Eitra Kennedy

Eitra’s career in the arts and entertainment industry so far proves that experience and training come in many shapes, sizes and forms. Numerous credits and opportunities from numerous areas of the industy have come his way, including work in news anchoring, hosting of a college television show, voice-over work, Latin/ballroom dancing, singing/song-writing, acting on stage/camera and more. He’s landed a wide-range of roles, from a homeless child eating out of a dumpster, to a self-indulgent, popular guy wanna be, who only wants to get his roomate to be as popular as he thinks he is. Although he works to maintain a successful career in the entertainment industry, he strives to be even more successful in contributing to the community and planet at-large.

703.862.4312                                                                                   eitra.kennedy@gmail.com  ________________________________________________________________________

TELEVISION

“REALITY TV PILOT”                                 Host                                 Student Production

“OFF-CAMPUS”                                              Lead                                 Student Production

FILM

“SEX – THE MUSICAL”                              Supporting                  Student Production

“OMG, I’M DATING A VAMPIRE”        Starring                         Student Production

“THE BREAK UP”                                         Starring                         Student Production

“MATH IS LOVE”                                         Starring                           Student Production

“AGE APPROPRIATE”                              Supporting                    Student Production

“SLICES OF LIFE II”                                   Supporting                    Student Production

THEATER

“FAMILY WEEKEND”                              Supporting                     Cutler Majestic, Boston, MA

“NEW STUDENT REVIEW”                   Supporting                     Semel Theatre, Boston, MA

“THE MUSIC MAN”                                   Lead                    H-B Woodlawn Auditorium, Arlington, VA

“PIRATES OF PENZANCE                      Supporting       H-B Woodlawn Auditorium, Arlington, VA

“INTO THE WOODS”                                 Lead                   H-B Woodlawn Auditorium, Arlington, VA

“TOO BEE OR NOT TO BEE…”               Supporting                     Garde Theatre,          New London, CT

COMMERCIALS

Conflicts upon request.

RELATED EXPERIENCE

– Composer/Producer of original album, “Instrumentalitis

– 20 Min. Solo Performance Piece

– Emerson College Lions Mascot

– Live On-Air Hip-Hop DJ for WERS 88.9

– 1st place at District and State competition:  Radio Pre-Produced:               “World Hunger,” Roanoke, VA and 1st place at Television News Anchor National Competition Kansas City, MO.

– Gave the acceptance speech for my grandmother, Adrienne Kennedy’s Honorary Doctorate, from Ohio State University

TRAINING

Acting:

SOCAPA – New York City (on-camera technique/Stanislavski Method).

Marian Seldes (technique & theory).

SPECIAL SKILLS

Accents, singing/songwriting/composing, dance, photography.

EDUCATION

BA in Theatre Education, Emerson College, School of Performing Arts.

PERSONAL

Height: 5’6’’           Weight: 130 lbs.             Hair: Brown            Eyes: Brown

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Corinne Mesa hails from the Northeast Kingdom in Northern Vermont. She began acting at the age of five as the lead in her kindergarten play The Elephant’s Child. At the age of 12, fell in love with Shakespeare through a youth Shakespeare Camp and from the ages of 12-17, she performed in seven Shakespearian productions. Her roles included Puck in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Viola in Twelfth Night, Rosencrantz in Hamlette; Princess of Denmark, and Miranda in The Tempest. She also played the lead in the murder mystery The Patient and won state and regional awards from her improved part of Harlequin in Moliere’s The Forced Marriage. In her last three years at Emerson, she’s performed in nine films and one television series, as well as producing a CampusMoviefest national winning documentary, The Street Crusade. She’s finishing her senior year at Emerson College in Los Angeles.

