Manage episode 289988347 series 1012043
Carrie Wesolowski (Director/Woman) Born and raised in NYC, Carrie Wesolowski is a NYC-based Actor, Director, Host, and Singer who has appeared in international news programs, film, television and theatre productions. Carrie is a graduate of the Gushee/Anania Studio where she studied with Phil Gushee and Joe Anania. Carrie hosted Movie Talk Show from 2014-2018 and served as its Associate Producer, interviewing indie film actors, writers, and directors and giving them a platform for their work. Carrie’s recent projects include directing and playing Destiny in Coni Koepfinger’s SIMON SAYS which was 1 of 11 finalists in Playbill’s VTF Live and was most recently streaming worldwide as part of Manhattan Rep’s STORIES Film Festival, and playing Mandy in Dermalogic as part of Theater for the New City's "On the Air'' series which can still be seen on Theater for the New City's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0WP3ZVOAaY&t=355s It's always such a joy for Carrie co-hosting, directing, and acting on AirPlay. She would like to thank the playwright Marjorie Stewart and the actors who helped bring this to life.
Timothy Regan (Man) is a graduate of Kean University, and worked on several national tours upon graduating. Timothy is a seasoned TV, film, and stage actor and now comes to you via Zoom and other various facetime platforms! https://www.timothy-regan.com/
Christy Donahue (Narrator/Co-Host) Acting is a lifelong love for Christy, who first stepped onstage at the age of 11. Christy’s acting credits span traditional theater, interactive dinner theater, commercial and film work, and staged readings - in person, online, and via livestream. Favorite credits include Carol Grady in Brooke and Carly, Evy Meara in Neil Simon’s The Gingerbread Lady, Karen in Dinner with Friends, and Annette in God of Carnage.
Marjorie Stewart (Playwright)
Marjorie Stewart teaches English composition, journalism, and creative writing at Glenville State College in Glenville, West Virginia. She holds a PhD in English composition from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and MFA in fiction from the University of Pittsburgh, and a BA in English literature from Duquesne University. Marjie is a playwright with 21 productions of her work, mostly in the Pittsburgh area, where she had a production in each of the first 10 years of the Pittsburgh New Works Festival. She has had three plays produced at Glenville State College: Winter Solstice, Murder at Musty Meadows Manor, and Till Death Do Us Part. She's also a painter known as Max Stewart working with acrylics. See her work at www.maxstewartpaints.com.