During Act 3 of "Three Sisters" last night, a REAL fire alarm joined the din of our sound cue fire alarm. Everyone was evacuated to the street while the fire department came to investigate. The cast of "Three Sisters" decided to help pass the time in the cold by serenading the audience with "Ty Pastoi," a Russian song about a man walking behind a beautiful woman during a swilrling snowstorm, begging her to turn around so he can see her face.
Listen to Rebecca talk with WCLV's Jacqueline Gerber about "Yentl," her path as an actor, competitive jump-roping, and dialects...
Exciting News! Rebecca has just been cast as Yentl at Cleveland Play House. More details to follow. For info, visit: www.clevelandplayhouse.org
I'm so proud and excited to be celebrating both of these amazing theatres' 50th birthdays! Happy Birthday, Trintiy Rep and Actors Theatre of Louisville! Can't wait to kick off ATL's 50th season as Brooke in "Noises Off," and then return to Trinity for "A Christmas Carol." #TRC50 #ATL50
Rebecca has been cast in a workshop/reading of Jackie Sibblies Drury's new play, "Social Creatures" at NYC's Lark Play Development Center. The reading will take place Feb. 1, 2013. More details to follow.
Rebecca has booked the role of Natasha in the Arden Theatre Company's new translation of The Three Sisters. This project is especially exciting because the full cast will workshop it throughout the next year before going into rehearsals next January. The show will run Feb. and March of 2014 at the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. For more information, visit www.ardentheatre.org
Rebecca is thrilled to be joining Fiasco Theater and McCarter Theatre Center for a week-long workshop of "Into the Woods." A re-imagining of the musical theatre masterpiece, the 10 person cast will all take on multiple roles and help to create the underscoring.
Rebecca will be playing Jack's Mother, and Cinderella's Mother and Stepmother.
Rebecca has been tapped to narrate "An Intimate Life," by Cheryl Cohen Greene. This fascinating book is the source material for the award winning film "The Sessions," starring John Hawkes and Helen Hunt. A riveting memoir, it recounts not only the story portrayed in the movie, but many other touching tales from her life's work.