The future is female
An all-female Measure for Measure at the Scranton Shakespeare Festival has me exploring the darker side of comedy as Angelo. If you're in the area, don't miss the show. Reserve FREE tickets online.
CURIOSER AND CURIOSER...
Coming to you in April, a new twist on the beloved Lewis Carroll story Your, Alice, gets recognition in Playbill!
it happened in october...
The workshop performance of cul-de-sac, written by John Cariani (writer of Almost, Maine, original cast member of Something Rotten!), and directed by Adam Fitzgerald gets the BroadwayWorld treatment.
NEW FOOTAGE, NEW REEL
Some projects have finally seen the light past the post-production tunnel. Check it out!
we filmed during jonas, january 2016
A taste of Ovsanna Gevorgyan's abstract short, from diaries of an invulnerable woman.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT... SPOTTED!
Getting my study on behind Victoria Justice, in Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List.
LOOSE CANON WINS THE THEATERMANIA AUDIENCE FAVOURITE AWARD!
TheaterMania lists us on their Top 7 shows to see at The Fringe Festival this year! And we move to the SoHo Playhouse for a limited Off-Broadway run!
We open August 16th at 6pm, at The Kraine Theatre, as part of the The New York International Fringe Festival. For tickets, visit www.loosecanontheplay.com
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!
OUR VERY OWN WEBSERIES
It's finally coming to a password protected website near you!
A slice of life, comedy and how the mighty fall in the Big Bad Apple.
Created by Jonathan Stephens. Written by Jonathan Stephens, Sophie Overwater and myself!
THE LARAMIE PROJECT GETS REVIEWED
OnStage New York Critic Thomas Burns-Scully reviews George C. Heslin's production of The Laramie Project, in which I played Amanda Gronich, and 5 more characters. Burns-Scully writes "[Sevunts] is able to believably and triumphantly play characters whose ages vary by decades, [and] does turns as everything from grandmothers to young drug addicts." Read the full review here.
SHORT FILM COMING SOON!
The Real American, directed by Darya Zhuk, tells the story of young post-Soviet exchange student, Alya, and how in her attempts to assimilate to 90s American culture, she discovers her host father's attraction for her. Inspired by true events, keep your eyes pealed for the wonderfully creative work of director Darya Zhuk, and producers Viktorya Aleksanyan and Mitch Waxman.