This short film will screen with other short films in Block 11 | ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT
Sunday, December 11th at 2pm
Palm Springs Art Museum. Palm Springs, California.
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A walking tour guide, Manny’s life changes as she becomes obsessed with a receptionist’s late-night cabaret lifestyle.

Director Biography – Becca Beberaggi

Becca Beberaggi is a Los Angeles-based writer-director, actor, visual artist, and singer (under her musical persona Roselina Albino) born and raised in New York City. She has studied at The Art Students League of New York, Stella Adler Studio of Acting, T. Schreiber Studio Of Acting, HB Studios, Upright Citizens Brigade, and The Labyrinth Theatre Company. She is also a #READLATINXWRITER’S 2021 Initiative mentee.

She has written, directed, produced, and starred in short films (B-SIDES, 2 Ushers Walk Into A Play) that are official selections of the New York Lift-Off Festival, IndieFest, the Latin Film Market, the Official Latino Short Film Festival and Third Eye Rebel Film Festival.

She has written three solo shows in two years: “I Laugh To Keep From Crying,” (Time Out NY called it “Heartfelt and very funny, journey to self-love.”), “Gooey” and her third, “Party Animal,” which was selected to run in the Tank’s 2019 LadyFest.

Her latest solo show, “I AM NOT HERE RIGHT NOW,” will premiere at the Glendale Room this October 2022.

She has also had staged readings of her two full-length plays, “A Jazz Singer,” and “Kids,” produced at The Tank Theater. Her comedy variety show “So Many Problems,” was listed as one of Time Out NY’s “Best Comedy Show In NYC By Women,” in 2018.

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