Thursday, December 17, 2015

Lunch With Kathryn Erbe of Law & Order: Criminal Intent in NYC

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Sunday, December 6, 2015

Charitybuzz: Lunch With Kathryn Erbe of Law & Order: Criminal Intent in NYC




Enjoy lunch with Detective Alexandra Eames in New York City!

Kathryn Erbe is best known for playing Detective Alexandra Eames in Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Erbe’s television credits include playing the infamous death row inmate Shirley Bellinger on the acclaimed HBO series “Oz.”  She also appeared on NBC’s “Homicide: Life on the Street,” the miniseries “George Wallace,” Showtime’s original production of “Naked City: Justice with a Bullet,” NBC’s “Another World” and the television movie “Breathing Lessons.”
Erbe also gained notice in the 1999 box office hit “Stir of Echoes” opposite Kevin Bacon and “Dream with the Fishes” with David Arquette.  Her additional film credits include “Entropy,” “Kiss of Death,” “D2: The Mighty Ducks,” “Rich in Love”,  “What About Bob?”, and “Speaking of Sex” with Lara Flynn Boyle and Bill Murray. Erbe also filmed “Three Backyards,” starring opposite Embeth Davidtz and Edie Falco, “Mother’s House”, “Worst Friend’s”, and “The Love Guide” with Parker Posey.
Before appearing in feature films, Erbe began her career on the stage.  She is a member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company and has starred in many of their productions, including Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” as Stella, “Curse of the Starving Class” and “My Thing of Love.”  She earned a Tony® Award nomination in 1991 for her portrayal of Mary in “Speed of Darkness.” Erbe is also an active member of the Atlantic Theatre Company. For the last year, Erbe has recently focused her attention to the theater appearing in Craig Lucas’ play ‘Ode to Joy,  as Pat Nixon in The Vineyard’s ‘Checkers’, Natasha in Lincoln Center’s ‘Nikolai and The Others’ as well as Sue in ACT’s ‘Natural Affection’.

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Saturday, December 5, 2015

Criminal Intent meets Paris enquêtes criminelles

A friend of at twitter sent this amazing photo.

Kathryn Erbe, Vincent D'Onofrio and their French counterpart Sandrine Rigaux, Vincent Perez

I didn't know that they ever met. This is so cool.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Yes, another new photo of Kathryn.

Craig Washington’s tweeted/instagram:

craigwash
For all my Law & Order:Criminal Intent fans, the wonderful talented #KathrynErbe. Raise your hand if you remember her from “D2: The Mighty Ducks” though 🙌 #nyc #theaterofwar #scholastic #aspeninstitute #actress #tv #nbc #LawandOrder #movies #ilovenyc #livingmybestlife

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

A New Project?

I found this tweet/Instagram entry today.


Looks like Kathryn joined a new project. Can’t wait to find more about it.

source ig/twitter: heispoppin/White Flag Supporter
#KathrynErbe can’t wait to be on the big screen with you! Magestic creation of God. Such an inspiring woman. #udonthaveig

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Kathryn Erbe at Blue Bloods

I just saw a few tweets saying Kathryn was in last nights Blue Bloods: “Unsung Heroes”


I guess I have to find a stream of the episode to get a few caps.

Nov 13, 2015 Craig Byrne

"Unsung Heroes" -- When Danny and his family are threatened by Thomas Wilder (Louis Cancelmi), a serial killer Danny has been unable to apprehend, Linda's concern intensifies over her husband's job as well as the state of their marriage. Also, Jamie challenges his superior officer, Sgt. William Mulvey (A.J. Buckley), during a hostage situation, on BLUE BLOODS, Friday, Nov. 13 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured: Donnie Wahlberg as Danny Reagan, Marisa Ramirez as Det. Maria Baez. Photo: CBS ©2015 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Blue Bloods stars Tom Selleck (Frank Reagan), Donnie Wahlberg (Danny Reagan), Bridget Moynahan (Erin Reagan), Will Estes (Jamie Reagan), Len Cariou (Henry Reagan), Marisa Ramirez (Det. Maria Baez), Amy Carlson (Linda Reagan), Sami Gayle (Nicky Reagan-Boyle), and Vanessa Ray (Officer Eddie Janko). Recurring guests in the episode include Tony Terraciano (Jack Reagan), Andrew Terraciano (Sean Reagan), Abigail Hawk (Abigail Baker), Gregory Jbara (DCPI Garrett Moore), and Robert Clohessy (Lt. Gormley).

