Gwenevere is together again with her beloved Snorks & Pins to present you with AS YOU LIKE IT.
Gwen will be playing Phoebe AND William in this fantastic comedy. You’ll laugh, cry, & sing along in the Forest of Arden. Not to mention, the theatre is air conditioned. Come cool off and warm your heart with us. July 22nd -August 1st
The Boiling Pot as part of Mind the Art Entertainment presents a FREE reading of “How to Be Cute and Break Hearts” – A relatively original play by Tommaso Matelli.
A dementedly hilarious, wild, tragic comedy/drama about broken relationships and the people who love them. Gwen plays a slightly deranged (or perhaps enlightened?) woman obsessed with Sandwiches. What’s not to love? Join us at Baruch Performing Arts Center on July 26th!
Shakespeare is in the Club!
Gwen will perform the role of Hermia in Dillon Porter’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s trippiest sexiest comedy. This is not your Nana’s Shakespeare. Check it out at the GRAND BALLROOM July 11th & 12th
Gwen is getting together again with Bare Shakespeare to raise some money, drink some beer, and rock The Scottish Play! June 20th at Fontana’s!
Gwen is appearing in two of these incredible short plays inspired by Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf with an absurd twist.
Gwen will be playing Leonora, the heroine of this somewhat controversial “Shakespearean” play. The staged reading is directed by Marcus Geduld of Folding Chair Classical Theatre, and you can come see it on April 23rd.
Something wicked this way comes… See Gwen as one of The Scottish Play’s Weird Sisters in this reading starring Seth Duerr of York Shakespeare Company and directed by Paul Nicholas in association with Folding Chair Classical Theatre. April 16th
Just for fun performance of the greatest play ever – Gwen plays the title role in Act I sc 2 & Act 4 sc 4 with Bare Shakespeare Theatre Co & Friends!
Gwen is jumping on board to direct this amazing dark comedy for its first tour to colleges in Virgina in an effort to spread awareness about eating disorders. Learn more about the play here.
Gwen is lending her backstage skills as Assistant Director and Stage Manager to Jessica Solce in this legendary play with phenomenal cast: Seth Duerr, Naomi McDougall Jones, Sarah Matthews, Amy Bohaker and Angus Hepburn