Rebecca’s Friends & Family Page

 

sigimg1.Hi! Thanks for visiting Bridge Rep’s website, and this private page we’ve set up for my friends and family. After taking a look, please consider making a tax-deductible donation so we can bring our exciting second season to life. You are reading this because I feel you’ve contributed to my growth as a person and an artist — thank you so much. I hope I am making you proud!

Thanks, Rebecca

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Bridge Rep first caught my eye back in March 2013 when the company produced its first show — The Lover, by Harold Pinter. Click any of the production photos below to zoom in and check it out.

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After The Lover, I approached Bridge Rep’s Producing Artistic Director, and she invited me to become an Artistic Associate! We then embarked on producing a full season – four shows in all from Sep 2013 – June 2014.

I served as Director on not Jenny and Production Manager on Hello Again. Here are some images from those shows!

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So far, we have been really well received. We even got some prestigious nominations from the Elliot Norton Awards Committee and the Independent Reviewers of New England!

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Best Production of a Play // The Libertine

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Independent Reviewers of New England Nominations
Best Production of a Play // The Lover
Best Director // The Lover and The Libertine
Best Actor // The Libertine
Best Actress // The Lover
Best Scenic Design // The Lover
Best Costume Design // The Libertine
Best Sound Design // The Lover

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In the upcoming season, I’ll be Directing a one-woman show called FUFU & OREOS, created and performed by a local Boston artist named Obehi Janice. She was recently named Best Actress in the Improper Bostonian’s Best of Boston 2014. I am really proud and really excited to be at the helm of this show’s first full production. 

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I am incredibly proud of the work that Bridge Rep has accomplished in just one year. Even more than making theatre, we have built an amazing community of patrons and artists that I truly believes serves the city of Boston.

Will you help me continue to create joy, culture and community by making a tax-deductible gift to Bridge Rep? To give you an idea — our shows cost between $15,000 – $30,000 to produce, so a gift of any amount that is meaningful to you will also be meaningful to me and to the company!

Here are some ideas to get you started:

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