DazMann Still in "The Royale"
Rafael Silva changing the world on Madam Secretary
DazMann will be performing this spring in what is sure to be an incredible co-production of “The Royale” at both Rochester’s Geva Theater and Ithaca’s The Kitchen. A powerful and poetic play of history, politics, race, and boxing, directed by the fantastic Pirronne Yousefzadeh. Go for the KO champ!
Jerry Yang on The Disney Channel
I can’t tell you more than what he is willing to reveal on his instagram page, but tune in to see Rafael get into politics the old fashioned way (…bloodily) on Madam Secretary!
Trevor Braun in Broadway's "The Ferryman"
Jerry Yang, who is absolutely crushing the game in his native Vancouver, booked a gig on Disney’s Gabby Duran and the Unsittables! Jerry!!!!
Madeline Grey DeFreece all over TV
Catch Trevor Braun in The Ferryman, now officially open to rave reviews on Broadway - directed by Sam Mendes! Right on, Trevor!!
Sarah Wisser on Netflix
You can see Madeline Grey DeFreece on season 2 of BOTH The Last O.G. and Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It, airing this fall. So basically if you want to make sure your show gets a third season, do what the heavy hitters do. Call Maddy.
Adrienne Rose Bengtsson on Hulu
Congratulations to Sarah Wisser who will be appearing in the new Netflix original film Lost Girls starring Amy Ryan! She also just finished shooting a lead role in an indy feature film by director Joe Lazenby. Go Sarah!
Alice Hamid on Law & Order: SVU
A huge congrats to Adrienne Rose Bengtsson, who not only booked her first television gig - "Ramy", on Hulu - but also made her music video directing debut for a killer new track from her own band! Jeez Louise that's a lot of talent.
Nicholas Delgado in BROTHER'S KEEPER
You always hear about the myth of an actor booking the job on her first ever professional audition - well here is the real thing! Congratulations to Alice Hamid for making a fast splash on prime time.
Huge congrats to Nicholas who plays a major supporting role in the feature film BROTHER’S KEEPER starring Laurence Fishburne. Well done, Nick, you took the blue pill. Or red pill? Whatever. It’s pretty awesome man.