Emily and Elizabeth were just cast in Will Wernick’s new feature Moscow.
Emily is in Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley’s newest music video Electric Blanket, release date TBD.
Emily and Elizabeth are recurring guest stars on the new TV comedy Overthinking with Kat & June. Releases in 2018.
Emily is in Garrard Conley’s film adaption of the memoir Boy Erased, directed by Joel Edgerton. Premiering at Tiff September 6th – 16th and coming to theaters November, 2nd.
Elizabeth is in Under The Silver Lake, directed by David Robert Mitchell and in competition at Cannes Film Festival. Coming to theaters this December.
Emily and Elizabeth were on The Good Doctor as recurring guest stars. Watch the highlights of episode 11 and 12 here!
Emily and Elizabeth just wrapped on the short films The Bookends and Runaway, Angel, Man. Release dates TBD.
Emily is on One Day At A Time episode #203.
Emily and Elizabeth are in HBO’s pilot, Manic, out now on HBO Go and HBO Now. Manic won best drama/dramedy and best actress at the New York Television Festival. Click here to read the article in Variety!
Emily and Elizabeth’s music video “Erosion” with thisisyates is coming out soon. Date TBA
Emily and Elizabeth’s two woman play, My Sister, by Janet Schlapkohl, has a write-up in Footlights about our journey from the Hollywood Fringe Festival to the three month run at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble!
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E&E had a feature in the LA Times for their three month run at The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble of their two woman play, My Sister, written by Janet Schlapkohl, directed by Ron Sossi and Paul David Story. Click here to read their story. To read the LA Times’ review of their play, click here.
Emily and Elizabeth helped collaborate on the film The Other Side, in partnership with Aviva’s local foster care center’s Youth In Action Film Collaboration program.
Elizabeth in the season 6 finale of New Girl.
Elizabeth on Jane the Virgin.
Emily and Elizabeth are in Manic, an HBO pilot currently in the festival circuit at the Tribeca Film Festival, the Nashville Film Festival, the New Orleans Film Festival, the Atlanta Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, Film Independent, Queens World Film Festival, and won best drama/dramedy at the New York Television Festival. Currently on HBOGo and HBO Now.
Emily and Elizabeth are in Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween, out on DVD January 30th, 2018.
Emily was a recurring guest star on ABC’s General Hospital.
Emily and Elizabeth are in Adam Sandler’s Sandy Wexler, now on Netflix.
Emily is on episode #410 of FX’s You’re The Worst.
Emily and Elizabeth co-starred on MTV’s Faking It, episode 309.
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Emily and Elizabeth were in the American Film Institute‘s Cycle Film, Sad Eyes, directed by Jojo Erholtz.
Emily and Elizabeth did a music video for Oyster Kid’s latest song, “Gum.”
Elizabeth won first place for the Dan Velez Scholarship– a scholarship for actors who dare to “Dream Big.”
Elizabeth did a reading at the Pacific Resident Theatre for “Please Don’t Ask About Beckett.”
Emily and Elizabeth did a talk on disability rights and the arts for Glass Mountain, Inc.; a non profit organization for Physically Challenged Adults.
Emily and Elizabeth were on KPFK’s “Access Unlimited” (90.7FM) for their two woman play, My Sister. Holocaust survivor and host, Henry Slucki discussed his reaction and personal connection to the play, disability awareness, and My Sister’s importance for audiences of today. Click here to listen.
E&E were on SmartChannel TV’s Joan Quinn Profiles for their two woman play My Sister.
Emily and Elizabeth preformed in the neo-vaudville variety show Free Art- $5 at the Secret Rose Theatre. They did a contemporary dance based in the gestural technique
Emily and Elizabeth’s music video by thisisyates kicked off the Joedance Filmfestival in Charlotte, NC, which raises money for rare pediatric cancers. Silk Duck // “Purple” is an experimental music video cycle and phantasmic rumination on life and death, empathy and desire, and all things in-between.
Emily and Elizabeth did a reading of the new play, Hollywood Sisters, by Octavio Carlin with the Teatro De La O Company.
Emily and Elizabeth preformed their two woman play My Sister, by Janet Schlapkohl, at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in the Underground Uptown Theatre on June 4, 5, 12, 13, and 20 at 6pm, June 21 at 3pm, and June 27 at 8pm. They were invited to do an encore performance on July 12th at Theatre Asylum in the Asylum Lab. To read Fringe reviews, click here. For details on Emily and Elizabeth’s award nominations and wins, read below:
Winners: The Duende Distinction Award – Acting (Both Emily and Elizabeth)
Nominee: The Ezra Buzzington Spirit of the Fringe Award – Best Female Performance (Elizabeth)
Nominee: Unleashed Award – Best Unleashed Show
Nominees: Unleashed Award – Best Performance (Both Emily and Elizabeth)
Nominees: O-Face Award – Top Performance (Both Emily and Elizabeth)
Nominees: Trailer Park Award – Best Trailer
Emily and Elizabeth preformed a cabaret scene from their two woman play My Sister, by Janet Schlapkohl, at The Dragonfly.
Emily and Elizabeth did an interview with Hollywood Fringe Festival’s FringeTV about their two woman play My Sister, by Janet Schlapkohl.
Emily and Elizabeth performed a reading of their two woman play My Sister, by Janet Schlapkohl, at The Watermark at Beverly Hills.
Emily was in the short film The Bags, Probably 1971, by thisisyates, at the Los Angeles Filmforum’s Festival of (In)appropriation at the Egyptian Theatre and at the Analogica at the Millennium Film Workshop in Brooklyn, New York.
E&E performed the youth and adult version of Out of Bounds at the Lied Center of Performing Arts in Omaha, NE as well as the Iowa Artist’s Council. Out of Bounds is a NEFA National Theatre Project award winner for the 2015 fiscal year.