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March 2021 - Be My Baby

Be My Baby,  a play written by Amanda Whittington and directed by

Nicola Murphy. 

The year is 1964 and Mary Adams is brought to St.Saviours Mother and Baby Home for the duration of her pregnancy. There, she and the other young women bond over a love of 60's girl groups, ad they come to terms with their advancing pregnancies. 

Paulina will be playing: Mary Adams. 

The cast integrated masks, and distancing into the retelling of this story. All rehearsals and shoots were strictly Covid compliant and the show was performed live without an audience and captured on film for an exciting and safe at-home viewing experience.

 

Be My Baby  airs March 27 at 7pm EST and March 28 at 1pm EST.

 

To RSVP, click here. (scroll down until you see the poster!)

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December 2020 - Julius Caesar 

For the first series of the 2020-2021 New York Company, Paulina is excited to be part of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, directed by Sheila Bandyopadhyay.

Paulina will be playing: Calpurnia, Octavius Caesar and Antony's Servant. 

The cast integrated masks, and distancing into the retelling of this powerful political story. All rehearsals and shoots were strictly Covid compliant and the show was performed live without an audience and captured on film for an exciting and safe at-home viewing experience. Julius Caesar will be broadcast on December 17 at 7pm EST/4pm PST.

 

To RSVP, click here. (scroll down until you see the poster!)

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June 2021 - The Broken Machine

As part of the third & final series of productions, the New York Company brings you The Broken Machine by Liz Duffy Adams and directed by Shelley Butler. When time is running out and the Earth is in peril, how do we want to live our last moments? This engaging tale, filled with heightened language, music and generous humor, explores how we establish connections and examines what we value most.

 

Paulina is excited to take on the role of the Psychopomp, a a fun character and very different to anything she's done before.


The Broken Machine airs on June 4 at 3pm Eastern and June 6 at 3pm Eastern. All productions were shot live without an audience and follow stringent COVID-19 safety practices.

 

To RSVP, click here. (scroll down until you see the poster!)