons on August 21st, come out and see the staged play reading at 7pm. For more details and information, click here.
Today I finally had some time to listen back to Wes Shippee’s recordings of Radiotheatre’s stories from the Edgar Allan Poe Fest in which I performed last May. Below you’ll find the clips from two different Poe stories I did: Morella and The Oval Portrait. Adapted by Dan Bianchi, recorded by Wes Shippee and remixed by Paulo Coelho. Have fun listening.