The rest of the guest stars in “Unsung Heroes” include A.J. Buckley (Sgt. William Mulvey), Louis Cancelmi (Thomas Wilder), Candy Buckley (Shelly Wilder), Miriam A. Hyman (ME Emile Cooper), Kathryn Erbe (Sharon Bennett), Akim Black (Corey Fields), Gracie Beardsley (Young Girl), Juan Carlos Infante (Jose Gomez), Taylor Rose (Danielle Levine), Jillmarie Lawrence (Janice Peterson), Dalton Harrod (Mark), Kalyn West (Rachel), Patrick Dillon Curry (Student #1), Amanda Gardner (Student #2), Michael Drumgold (Student #3), Elijah Booth (Student #4), and Dina Drew (Woman, Young Girl’s Mother).

Blue Bloods “Unsung Heroes” was written by Siobhan Byrne O’Connor and directed by Alex Chapple.
 

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Kathryn and Cynthia

posted on instagram by ashlienyc

I couldn't find which event this is so far but I love the photo.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Animal League America web page


The Animal League America web page has a wonderful new header with Kathryn Erbe. They also tweeted with this cute photo. If you are looking for a new pet also remember the option to adopt your new furry family member.

You loved watching Kathryn Erbe lock up NYC's worst criminals in Law and Order. Now she's helping save animal lives!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Kathryn and her younger sister at 'He Named Me Malala'


Kathryn Erbe attended the "He Named Me Malala" New York premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on September 24, 2015 in New York City. Jill Hennessy was there as well.





Look for more pictures at the sources:
  • GettyImages - Brian Craig, Jim Spellman, Dimitrios Kambouris, Taylor Hill
  • CorbisImages - LAN, BxPix
  • REX - Stephen Lovekin, Startraks Photo, Kristin Callahan

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Kensho World Premiere






For more photos enter the facebook of Kenshow Film.

For everyone who will join the LA premiere on Sunday Brad let you keep in mind:

If you're on the West Coast, our LA premiere is this coming Sunday at LA LIVE.

TICKETS ARE LIMITED AND ARE HERE: kenshofilm.com

Kensho LA Premiere
Sun, Sept 20th 6pm
Regal Cinemas LA Live: 1000 West Olympic Blvd, LA 90015

**Please note: The Emmys are at LA Live that night, as well, so traffic will be heavier than usual. Please arrive early for parking which is in Lot 4 on Georgia Street - north of Olympic or the West Garage on Georgia Street - south of Olympic).

So looking forward to seeing our LA cast, crew, friends and supporters on Sunday! 

Warmest,
Brad 


Thursday, September 10, 2015

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Mistress America

Lately I saw these mysterious tweets:


So I started a little search. Kathryn really is not listed at the imdb page of Mistress America. But different reviews mentioned her name. She plays Tracy's Mom:

The movie premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2015.

On January 9, 2015, Fox Searchlight Pictures acquired worldwide distribution rights for the film

MISTRESS AMERICA was released in select theaters on Friday, August 14. But when will Noah Baumbach's hilarious new comedy be coming to your town? Check out our new Theaters Page on our official site to find out! View the trailer below to get excited.



Monday, August 31, 2015

Kensho at the Bedfellow WORLD PREMIERE!


Kensho at the Bedfellow will have its World Premiere in New York City at the Harlem International Film Festival, Sept 13th. A week later, we'll premiere in Los Angeles at The Awareness Film Festival, Sept 20th.

TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR BOTH PREMIERES AT kenshofilm.com

In its 10th year, Harlem is programming some great films and events for its milestone year.

Awareness Fest (this year at LA Live, downtown) is run by the non-profit charity Heal One World and champions social-impact cinema intended to inspire audiences and help catalyze positive change in the world.

Purchase tickets now as seating is limited and stay updated with news and cool content on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

For the investors and IndieGoGo supporters awarded tickets to the premieres on both coasts, please expect an email from Brad Raider's assistant, Anna Atwater, who will help coordinate. 

