Actor, Producer. Theatre, Film, Television. These words, when used in reference to Lorraine Rodriguez-Reyes, describe creative pathways on which a consummate artist can relentlessly pursue her passion.
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Lorraine received her MFA from Harvard’s American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.)/Moscow Art Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training. Illuminating an acting career that has led her to the stages of Cherry Lane Theatre Verse Chorus Verse, Mint Theatre On The Edge, Repertorio Español La Gringa, Theatre Row A Bicycle Country, Dog Day Afternoon, Columbia Stages Three Sisters, LaTea Theatre GlassChord, The Importance of Being Blanca, Moscow Art Theatre Dostoevsky Demons and Melancholy, a show she did at the beginning of her career at Harvard, directed by Scott Zigler; and the role of La Extraña in De Dónde at The Looking Glass Theatre which earned her an OOBER Award. Lorraine’s one woman show Mami Confessions was the winner of the ONE Festival in NYC and had two runs Teatro Circulo and at the Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca NY. Lorraine also co-wrote Cuatro Mujeres which premiered at the prestigious FILEY 2017 Festival Feria Internacional de la Literatura Mérida, Yucatán México. Cuatro Mujeres had its stateside premiere at the Aurora Theatre. Lorraine’s on-camera work is nearly as prolific as her stage work. Some highlights include, in television, Lorraine was cast on the CW Legacies, NBC Good Girls, Tyler Perry's The Have's and Have Nots, HBO mega-hit series, The Sopranos, as Nurse Ramirez, and over at ABC she was cast in a recurring Guest Star role on “What Would You Do?” In film, Lorraine again joined team HBO as part of the HBO International Latino Film Festival as Carmen in Taught To Hate. The Lifetime movie, Room for Murder and The Stick Up Kids. Another of her many film projects, Willets Point, an independent film by TJ Collins, made its World Premiere at the Quad Cinema in New York City. Willets Point, nominated for Best Dramatic Actress at The Long Island International Film Expo.
Lorraine’s credits as Producer are no less impressive. At the Atlantic she produced the reading of The Genius by Daniel Mitura and a reading of Kathleen McGhee-Anderson's new play A Shift in Gravity, directed by Ricardo Khan at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theater - The Pershing Square Signature Center in Manhattan. Featuring Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner S. Epatha Merkerson ("Law & Order"), and Screen Actors Guild Award winner Peri Gilpin("Frasier"). She also produced a Benefit reading of Gloria, screenplay adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Beautiful and Damned at The Mainstage Theater at Playwrights Horizons. At Cherry Lane she produced the Stripped Festival in association with Barefoot Theatre Company and East 3rd Productions; at Theatre Row, the Israel Horovitz Festival Reading and A Bicycle Country by Pulitzer Prize Winner, Nilo Cruz; and at the Gene Frankel, Weird Sisters. Also with East 3rd Productions: Strange Snow by Steven Metcalf, Mary Esther conceived by Christopher Petit and written by Nick Zagone. Film Producer credits: Award Winning short films Tapeworm and Capicu. Lorraine also produced Eli Moran, an independent film shot in NYC.
Lorraine Rodríguez-Reyes, recibió su Maestría (MFA) Harvard’s American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.)/Moscow Art Theatre Institute For AdvancedTheatre Training iluminando su carera como actriz en teatros de NYC como; Cherry Lane Theatre Verse Chorus Verse, Mint Theatre On The Edge, Repertorio Español La Gringa, Theatre Row A Bicycle Country, Dog Day Afternoon, Columbia Stages Three Sisters, La Tea Theatre Glass Chord, The Importance of Being Blanca, Moscow Art Theatre Dostoevsky Demons y Melancholy, una obra que ella hizo al principio de su carera en Harvard, dirigido por Scott Zigler; y el personaje de La Extraña en De Dónde en The Looking Glass Theatre cual gano un premio de OOBER. Algunas de su créditos de Televisión incluye: CW Legacies, NBC Good Girls Tyler Perry's The Have's and Have Nots, HBO The Sopranos, Lorraine, es estrella recurrente invitada en ABC " What Would You Do?", Diversity Inclusion Playbook para ESPN y Cookin' in Brooklyn para Discovery Channel. Películas: Lifetime movie: Room for Murder, Eli Moran, Taught to Hate, The Stick Up Kids, Willets Point, (en cual fue nominada por Mejor Actriz de Drama en El Long Island International Film Expo.)
Créditos de Productora: Lorraine produjo una lectura en el Atlantic Theatre de The Genius por Daniel Mitura y la lectura de la nueva obra A Shift in Gravity por Kathleen McGhee-Anderson, dirigido por Ricardo Khan en The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theater - The Pershing Square Signature Center en Manhattan, NYC. La Lectura de un guion para pelicula Gloria, un adaptación para cine del famoso autor F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Beautiful and Damned en el Theater at Playwrights Horizons. En el teatro de Cherry Lane ella produjo el Stripped Festival en asociación con Barefoot Theatre Company y East 3rd Productions; en Theatre Row, el festival de la lectura de Israel Horovitz y A Bicycle Country por el ganador del Premio Pulitzer Nilo Cruz; y en el Gene Frankel, Weird Sisters. Tambien con East 3rd Productions: Strange Snow por Steven Metcalf, Mary Esther concebido por Christopher Petitand escrito por Nick Zagone. Créditos de Producción en Cine: Los Cortos premiados Tapeworm y Capicu. Lorraine produjo Eli Moran, un película independiente grabado en NYC.