Videos

Storytime Time

Check out my performance at Storytime Time with Ethan Ullman at the Mopco Improv Theatre in Schenectady, NY on 11/8/2019! “Fuck you, terrorists!”


(F)Empowered: A Documentary

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(F)Empowered explores what it means to be a woman in today’s society. Lindsy tries out three physical endeavors- dance, self-defense and kickboxing- to discover how women’s bodies are a tool for self-empowerment. I worked on the script and the story for this documentary, and I also appear in the kickboxing segment. Produced by myself, Dustin Connors, Jonathan Peters, and Lindsy Bystroff.


‘Nip, naturally

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Check out ‘Nip, naturally, a short documentary I made for
my Historical Documentary Filmmaking class this semester (Spring 2018)!
“Four kitties discuss the origins of their favorite herb – catnip!”


Contest Audition: “Take Me or Leave Me (from RENT)”

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My audition for Fly 92.3’s Car Karaoke Contest. Role: Maureen. October 2017.


Good Time: A Play in One Very Short Act (2017)

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Two lonely people connect over some bathroom graffiti. “For a good time, call…” Role: Playwright. Featuring Tony Pallone and Colleen Lovett. April 30th, 2017 in the James Meader Little Theater on the Russell Sage campus- Troy, NY. Video by Nathan Fullerton.

DR Productions’ Power Rangers: Grid Defense Fan Film (2016)

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“When evil forces rise up to once again threaten the near-future metropolis of Omega City, the all-powerful Enetron Corporation recruits three teens with unique abilities and tragic pasts to become a brand new team of heroes… the Power Rangers Grid Defense!” Role: Dr. Angie Harris. Directed by Jacob Brode.

Adele in Berlin in the Strawberry One-Act Festival, NYC
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1946. After several harrowing months in a Russian gulag, Adele has returned to Berlin to attempt a normal life in the ruined city. But a crimson shadow from the prison barracks follows behind. Role: Playwright. Featuring Parker Madison, Tana Sirois, Eileen Elliot, Gonzalo Vargas, David Bowen, Joshua Popa, and April Leonhard-DeQuinzio.
Directed by Cameron McIntosh.

Trailer #2 for Compass Pictures’ The Way Forward (2015)

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A psychologist invites seven strangers to his dining room and challenges them to forgive their fathers. Role: Susan. Directed by Roman Jaquez.

Trailer #1 for Compass Pictures’ The Way Forward (2015)

A psychologist invites seven strangers to his dining room and challenges them to forgive their fathers. Role: Susan. Directed by Roman Jaquez.

Morbid Curiosities: Test Case (2015)

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From the Psycho Jellyfish Channel: “When Jake Young learns he has cancer he agrees to undergo an experimental procedure to save himself. His wife, Maria, supports him through his treatment, but after he’s cured she finds that, day by day, he’s become increasingly different from the man she married. Jake may have been drawn into something larger and stranger than anything she could have imagined, and if she doesn’t act soon the thing that’s changing her husband could consume her whole family.” I play Maria’s concerned friend, Cassie. Directed by David Halstead. Produced by Lucas Wilson.

Clip from staged reading of April to April, now titled Tinted Red (2011)

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German Army nurses Adele and Olga are captured by the Red Army and placed in a Russian prison camp in 1945. There, they encounter Hilde, camp guard Petr, and camp officers Yuri and Nikolai. Nikolai takes notice of Adele and calls her nightly to his room, where she endures his abuse and dreams of her friend Hans, a soldier in the German Army. Role: Playwright. Featuring Jenna-Kate Karn, Brittney Pierri, Brendan Quinn, Max Singer, Eric Glauber, Ally Farzetta, and Michael Rinere. Directed by Adam Harrison. Settings read by Sara Lyons. Sound by Christine Vuolo.

Anacoana Motion Pictures’ Dog Tags (2008)

“”Dog Tags” follows a young street boy named Jamal on his quest for salvation through the “drug, sex, and rock n’ roll” culture of New York City.” Role: Sue. Clip from 11:00-12:30. Directed by Nathaniel Smith.