I was so excited as I got this email from Brad Raider today. It's so cool that Kensho will be at the Harlem International Film Festival. I joined the festival during my first visit of New York City to watch Kathryn's The Vanishing City.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

NY1 Online: Criminal Justice Advocates Discuss Clemency in New York State

Kathryn joined a discussion round about Clemency in New York State hold by Inside City Hall, Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 12:10 AM EDT

Watch here at ny1.com

NY1 VIDEO: Errol Louis discussed clemency in New York state, and Governor Cuomo’s role in giving pardons, with Sheila Rule of the Think Outside the Cell Foundation; Allen Roskoff from the Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club; actor and activist Kathryn Erbe and Evie Litwok from the Equality Justice Project.


video

Kathryn supports Prisoner Clemency Projects for over 10 years. Here you can see photos of a "Candles for Clemency" event outside of Gov. Cuomo's home at September 6th, 2014.







Read more about the topic here:
Protestors Call on Cuomo to Reconsider Clemency at Candlelight Vigil VID Was Well Represented at the Clemency Vigil On Primary Eve, Cuomo Pressed at Home on Prisoner Clemency

Monday, July 27, 2015

Barefoot Theatre Company Celebrates 2015 Vassallo Awards with Spring Gala

and Kathryn celebrated with them.



BAREFOOT THEATRE COMPANY
proudly presents the 2nd annual VASSALLO AWARDS
hosted by VH1's Ellie Lee

Monday, June 22nd, 2015 / New York City
AMERICAN BALLROOM THEATER
25 West 31st Street, 4th Floor

RED-CARPET CELEBRATION
VIP COCKTAIL HOUR - 7:15pm / CURTAIN - 8pm
Running Time (presentation & awards ceremony) - 75mins
$25 in advance / $35 at the door

LIVE PERFORMANCES, MUSIC, DRINKS, BALLROOM DANCING & MORE!

featuring the short play WAITING FOR WAITING FOR GODOTby Mike Reiss (Emmy Winner, The Simpsons); directed by Francisco Solorzano

starring Jerry Adler, Allison Anderegg, Jeremy Brena, Charles Everett, Daniel K. Isaac, Kenneth King, Margaret Ladd, Michael Pantozzi, Maia Sage and Jennie West

With Special Guest Speakers from Film, Television and Broadway!

VASSALLO AWARDS
This year we're thrilled to honor Anna Chlumsky (Outstanding Achievement In The Arts), Kamilah Forbes for her work with Hi-ARTS (Educational Outreach Program), Daniel Talbott (Mentorship Award) and 2015 Pulitzer Prize winner for Best Drama, Stephen Adly Guirgis (Outstanding Achievement In Playwriting).

Edie Nugent, Press Officer
Francisco Solorzano, Producer


by BWW News Desk at BroadwayWorld
 
Barefoot Theatre Company celebrated the 2015 Vassallo Awards with a Spring Gala at the American Ballroom Theater in Manhattan. The ceremony, hosted by VH1's Ellie Lee, honored artistic achievement as well as mentorship and educational outreach to the younger generation of artists in memory of Ed Vassallo. Vassallo's career spanned 20 years and included work producing for the LAByrinth Theatre Company and volunteering with the 52nd Street Project.
Actress Anna Chlumsky (VEEP) was unable to attend due to family obligations, but sent a video message accepting the 2015 Vassallo Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts. She thanked Barefoot Theatre Company for "taking a chance" on her when she relaunched her acting career in 2005.
Actress Liza Colón-Zayas presented Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis (Riverside and Crazy) with the 2015 Vassallo Award for Outstanding Achievement in Playwriting. Guirgis spoke of how Vassallo inspired him and other artists to get out there and create art, rather than just talking about it.
Playwright Lucy Thurber presented Daniel Talbott of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater with the 2015 Vassallo Award for mentorship. Talbott said: "when I think of mentorship, I think of family."
Barefoot also saluted Kamilah Forbes of Hi-Arts with the Educational Outreach Program Award which her colleague Tiffany Vega was on hand to accept.
The Gala also included a performance of "Waiting for Waiting For Godot" by Mike Reiss, Emmy and Peabody award-winning writer for The Simpsons. Directed by Barefoot Theatre Company founder and Artistic Director Francisco Solorzano, the short play stars Jerry Adler (Larry David's Fish in the Dark), and Margaret Ladd (Falcon Crest) along with Barefoot Theatre company members Maia Sage, Jennie West, Daniel K. Isaac, Jeremy Brena, and Kenneth King.
Barefoot founded the awards after Vassallo lost a two-year battle with cancer in 2014. The company was inspired to recognize Vassallo's dedication to the arts, which included work producing the TENN99 and NYNY festivals for the LAByrinth Theatre Company as well as feature films which saw release at the Tribeca Film Festival and IFC/Sundance Selects. Vassallo's passion extended to work as a mentor with the 52nd Street Project, which pairs New York City children and teens from with professional theatre artists. For this reason, the awards acknowledge not only artistic achievements but also educational outreach and mentorship that engages the next generation of artists.

