Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Finally, a win

Last week I had a great audition for an NYU grad film (I have been so busy the past few days that I haven’t had a chance to blog about it!) I knew the director/writer - he produced a play I did last summer - so it was one of those rare times that I could completely relax into the audition process because I felt like I had a friend in the room. Plus, it was a great script, and that is always fun to play with. I thought that I did a nice job with the audition, and I felt that even if I wasn’t cast it was a lot of fun to walk into an audition room where I already knew some of the players.

This hasn’t been that common since my move to New York in 2005, and it is nice that it is finally happening! I came from a smaller market (San Diego) where I knew absolutely everyone there was to know. When I moved to New York, it was so strange to be a part of a community where I knew no one. And after about 1.5 years of putting myself out there and making contacts, I am finally starting to see the web of connections being made, and it feels wonderful.

Consequently, I was cast in the grad film! And on that same day, I was invited back to NYU to be a part of a “speed drills” project where students are challenged to produce 24 film scenes over 12 hours, 30 minutes apart. I was also offered another 3 days of work through the NYU medical school’s standardized patient program. April is going to be a very busy month!


  1. Congratulations! That's such fabulous news.

  2. Thank you so much- I will let you know when/if it gets into any festivals. And I will definitely post a link when I have some footage!

  3. /does a little happy dance!

    Go Erin!


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