! Midori ! ?
Believed to be a New York based actor
Films: Good Boys (2019), Oceans 8, South Mountain. Television: Gotham, Younger, Divorced. Theater: Usual Girls at the Roundabout Underground, The Wolves at Lincoln Center and Playwrights Realm (Obie and Drama Desk awards for best Ensemble), Connected at 59E59 (NYIT Award for best supporting actress.)
OCEANS 8 IN THEATRES NOW
BY LIA ROMEO
DIRECTED BY MICHOLE BIANCOSINO
$25.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $17.50)
TUE, WED & THU 7:30
FRI & SAT 8:30, SUN 3:30
WED., MARCH 16 AT 7:30
MIDORI as Molly in
Peter and the Starcatcher!
SEPTEMBER 22-OCTOBER 11
BY RICK ELICE
BASED ON THE NOVEL BY DAVE BARRY
AND RIDLEY PEARSON
Friday, August 21st @3PM
RIPLEY GRIER STUDIOS, NYC.
On behalf of Producers, The Story Plant and Mitchell Maxwell, there will be an upcoming reading of ‘THIS IS RAGE’, a biting, darkly comic crime thriller by Ken Goldstein, based on his novel of the same name, directed by Wilson Milam.
RSVP to BillLeavengood@yahoo.com if you are coming!
Circle East Reading
YELLOWSTONE by William Leavengood
Directed by Kevin Kittle
July 5th, at 6:00 PM, at The Playroom Theatre
151 W 46th Street, 8th Floor
Admission is FREE!
Cast: (in order of appearance)
MAL LINDELIE, Randy Noojin*
OLIVIA LINDELIE, Emily Daly*
RHIANNON WELK, Midori Francis*
TRIP LINDELIE, Ben Becher*
CASSANDRA LINDELIE, Debra Kay Anderson*
STAGE DIRECTIONS, Amy Tangel
*Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity
Thursday, June 4th : I'll be playing Chloe in "Bluebeard"
By Matthew Freeman - Directed by Jessi Hill
424 West 44th Street
Public reading starting at 6PM.
SYRACUSE STAGE FALL 2014 !
will be playing “Nina”
Sonia and Vanya and Masha and Spike
Playing "The Frisco Kid"
"The Legend of Suicide Jack" - by Noemi de la Puente, in the style of Blazing Saddles. Free play reading Friday June 6, at ART/New Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York. . Part of the Dramatic Question Theatre play reading series, which will have many more fantastic plays to follow!
Delighted to be playing Petra, an offbeat heroine
Playwrights Festival of New Plays
How to Separate your Soul From your Body: In 10 Easy Steps
by Bryna Turner
DIRECTED BY ADRIENNE CAMPBELL-HOLT
If everything you thought you knew was invented, what would you do?
Presented in repertory at the Jameson Studio Theater (30 Jones Avenue) Douglass campus.
General Public $15 / Rutgers Alumni, Employees, and Seniors $12 / Students $10
Please note: Tickets sales by credit card must be made in advance. Only cash sales are accepted at the performance.
Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts produces working actors.
Please come meet this year's graduating class of BFA and MFA actors.
The presentation will run for one hour on.
Rutgers Graduating BFA & MFA Actors
Monday, March 17, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 18, 2014, at 1 p.m.
PTC Performance Space
555 West 42nd Street
(between 10th & 11th)
New York City
RSVP: (877) 898-8883
We Will Confirm Your Reservation.