V-day Taconic 2015 Presents Eve Ensler’s
The Vagina Monologue’s
Directed by Jenna Worsham
Fri, May 8th @ 8pm
For ticket information, please visit http://www.cherrylanetheatre.org/onstage/the-vagina-monologues/ or call OvationTix at 866-811-4111
If you have friends/family who cannot attend, but would like to contribute, they can follow this link:
I would like to invite you to join me in rising for social change as part of V-Day’s global One Billion Rising campaign to end violence against women and girls. On May 8th, V-Day Taconic is presenting a benefit performance of Eve Ensler’s Obie Award-winning play The Vagina Monologues at Cherry Lane Theatre. Prior to this event, my cast members and I will be doing an exclusive performance for the women at Taconic Correctional Facility in Bedford Hills, NY.
I’m honored to be working with director Jenna Worsham (Broadway’s The Heidi Chronicles), and performing alongside a cast of formerly incarcerated women, actresses, and activists. We’re also thrilled that Tony Award-winning playwright Eve Ensler will be joining us for both performances.
Ending violence against women and girls is one of the foremost issues facing women and men around the world. I hope you’ll join me on May 8th for an evening of heartfelt laughter and candid storytelling in support of survivors of violence.
I look forward to seeing you on May 8th!
Currently in Audiobooks:
You can listen to Miriam A. Hyman as she narrates her first audio book “QUEEN SUGAR” by the 2015 NY Times Best seller and Oprah’s Book Club author Natalie Baszile. Oprah Winfrey has recently announced that she will produce a series based on the book on her network OWN and it will be directed by Ava DuVernay,(Selma).
Hear a Sample & What Folks are Saying……
“The voice talent, Miriam Hyman was really excellent. I could clearly tell the difference between characters, plus she enunciates beautifully.”
“In Queen Sugar ……[the novel] is a sensory experience, a tableau vivant that Baszile skillfully paints in a palette simultaneously subtle and bold. Queen Sugar is a bright and enticing reminder that, sometimes, you can go home.”
Upcoming Film projects:
In the last year, Hyman has wrapped three Indie film projects all currently in post production and slated for 2015:
The Congressman written by Robert J. Mrazek and directed by Jared Martin features Elizabeth Marvel, Ryan Merriman, Jayne Atkinson, Marshall Bell and Hyman as Abigail Grant, the no-nonsense office manager to politician Charlie Winship played by lead actor Treat Williams.
SPLiT written and directed by Deborah Kampmeier. Hyman plays Jill, an actress in a theater company rehearsing a play called Inanna’s Project. She is double cast as the drumming Sumerian goddess Ninshubur who protects Innana(lead actress Amy Ferguson) when she enters the Underworld. The film also features Moragn Spector, Anna Mouglalis, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Yolonda Ross and Joan MacIntosh. SPLiT Trailer: https://vimeo.com/71775835
MOST RECENTLY IN THEATER: Hyman closed a new musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Tempest” at La MaMa Experimental Theater adapted and directed by Karin Coonrod and music by Obie winner Elizabeth Swados. Miriam played Miranda to 2014 Emmy nominee Reg. E. Cathey (“House of Cards” “Wire”) Prospero. The international and intergenerational cast also featured Joseph Harrington (Billy Elliot) as Ariel, Slate Holmgren (Good Wife, The Amazing Spider Man2) as Caliban, and Obie award winning actress Ching Valdes-Aran (Macbeth, The Wild Party) as Gonzalo.
Here’s what reviewers had to say about this 2014 NYT Critics’ Pick:
“The enchantment begins immediately, with a storm-tossed shipwreck made of shouted voices, a haze of fog, and a speckled, celestial light cast by a giant metal orb, pocked with holes, its lit from within, swaying like the wild sea…..a beautiful production.” -The New York Times
“…….Miriam A. Hyman is a lovely Miranda,…..” – New Yorker
“Just might cure those theatergoers who have been deaf to this play’s poetry and charms….uniformly excellent acting, a visual aural feast.”- Curtain Up
Prior to Mirianda, Miriam portrayed the heroine Rosalind in Two River Theater’s As You Like It by William Shakespeare, directed by Michael Sexton. Visit www.TwoRiverTheater.org to see pics or check out my photo gallery.
Here’s what reviewers had to say: