Dale Soules Set for International Filmmaker Project's Screening of AWOL

Dale Soules Set for International Filmmaker Project's Screening of AWOL

Dale Soules Set for International Filmmaker Project's Screening of AWOLOn Thursday, May 25, Dale Soules will participate in a Q & A panel for the International Filmmaker Project's screening of AWOL at the Made In NY Media Center by IFP, 30 John Street, Brooklyn, NY at 7:00 PM.

In AWOL, directed by Deb Shoval and starring Lola Kirke and Breeda Wool, Soules has the featured role of Lola Kirke's mother, Ruthie a hard-working, loving, single mom coming to terms with her daughter's sexuality while helping her find her way in the world. It's a story of star-crossed female lovers whose obstacles have less to do with societal norms than with the economic realities of rural Pennsylvania coal country. The independent film premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.

In addition to Soules, the panel discussion "Telling Queer Stories" also includes AWOL producer LA Teodosio (Love is Strange, The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson), AWOL director Deb Shoval, director Silas Howard (Transparent, A Kid LIke Jake, By Hook or By Crook), and film critic Sarah Fonseca (Buzzfeed, Nylon, Playboy).

For more information on the IFP screenings and to purchase tickets, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/ifp-screen-forward-presents-awol-tickets-34260974497

Check out the trailer for AWOL below!


Three-time SAG Award ensemble winner (for the hit Netflix series ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK), Dale Soules recently completed shooting the film Aardvark with Zachary Quinto which had its premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. She plays the role of inmate Frieda Berlin on ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK which begins streaming Season 5 on June 9. She recently originated the roles of Jane & Judy in The Mother of Invention by James Lecesne, and reprised her three roles, including Papa, in the all-female production of I Remember Mama at Two River Theater. In 2015, she co-starred with Patti LuPone and Michael Urie in Shows for Days at Lincoln Center Theater and reunited with Doug Wright for their third collaboration on Posterity at the Atlantic Theater Company. This also reunited her with Neil Pepe, who directed her in the Broadway (and LaJolla Playhouse) productions of Hands On A Hardbody. She has also appeared in ATC's productions of The Water Engine, The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite (directed by William H. Macy), and Blithe Spirit. Ms. Soules was featured in the Broadway productions of Grey Gardens (Broadway and regional, Theatre Works - OCC Nomination), The Crucible (with Liam Neeson), The Magic Show (introducing the Stephen Schwartz songs 'Lion Tamer' & 'West End Avenue'), Whose Life Is It Anyway? and the original HAIR (Broadway debut). Her additional credits include Marsha Norman's Getting Out, New Jerusalem, Lotta, The Unknown (Public Theatre), Maid, Gather At The River, (Lincoln Center Theater), Pericles (Red BULL Theatre), Killing The Boss, Dog And Wolf (Cherry Lane & 59 E. 59th respectively), and I Remember Mama (Transport Group Theatre Company - New York Times top 10 shows of 2014). Regional: Candide (Guthrie), Wintertime, Landscape of the Body (Doug Hughes-Dir.), Caucasian Chalk Circle (Dan Sullivan-Dir.) and her one person show Chameleons (all Seattle Rep.), Paris Commune (La Jolla Playhouse), All's Well That Ends Well (Yale Rep.), Gum, Macbeth (Center Stage), Doubt (Gulf Shore Playhouse). Television: "Unforgettable" (CBS), American Playhouse's "Until She Talks," "The Grapes of Wrath," "Sesame Street," Maurice Sendak's "Really Rosie," "Law & Order." Film: The Messenger, Diggers, Motherhood. Awards: The New Dramatists Charles Boden Award (Dedication to New Work and Extraordinary Contribution to the Theatre.)

Pictured: Dale Soules as Ruthie (right) and Lola Kirke as Joey in AWOL