Corinne Mesa
(802) 760-7169

TELEVISION
“INSIDE THE BOX”                             Co-Star                      Emerson Channel

FILM
“SIGHT AND SOUND”                        Starring                     High Street Productions
“CORINNE’S LOVER”                         Starring                     802 Films
“THE ELEVATOR WATCHMEN”     Co-Star                      Student Film/Emerson College
“CHAPTER II: COME BACK”             Starring                     Student Film/Emerson College
“A GYPSY KIND OF LOVE”                Starring                     Student Film/Emerson College
“THE BEGINNING”                             Starring                     Student Film/Emerson College
“EXCHANGE “                                      Starring                     High Street Productions
“THE ARCHITECT”                             Starring                     Thunderball Productions
“THE SECRETARIAT”                        Starring                      Dragon and Phoenix Productions

THEATRE/LOCAL & REGIONAL

“A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM”             Puck                      Get Thee to the Funnery, VT
“TWELFTH NIGHT”                                           Viola                     Get Thee to the Funnery, VT
“HAMLETTE; PRINCESS OF DENMARK”    Rosencrantz       Get Thee to the Funnery, VT
“AS YOU LIKE IT”                                                Corin                   Hazen Union High School, VT
“THE TEMPEST”                                                  Miranda             Get Thee to the Funnery, VT
“THE PATIENT”                                                   Lead                    Backwoods Theatre Company, VT
“MACBETH”                                                          Lady Macduff    Get Thee to the Funnery, VT
“KING LEAR”                                                        Goneril                Get Thee to the Funnery, VT
“THE FORCED MARRIAGE”                            Harlequin            Peoples Academy, VT

RELATED EXPERIENCE
Casting Training w/Maura Tighe
Get Thee to the Funnery Shakespeare Camp – Camper/Counselor

EDUCATION
B.A., Theatre Studies – Performance, Business, Emerson College, Boston Massachusetts

SPECIAL SKILLS
Basic Jazz dance, intermediate soccer/basketball, intermediate yoga, intermediate snowboarder, basic/intermediate cross-country skiing, intermediate runner, basic Spanish, double jointed fingers, Linklater voice training.

PERSONAL
Height: 5’4”; Weight: 125 lbs.; Hair: brunette; Eyes: brown.

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Ami Tsuchida

Ami was born in Tokyo, Japan and has played various kinds of Japanese characters in both films and theatre. She is a current student in Emerson College pursuing a degree of Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre. She moved to the United States when she was 15 to to study theatre in a private school in Westchester, New York. While learning theatre, she also worked on improving her English. She was accepted into Emerson College’s theatre program when she was 18where she studied directing and costume, as well as acting. She has performed in films and on stage both in and out of the college. She later joined Ultimate Improv, in Boston, where she studied improvisation with her teammates.

Ami Tsuchida

(617)910-8431/ami_tsuchida@emerson.edu

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Film

ARIGATO NO KIKOERU MACHI

NAKAMA PROJECT

TRAIN LIFE

LOVERS AGAIN

Lead

Lead

Lead

Lead

Kosuke Haga

Steadman Production

Masaki Sekine

Masaki Sekine

Theater

BULLY

RAIN OF RUIN

THE BODY/MIND DIALOGUES

THE TROUBLE TREE

BURY THE DEAD

Lead

Supporting

Supporting

Supporting

Supporting

Concept Unleashed, MA

Life Lines Theater, MA

Emerson College, MA

Emerson College, MA

AIUEO Theatre, JAPAN

Music Video

FORDOES ME QUITE-I WOKE UP IN TOKYO Dir. Rob Kraus

Training

Emerson College

Acting for Film

Acting for Film (LA)

Improvisation

Scene Study

Voice

Stage Combat

Workshop

Internship At:

Special Skills

Fluent: Japanese

Accents: Japanese, Chinese, Korean

Stage Combat: Hand-to-Hand; Rapier; Dagger

Improvisation: Ultimate Improv Boston

Skiing; Swimming; Running; boxing; Jogging: Rollerblade

BA Theatre Studies/ Emphasis on Acting

Kenneth Cheeseman

Kay Cole

Kenneth Cheeseman, Richard Gilman

Dossy Peabody

Amelia Broome

Ted Hewlett

Eriko Watanabe

Office Uchuudo in Japan

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George Watsky

George Watsky is a versatile young performer—a trained actor whose original material has taken him to concert halls, television screens and stages in thirty states. A national poetry slam champion, George was featured on Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry on HBO, the Image Awards on FOX, and has performed at the Apollo Theater, the San Francisco Opera House, and in Sydney, Australia. Robert Redford, while introducing George for a performance at the Kennedy Center concert hall, called the young artist’s performances “powerful.” Acting credits include the titular character in the Living Word Project’s adaptation of Dante’s Divine Comedythe Grass Harp (San Francisco New Convervatory Theater), Where the Magic Happens (SpeakEasy Stage), and Much Ado About Nothing(Emerson Stage). George has shared the stage with, among others, Will Smith, Sean Penn, and Beyonce.

