Same-sex attraction wasn’t socially acceptable when Virginia Woolf penned the original story of Orlando. She wrote the novel as a love letter to her female companion, but was forced to use a sort of code so as not to raise suspicion. The story spans centuries as it tells the tale of an enthusiastic heterosexual man who wakes to find himself transformed into a woman.
Times have changed and so has Virgina Woolf’s Orlando, as evidenced by the recent production of Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, directed by A. Nora Long. Now in its final weekend, the show has...
What do a devious girlfriend, eccentric party girl and a ditsy little pixie-like creature all have in common? They are all character’s Australian actress Jessica Dowdeswell is bringing to life on-screen in America.
Originally from the Gold Coast, Jessica got her first taste for acting recurring in the Jessica Alba lead TV series, “Flipper.” She went on to shine being named Miss Australia 2014-15 Queen of the Universe before making her way to Hollywood. Her credits also include indie films “Chastity Bites,” “Mr. Jones” and the TV movie “Malibu Shark Attack.”
Some actors play the same type of character in similar feeling projects over and over again. How boring, right?!
Well, actress Georgia Winters doesn’t seem to have that problem. The French and British bilingual actress has been showcasing her talents with global audiences in a variety of ways.
Currently, Georgia can be heard belting out a song as the Mother of Dragons in the series "Game of Thrones Animated"; sharing new age wisdom on the film festival circuit in the absurd Hollywood satire "Liars & Cheats"; and coming soon in a hush-hush role as part of the dark psychological indie thriller...
Own that stage. For this list, we’re looking at parts from musicals that are feared and revered the world over for the acting, singing and/or dancing requirements needed to pull them off. Courtesy of MsMojo.