Please come on over to thesoundingfilm.com to see what an amazing time we’re having on the festival circuit and follow along as the film meets amazing audiences across the country and around the world!
And are wrapping up our residency at the sophisticated Union Editorial in Soho.
Huge gratitude to everyone who has joined the journey so far!
In November, on a sound stage in Brooklyn, the cast and crew of THE SOUNDING shot the final set up of the film which Catherine directed and co-wrote with Bryan Delaney. Thanks to the entire cast and crew! More on THE SOUNDING soon, as the film enters the post-production phase….
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Frankie Faison (HBO’s The Wire) and Ty Jones will be joining Catherine in a backers’ reading of Gino DiIorio’s award-winning play Reparation directed by Jane Mandel at the Davenport Theater (354 West 45th Street between 8th and 9th avenues) on Monday, February 23rd at 7pm. There will be a reception in the lobby before and afterwards with wine and light appetizers. The play is seeking a New York City run.
Timely and increasing relevant in light of recent events in New York and beyond, about Reparation:
An investment banker who has made a career by playing the race card finds himself out of options and out of friends. His last hope is an old flame with a hot real estate venture. But he soon learns that there are secrets buried beneath the land…secrets that will force him to come to terms with past transgressions, reconsider his loyalties, and determine his own legacy.
What does it mean to be a slave to one’s own history?
Must we apologize for what we haven’t done?
Until we deal with our past, the nation can never be whole.
“Reparation” was a Yale Drama League finalist and the winner of the E. Desmond Lee Playwriting Prize from the Missouri Historical Society.
Catherine will be featured in a reading as a part of the FORUM Sounding Series at the Playwrights Theatre in Madison, New Jersey on January 23rd at 7pm.
The play Above the Water is written by playwright Bob Clyman, who wrote the award winning play The Exceptionals which premiered at Merrimack Theatre in Lowell, MA with Catherine in the role of Allie, as pictured here.
Above the Water: Paul decides to bring his much younger girlfriend, Rachel, with him on vacation with his longtime friends, Max and Maggie. After realizing that Rachel could possibly be the best thing to happen to him since his wife, Carol, died two years before, they all come to learn things about each other that they never expected.
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voyage theater company is proud to present a staged reading of “intermission” by daniel libman, directed by vtc artistic director wayne maugans, the cast includes catherine eaton, stephen girasuolo, katie proulx, and courtney stallings with stage directions read by vtc artistic associate mary round. voyage theater company is known for presenting new and unheralded plays and playwrights from around the world.
sun nov 11 2012
roy arias studios & theaters
300 w 43rd st at 8th ave
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“long shot louie”, being filmed in october 2012, on location in new york city, is a gritty, urban, full-length independent film, featuring catherine eaton as louie’s young mother and ally in a shocking secret that will either save or condemn them all. “long shot louie” was written, directed, and features john bianco, best known for playing the role of gerry torciano on “the sopranos”.
the nyc premiere of the film “twin primes”, in which catherine plays the role of victoria page, head of special homicide, will take place on october 19, 2012. below is a group shot of the cast and crew and the trailer for the film. further details of the premiere to be announced as the date approaches, so stay tuned.
monday, sept 10th at 8pm: staged reading at signature theatre (480 west 42nd street) of “little children dream of god,” a new play by jeff augustin, directed by david e. bruin of snapdragon theatre. risking it all to ensure a better life for her unborn son, sula travels from haiti to america. a kaleidoscopic story woven with mythic dreams, “little children dream of god” is the story of a community and its inhabitants on the verge of change and a reconciliation with histories, both cultural and personal. catherine will be reading the role of sula.
catherine just returned from a weeklong development workshop at luna stage of a new play by ben clawson called “the highwater mark,” directed by cheryl katz. catherine played lily. clawson’s description of lily: “lily bursts into the apartment, pulling janet into a tight, needful (not that kind of needful) embrace. lily carries a designer purse that is way bigger than a purse need be. she wears a long, fashionable coat and is dressed as if she is twenty years younger than she is, going out to a bar that isn’t nearly as classy as she thinks.”