George Watsky
georgewatsky.com

(415)722-9773/george@georgewatsky.com

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TELEVISION

Russell Simmons’ Def Poetry  Featured           HBO

NAACP Image Awards             Featured            FOX-TV

THEATRE

Where the Magic Happens    Lead                   SpeakEasy Stage, Boston

Much Ado About Nothing     Supporting       Emerson Stage, Boston

So Many Levels                         Lead                   Hip Hop Theater Fest, New York City

Dante’s Divine Comedy          Lead                   Living Word Theater, San Francisco

The Grass Harp                        Supporting       New Conservatory Theater, San Francisco

EDUCATION

B.A. Emerson College ’10

TRAINING

Acting: Robbie McCauley, Dossie Peabody, Ken Cheeseman, Richard Gilman. Movement: Sarah Hickler (Action Theater). Voice: Amelia Broome (Linklater technique). Stage combat: Ted Hewlett. Improvisation: Keith Johnstone (workshop).

RECOGNITION

Brave New Voices National Poetry Slam Champion, Youth Speaks Grand Slam Poetry Champion, Rod Parker Playwriting Fellowship (Emerson College), Robert Redford Sundance Summit Winner (Poetry)

SPECIAL SKILLS

Drum set, harmonica, conversational Spanish, salsa dance, baseball, foreign and regional accents, rapping, roller blading, ice skating, skiing

PERSONAL

Height: 5’11”; weight: 135 lbs.; hair: brown; eyes: blue/green.

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Brian Tweedy

Brian Tweedy started his career in New York at the ripe young age of 10 playing a disco dancing Santa Clause in his grade school Christmas Concert. He found a love of the theatre working on musical comedies throughout high school. For his senior year, Brian attended the Long Island High School for the Arts to study Drama. There he landed his first lead role in a feature film, The Bloody, the Bogus, and the Totally Rad, a selection at the Long Island Film Festival ‘07. His experiences guided him to Emerson College where he majored in theatre studies, focusing on acting, writing and directing. While at Emerson, Brian worked on over 30 film projects ranging in length and scope.

Brian currently resides in Burbank, California and is focusing on furthering his film career both in front of and behind the camera.

Brian Tweedy

(631)786-2951/BT1217@gmail.com _________________________________________________________________

TELEVISION

Browne at Midnight                 SERIES REGULAR                       Pilot/ Kevin Bright

Solitary Confinement                      CO-STAR                                  Pilot/ Elyse Reback

FILM

Hank & Maggie                            STARRING                    Short Film/ Keenan Corolla

Darkroom                                       STARRING                  Short Film/ Ashton Golembo

Slight of Head                               STARRING               Student Film/ Garrett Williams

Double-Crossed                            STARRING                    Student Film/ Tom Goodwin

Where’s Me                                   STARRING                 Student Film/ Julie Sesnovitch

Street Cycle                                     STARRING                  Student Film/ Emil Toolnan

Bloody, Bogus & Totally Rad           LEAD                         Feature/ Anthony Petrucci

My Darling, My Dearest                   LEAD                    Short Film/ Ilya Polyakov

The Hop                                                 LEAD                        Short Film/ Tyler Bell

High-Fi                                                   LEAD                      Student Film/ Alex Amoling

Good Friends                                        LEAD                      Student Film/ Mike Lawrence

Get Happy                                      SUPPORTING                     Short Film/ Matt Pitkoff

Imaginary Love                            SUPPORTING                     Short Film/ Brian Dann

Elevator Music                             SUPPORTING                 Student Film/ Missy Allard

Ten                                                  SUPPORTING                   Student Film/ Greg Cohen

The Zookeeper                               FEATURED                                MGM/ Frank Coraci

