"Lowe creates a richly detailed central character… Lowe’s Gwen conveys the jittery unease of a woman fighting to resist the seduction of her old friend alcohol, as well as the defensiveness of a woman who feels judged by others – and by herself."
Christine Dolen, Miami Herald
Carlos Riviera Fernandez wrote a beautiful script and it was such a joy to work on it with the lovely Camila Fernandez.
This was special... not only a lovely script, but they gave me straight hair and I was able to use a COMB! (A big novelty for this curly-haired woman).
Not sure I could've had a better time with this fun script! (Spoiler: the diamond was a fake)
Back on set! A fun shoot with this little pro.
Doing my best "Wonder Woman" pose on set during filming. Here's my lovely "temp family".
She'll be back! Thrilled to bring Emily back next spring in Palm Beach. I can't wait to share the story of this iconic poet with live audiences!
Here are some lovely interviews I did for the filmed co-production of “Belle of Amherst”, a short ad for the film, and a follow-up article about its wonderful success:
Lots of press and interviews in anticipation of the April 2-6 stream for the filmed production of "The Belle of Amherst". Tickets available at: palmbeachdramaworks.org / 561-514-4042
What an honor to tell the story and speak the specatucular words of this vibrant, funny, and brilliant woman. Very grateful to Actors Playhouse and Palm Beach Dramaworks for entrusting me with their first filmed co-production. Streaming April 2-6.
UPDATE: For The WSJ rave and other wonderful reviews, please see Gallery/Press
I had so much fun reminiscing with our director, Lee Roy Reams, and our casting director, Sherie Seff, for Richard Skipper Celebrates about the late great Madeline Kahn and her amazing performance in our production of “Hello Dolly”. A wonderful, generous woman whose talent was unmatchable!
Looking forward to being interviewed by Artistic Director William Hayes, on Dramalogue: Talking Theatre at the end of the month! Here's an article on the great line-up of interviews.
I am so honored to be playing Miep Gies, one of the courageous individuals who risked their lives hiding the Frank family, in the upcoming live-stream reading of the world premier play “The People Downstairs”. The full production, originally slated for January 2020, is scheduled at Palm Beach Dramaworks, as soon as audience and cast can all return safely to live theatre! Here's a write-up about the process.
Here’s an interview about the upcoming Zoom reading of the original play, “The People Downstairs”: