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Kimberly-Sue Murray chats about Werewoman Web Series, CFC & More

By May 6, 2013 No Comments

 

Prior to us adventuring to the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, we sat down with actress Kimberly-Sue Murray to chat about her upcoming project, Werewoman.

Murray is a bilingual actress, originally from Gaspé Coast, who graduated in 2009 from the Professional Theatre Program at Montreal’s Dawson College.  During her stay at the college, she took part in a variety of different theatre projects, playing roles such as Juliet in Romeo & Juliet, Anya in The Cherry Orchard and Alice in Rock’N’Roll. She also received the In-Program Achievement Award from the college. After graduation, she made her professional theatre debut in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good.

Her film credits stretch far and wide. The list includes – but is not limited to – Mirror, Mirror (2012), The Colony (2013),  The Perfect Teacher (MOW – 2010) and The Good Lie (2012). Her television credits include Murdoch Mysteries, Beauty and the Beast, The Listener and Being Human.  She recently graduated from the Canadian Film Centre (Actors Conservatory), a 6-month intensive program that develops and promotes Canadian talent.

Werewoman is the brainchild and creation of Murray’s. It is a supernatural comedy web series about a young man who magically transforms into a woman for a week every month during his roommates’ synchronized menstrual cycles. This crazy adventure is a journey of self-discovery, breaking preconceptions and finding true identify. The series is currently in the early stages of production, with a Werewoman Indiegogo Campaign currently underway to raise funds to support the production.

To contribute, visit HERE

 

Adnan M.

Adnan M.

Founder of The Arts Guild (TAG); An arts lover with a variety of interests, including music, theatre, and history. Chief dude at TAG, hoping to spotlight and share amazing art and artists with the world. Keen interest in education, professional development and related topics.

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