The Town                                            EXTRA                          Warner Bros./ Ben Affleck

THEATRE

A Mad Breakfast                                   LEAD                            Emerson College/Boston

Hansel, Gretel & Santa Clause          LEAD                           Emerson College/Boston

March                                                       LEAD                            Emerson College/Boston

Footloose                                                LEAD                Airport Playhouse/Long Island

Grease                                                      LEAD                         Copiague HS/Long Island

Seussical: The Musical                       LEAD                       Copiague HS/Long Island

Mac Wellman’s Antigone                  CO-STAR                    Emerson College/Boston

Chalky White Substance                    CO-STAR                     Emerson College/Boston

The Wizard of Oz                                 CO-STAR    Bay Way Playhouse/Long Island

COMMERCIALS

CONFLICTS UPON REQUEST
TRAINING

B.A. Theatre Studies (Acting/Directing) Minors: Writing/Honors, Emerson College

Certificate of Excellence in Drama, Long Island High School for the Arts

Improv: (Richard Gilman, Ken Cheeseman, Michael Tester, Joe Antoun)              On Camera: (Ken Cheeseman, Robert Patton-Spruill, Bates Wilder, Tom Kingdon)   Business of Acting: (Brad Lemack) Comedy: (Spiro Veloudes)    Voice: (Normi Noele)  Scene Study: (Kathleen Donaghue, Abbe Gail Gross)  Combat: (Ted Hewlett, Michael Tester) Solo Performance: (Kathleen Donaghue)  Performance Art: (Sunill Swaroop, Mirta Tocci)   Clowning: (Ron Hoffman)    Directing: (Melia Bensussen, Robert Patton-Spruill)

SPECIAL SKILLS

Conversational German, Accents (Boston, American Southern, New York, German, Swiss, Russian, Swedish), Native American Grass Dancer, Mac/PC proficient, Sports(Baseball, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Dungeons & Dragons)

PERSONAL

HEIGHT: 6’ 2”      WEIGHT: 175LBS      HAIR: BROWN     EYES: BLUE/GREEN

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Allison Faythe

Allison Faythe is currently finishing up her senior year as a theater education and acting major at Emerson College, in Boston, MA. She grew up in Westchester, New York, just thirty minutes north of New York City, where she discovered her passion for musical theater at a young age. This passion was nurtured as she grew and she honed her craft, training at the renowned summer conservatory programs at NYU’s CAP 21 and Carnegie Mellon University’s Musical Theater and Acting Conservatory, from here, Allison then went on to study theater education and acting at Emerson College.

With the vast performing opportunities offered at Emerson, Allison soon found her true love and calling, film. Her film credits include: The Things Stolen, Invisible, A Square with Three Sides, and Gray Area. Allison was nominated for Best Actress at Brandeis University’s film festival, SunDeis, for her performance in Invisible. She has also received international recognition in her performance in A Square with Three Sides, as the film screened at LGBT film festivals in London, England, Zurich, Switzerland, and Lisbon, Portugal. Her stage credits include, Cabaret as Fraulein Kost, Hair as Ronny, A Chorus Line as Judy, and Chicago as Liz-Cell Block.

Allison now resides in Los Angeles where she plans on pursuing a career as a professional actor after graduating from Emerson in May 2010.

Allison Faythe

(914) 391-6681 / allisonfaythe@gmail.com

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                                                                ALLISON FAYTHE

                                                                   – 914-391-6681 –

                                                         allisonfaythe@gmail.com

 

FILM

“GRAY AREA”                                                     Co-Star                                       Feature

“THE ACTRESS”                                                   Star                                             Short Film

“IN TRANSIT”                                                      Star                                             Short Film

“A SQUARE WITH THREE SIDES”                Star                                             Short Film

“INVISIBLE”                                                        Star                                              Short Film

“THE THINGS STOLEN”                                   Supporting                               Short Film

THEATER

“REASONS TO BE PRETTY”                      Co-Star              The Cabaret Theater, Boson, MA

“THE MIND/BODY DIALOGUES”          Supporting       Emerson College, Boston, MA

“CABARET”                                                    Fraulein Kost   Cagle & Company, Irvington, NY

“HAIR”                                                            Ronny                  Cagle & Company, Dobbs Ferry, NY

“A CHORUS LINE”                                      Judy                     Cagle & Company, Dobbs Ferry, NY

“CHICAGO”                                                   Liz (Cell Block)  Cagle & Company, Dobbs Ferry, NY

“PHANTOM”                                                Supporting          Helen Hayes Theater Co., Nyack, NY

COMMERCIALS

Conflicts upon request. 

