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