Posted by: Josey | April 20, 2017

New Voiceover Demo

My new voiceover demo is now live, and I’m super-proud of it. Click here to listen.

Posted by: Josey | April 20, 2017

New! Lifestyle Photos

Photographer Rashidah De Vore and I had the best time at the shoot for my new lifestyle photos for print and on-camera acting. Want to see how they turned out? Click here now.

Posted by: Josey | March 23, 2017

Little Ryan Joins Mama on Stage for a Song

My little one Ryan and I headed up to the Red Lion on Bleecker Street to wish guitarist-friend Emmett a happy birthday Saturday afternoon after watching the Islanders play in Brooklyn… and getting caught in the rain. An impromptu song ensued, and it was such a sweet musician-mama moment to be on stage with Ryan (even though he was feeling too shy to sing this time). To watch the video, click here now

Posted by: Josey | November 10, 2016

Writer/Performer in Old-School Sketch Show at PIT!

I’m part of the cast/writing team for the next Old-School Sketch Show at Peoples Improv Theater (PIT) on Tuesday. WHAT? I know. Holy moly I can’t even handle this I’m so excited. Wanna come? Click here for details.

Posted by: Josey | August 16, 2016

You Know What I Never Regret?

I never regret dropping in to more improv classes at PIT over the weekend. Ever. From nerves to high-fives to hugs, they’re always such a lovefest…not to mention teeming with great reminders about listening, presence, being specific about what you want, simplifying, staying active, risk/reward, commitment, and a million other lessons for acting AND LIFE. Can I get a yes and! So fun. 

Posted by: Josey | January 25, 2016

Lead Role in Upcoming Comedic Short Film!

Remember those car commercials I did a few years ago? Well, the crazy-talented director asked me to play the lead role in his upcoming original comedy short film “The Leaf”! (There was even a dog on set. Total dream job. I was having so much fun I even forgot to take a selfie.) It’s in post-production now, and I’m so excited to share it with you soon…

Posted by: Josey | July 27, 2015

Outstanding Supporting Actress Nomination!

Cast members backstage

Cast members backstage

Out of 30+ shows, the Planet Connections Theater Festival nominated ours for SIX awards in the Musical category: I was nominated as Outstanding Supporting Actress for my portrayal of Madison in the Father of Songs. Plus: We earned nominations for Outstanding Production, Outstanding Book, Outstanding Music/Lyrics, Outstanding Direction, and Outstanding Lead Actor (Tom Slot, who also wrote and directed this show because he’s a crazy-talented SOB). So proud to be a part of this show!

We’re in the thick of “Searching for Connection” rehearsals before the Planet Theatre Festivity performances begin. Exhausting! Exciting! Reprising the role of Madison from Tom Slot‘s musical “The Father of Songs” (video clip posted here), I’ll be singing a few new songs from the show… including “Quietly Coming Apart,” which is insanely beautiful. Details here… Ticket sales benefit the ASPCA.

Playing the role of Jane, I worked on a film last year… and just found out it was accepted to the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival.

I met Jeremy Redleaf, the film’s writer/director/star/probably a lot of other things, while working on a Lucky Charms voiceover demo at Saatchi & Saatchi. He is THE COOLEST. The film also stars Negin Farsad, Ed Weeks (of Mindy Project fame), and Brian McCarthy… and they are also THE COOLEST. They all worked so hard on this project, and I’m so excited for them!!

In the role of the lead character Emily’s mom, I lent my voice to a film project last year… and just found out it was accepted to both Tribeca Film Festival and Cannes 2015.

Quick back story: The uber-talented, hardworking Robin Rose Singer wrote, produced and plays Emily in this film, which is called Aphasia. She and I first met at a Greenwich Village, NYC venue a decade ago; she worked there while I emceed weekly open mic nights and performed a weekly singer-songwriter residency at its sister venue; she’d often jump up for a song. A few years later we were so excited to find ourselves reunited at the first rehearsal for the Father of Songs musical sing-through. And then I was lucky enough to have her ask me to make a voiceover appearance in Aphasia. Don’t be fooled by her adorable giggles; Robin is a total bad ass.

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