Fast Forward Friday with Meredith Edwards

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, I am thrilled to interview the uber-talented and extraordinary director Meredith Edwards whom I've had the honor and delight to work with in bringing Bite Me, to the world.  Bite Me, a subversive romantic comedy about a real-life vampire and the IRS … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Kathleen Wallace

For this week's Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed Kathleen Wallace, a creator-writer-producer and an actor in the web series The Evagelists and the upcoming Settling Up. She is also the founder of Seanachie Communications, a storytelling company. She was in the world premiere of Dennis … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Cornelia Ravenal

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed the multi-talented award-winning writer-producer-filmmaker-visual artist Cornelia Ravenal. Her work has been performed at Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center and regional theaters, published in magazines in Asia and the US, and screened at … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Andrew Moore

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed bass-baritone Andrew Moore. He is working for his MM in Opera at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Currently studying with Grammy-winning Eduardo Chama, Andrew starred in the Rutgers production of Beethoven’s Fidelio … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Tjasa Ferme

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed actor-playwright-producer Tjasa Ferme. She is a resident actress at The Cell Theatre Company and PopUp Theatrics. She is also the creator of a short film Ophelia’s Flip (Cannes Film Festival, 2012). Her interactive solo show, Wild Child … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Fengar Gael

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed playwright Fengar Gael. Her plays include The Usher's Ball, The Portraitist, The Gallerist, Opaline, Touch of Rapture, Gift of a Forgotten Tongues, The Cat Vandal and Sycorax: Cyber Queen of Qamara. She has had her plays developed and … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Madeline Johnson

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed award-winning screenwriter-director Madeline Johnson. Her debut short film Juneteenth was an official selection of the Prague Independent Film Festival, the Budapest Short Film Festival, and the Crown Heights Film Festival – as well as … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Martha Williams

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed Martha Williams, writer-director for Run for Your Life and a long-time maker-writer-performer-organizer. Martha (BA anthropology GWU & MFA film directing CalArts) is an award-winning film director, event maker and former multi-media, … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Heather Cappiello

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed  director Heather Cappiello. Heather is an award-winning director of film, television and theater. She has directed episodes of Madam Secretary, Criminal Minds, Blue Bloods (2016 Voice Award winner) and the horror series Freakish, … Read More

Fast Forward Friday with Ludovica Villar-Hauser

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed theater director-artistic director-dramaturg Ludovica Villar-Hauser. Ludovica has directed a wide range of plays on diverse topics, most recently She Calls Me Firefly, which just completed a run at the SoHo Playhouse. Alongside her … Read More

Fast Foward Friday with Russell G. Jones

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed actor-director-teaching artist- facilitator-moderator Russell G. Jones. He has been a member of The Labyrinth Theater Company since 1995. He is an OBIE, Auldeco, BTAA, NAACP Theater and SAG Award winning actor. In addition to his … Read More

Fast Foward Friday with Arden Kass

For this week’s Fast Forward Friday, we interviewed playwright-screenwriter-producer Arden Kass. She is is the recipient of two playwriting Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Her work, ranging from full-length dramas and dance theatre to musical theatre, has been seen … Read More