Emily was recently cast in an independent student production of Picasso's Women by Brian McAvera, directed by fellow undergraduate Juliet Barrett as her senior honors thesis. In this monologue play about the loves and muses of Pablo Picasso, the women are able to tell their own stories and reveal their views on the master artist. Emily will be playing Jacqueline Roque, the last of the women in Picasso's life and his wife when he died. She is thrilled to be working with an incredible, collaborative creative team, as well as a cast of six other talented, strong women, all also undergraduates (cast and director pictured left). Picasso's Women will perform in early February at the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center in Bloomington, Indiana. Like the production's Facebook page to receive updates on the rehearsal process and performance details!
Distorted Transfection, the independent supernatural feature film that Emily filmed earlier this year, is officially in consideration at the Sundance Film Festival! In the film, Emily plays Rhodia, an innocent and optimistic girl who is new to the Other world and unsure of how her new family will react to her secret. As Distorted Transfection makes its way around the festival circuit, please check out the official website, like the film's Facebook page, and browse its IMDd page! And don't forget to share the news!
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