The Vassallo Awards were sponsored by Sixpoint Brewery, American Ballroom Theater & Barefoot Studio Pictures.





Photos found at the Facebook of the Barefoot Theatre Company.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

AFGHANISTAN, ZIMBABWE, AMERICA, KUWAIT to Host Panel tonight


Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and piece by piece productions have announced that the The Reverend Micah Bucey will moderate a post-show panel discussion following the performance of the world premiere play Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait, written and directed by Daniel Talbott, on Tuesday, June 16, at The Gym at Judson, 243 Thompson Street. The panelists will include Greg Grandin, Morgan Jenness, and Michael Ratner.

The panel will consider how we as Americans distance ourselves from war while we are simultaneously involved in ongoing wars, and the ways in which the media and social media shape our access, consciousness, disassociation, and accountability. The panelists bring a range of unique perspectives - legal, historical, journalistic, and artistic - to the question of American imperialism and engagement in foreign affairs.

Saturday, June 13, 2015

4 reviews to ‘Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait’

The distinguished actress Kathryn Erbe with her tremendous dignity and her commanding presence is very moving as one of the soldier’s mothers.  As the recurring Serbian Woman, Jelena Stupljanin very effectively brings depth and focus to this role that is a cypher.
Read them all here:
  • Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait posted by Darryl Reilly at Theater Scene
  • ‘Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait’ review: Doomed soldiers in the not-so-distant future posted by Joe Dziemianowicz at NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
  • Hallucinations abound in heavy-handed ‘Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli at NY Post
  • Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait - Soldiers and sand dominate Daniel Talbott's dystopian drama. by Zachary Stewart at Theater Mania

Friday, June 12, 2015

Opening Night of Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait

Oh yeah, with so many great photos of the red carpet and from the stage. 

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and piece by piece productions presents Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait, written and directed by Daniel Talbott, at The Gym at Judson, 243 Thompson Street. The production is scheduled to run through Saturday, June 27.
Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait takes place in the not-so-distant future; two American soldiers wait at a worn-down outpost in the desert. Hot and bright. Hallucinatory hot. The world has been ravaged by war, its natural resources stripped, and it is no longer clear if there is an enemy left to fight or anything left to fight for. They wait. For orders, provisions, a sign of life. For rescue. Even for death.
The cast of Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait is Kathryn Erbe ("Law & Order: Criminal Intent," Ode to Joy),Brian Miskell (The Undeniable Sound of Right Now, Hill Town Plays), Seth Numrich ("Turn," Golden Boy, War Horse, Slipping), Chris Stack (Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra, Hill Town Plays, "One Life to Live"), Jimi Stanton, andJelena Stupljanin (Circus Columbia).




picture source:
BroadwayWorld - Walter McBride

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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait: Theater review by Jenna Scherer


The militants in Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait don't see combat, or even a single enemy; instead, they're trapped alone in a wasteland, with all their demons in attendance. It's Waiting for Godot by way of Heart of Darkness as two American soldiers sweat it out at a remote desert outpost while the rest of the globe is in the grips of a catastrophic world war. Smith (Numrich, charismatic and terrifying) is all manic energy and sudden rages, while Leadem (Miskell) is tense and withdrawn, visited by visions of a ravaged woman (the haunting Jelena Stupljanin).

You can feel the heat and the panic in Daniel Talbott's hallucinatory production, which has the rhythm and texture of a nightmare. Talbott breaks his story into vignettes to evoke time passing and water supply dwindling, punctuated by John Zalewski's electric-misfire sound design. Like the grains of sand on the floor of the stage that audience members must walk through to get to their seats, this one will stick with you for a while.—Jenna Scherer

Gym at Judson (Off Broadway). Written and directed by Daniel Talbott. With Seth Numrich, Brian Miskell. Running time: 1hr 30mins. No intermission.

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Beautiful new Interview

BoradwayWorld.com published a wonderful and long interview with Kathryn this week. Enjoy!
 
 Kathryn and Seth Numrich in Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait

BWW Interviews: Kathryn Erbe, Star of Stage & Screen