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Erin Cherry & Sheetal Sheth Join The Muse Project For Tea Time!

Erin Cherry & Sheetal Sheth Join The Muse Project For Tea Time!

Emmy Award winning actress Erin Cherry and internationally acclaimed actress Sheetal Sheth join The Muse Project for Tea Time, starting at 12:30pm on December 14th at Torn Page (435 W 22nd St, New York) - the historic home of Rip Torn and Geraldine Page.

Tea Times are a one-of-a-kind Muse pilot program. During Tea Times, veteran actresses (Ms. Cherry & Ms. Sheth) discuss their experiences building their careers. Actresses Kyra Miller and Zainab Musa will be conducting the interviews. A q&a with attendees and tea (and cookies!) and networking to follow. This event is open to all, and it is also a special opportunity for women actors to network with Ms. Cherry & Ms. Sheth, each other, and to seek insight and support.

To attend, simply reserve your spot by emailing: Space is limited. THIS EVENT IS FREE, but donations are appreciated. A tax deductible donation can be made here:

Erin Cherry's interview will commence at 12:30pm on December 14th at Torn Page. Emmy Award Winner Erin Cherry received her M.F.A. in acting from Rutgers' Mason Gross School of the Arts. She portrays Brenda on the Emmy Award winning show After Forever (Amazon Prime) and she is the producer and host of Sundays With A Cherry On Top which is a health and lifestyle show on Black Culture (You Tube). Cherry is also a private acting coach and acting teacher at the Maggie Flanigan Studio in New York City. You can find her on twitter @cherryacts and on Instagram @sundayswithacherryontop.

Sheetal Sheth's interview will commence at 2pm on December 14th at Torn Page. Sheetal Sheth is an acclaimed actress known for her provocative performances in a wide range of memorable roles in film, television, and theater. She has starred in over 20 feature films and many TV shows and has earned a loyal following. Perhaps best known to mainstream film audiences for starring opposite Albert Brooks in Warner Bros' LOOKING FOR COMEDY IN THE MUSLIM WORLD, Sheetal has become a favorite in the independent film world. She won 3 Best Actress nods in the festival circuit for THE WORLD UNSEEN, 1 for her role in WINGS OF HOPE, and most recently for GRIN. In 2012, fans voted her 'Favorite Movie Actress' in AfterEllen's Visibility Awards. Her latest feature film, HUMMINGBIRD, which she also produced, is in post production. Sheetal has represented such brands as Reebok and CHI hair care. She was also the first Indian American to be featured in Maxim. She regularly speaks on panels and forums internationally and takes an active interest in politics. She served in President Clinton's AmeriCorps and is currently on the advisory board of Equality Now and an ambassador for The Representation Project. Her first children's book, Always Anjali, won the 2019 Purple Dragonfly Book Award Grand Prize and is already in its 2nd printing.

The Muse Project (Jocelyn Kuritsky, Producing Artistic Director) seeks to disrupt the imbalance of opportunity and ownership of work for women actors through the development of challenging, actor-driven theater works and focused research into their participation in American theater. The company shifts the theater paradigm through the empowerment of women actors as creators and content generators. With The Muse Project, actresses choose the role they want to play and the story they want to tell, and then a creative team is built around the actress's vision.

Partner organizations for The Muse Project include Abingdon Theatre Company, The Flea Theater, New Georges, The New Group, The Pit, The Tank, Theaterlab, and Torn Page.

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