TRAINING

Brad Lemack (The Business of Acting – Emerson College), Kay Cole (Advanced Acting for the Camera – Emerson College), Ken Cheeseman (Acting for the Camera – Emerson College),  Amelia Broome (Dialects and Voice & Text – Emerson College),  Kathleen Donohue (Scene Study and Playing the Self – Emerson College),  Ted Hewelett (Movement – Emerson College),  Jonathan Hammond (Advanced Acting Tecnique – NYU, CAP21),  Don Wadsworth (Audition – Carnegie Mellon).

SPECIAL SKILLS

Proper British, Cockney, German, Irish, Southern (hard and soft “R”), and New York dialects, figure skating, bike riding, flag twirler, intermediate hula hooping, awesome high-fives.

EDUCATION

BA, Emerson College, Theater Education and Acting

PERSONAL

Height: 5’3”                 Weight: 135                 Hair: Dark Brown                    Eyes: Hazel

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Ian Wallace

Originally trained as a classical pianist, Ian made the switch from music to acting in high school.  While studying acting at Emerson, Ian has starred in countless student plays and films.  In 2007, he joined the Boston-based troupe Ultimate Improv Boston and performed with them monthly.  Recently, Ian starred in the independent short Drawing From Life, which is currently touring film festival circuits in both the United States and the Czech Republic.  Ian is about to graduate from Emerson College with his degree in theater studies and screenwriting.  A native of Newburyport, Massachusetts, he recently made the move to the west coast, and currently resides in Los Angeles

Ian Wallace

(978) 360-0049 / IanMichaelWallace@gmail.com

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TELEVISION

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno      Sketch Player           NBC

Urban Undone                                         Series Regular          46 & 2 Media Productions

Tennis Balls                                               Co-Star                       E.I.V. Productions

FILM

Endgame                                                     Lead                            Warlords Productions

Drawing From Life                                  Lead                             Kozmic Gas Productions

The Big Kill                                                Lead                             Last Day Productions

India: A Documentary                           Narrator                      Trauernicht Films

Sunday Morning Breakfast                 Supporting               J.D. Marlow Productions

THEATER

Asymmetry                                                 Luper/Edgar              Emerson College Cabaret

Sex Lives of Superheroes                     Michael                  Greene Theater; Boston, MA

Glory in the Flower                                Bus Riley                Greene Theater; Boston, MA

A Devil Inside                                            Carl Raymonds         Emerson College Cabaret

Play                                                               M.                                Semel Theater; Boston, MA

Tatjana in Color                                      Teacher/Father         Emerson College Cabaret

Brighton Beach Memoirs                    Stanley                           NHS; Newburyport, MA

TRAINING

Acting: Kay Cole (on-camera technique); Ken Cheeseman (on-camera technique, improv); Richard Gillman (improv); Robbie McCauley (ensemble acting); Dossy Peabody (scene study); Adam McLean (movement)

Voice: Amelia Broome (Linklater technique, dialects)

Stage Combat: Ted Hewlett (unarmed, rapier, broadsword, quarterstaff, rapier/dagger)

Music: Claudia Keyian (classical piano)

SPECIAL SKILLS

Piano, singing (tenor/baritone), accents (British, Cockney, Irish, Scottish, Australian, French, American Southern, Deep South, Boston, New York, German, Russian), proficient in Mac & PC, can solve a Rubik’s cube in under two minutes

EDUCATION

B.A., Theater Studies: Acting, Screenwriting minor, Emerson College (Boston, MA & Los Angeles, CA)

PERSONAL

Height: 5’11” ; Weight: 175 lbs. ; Hair: Brown ; Eyes: Gray

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