If you haven’t caught the latest episode of Hawyire: The Series, watch it here! We only have 3 days until Episode 24 rolls out. Catch up with the latest adventures of Gracie (Larissa Laurel) & Leah (me!) as they’re “Out & About” in Monroe, NY:
5 minutes after I auditioned, I was offered the part! What a nice surprise! Thank you Kathy Gnazzo.
I’ll be in Lisa Loomer’s “Living Out” as Ana Hernandez in the upcoming play scheduled to debut at the Elmwood Playhouse in September! Playing a Salvadoran woman who has a hard time securing a job as a nanny in Los Angeles, Ana struggles to raise the funds to bring her eldest child to America all the while dealing with the struggles of life as an immigrant.
My many thanks and appreciation to my castmate on Haywire, Stavros Adamides, for keeping me in the know for this audition.
I spent the last 8 days in Costa Rica studying Spanish and living with an awesome family who knows how to make AMAZING food. The Ticos, aka Costa Ricans, are a very welcoming community.
Everything there is “Pura Vida”, the good life or full of life. It is their greeting and farewell. I climbed mountains, ziplined, visited el volcán Irazú, the rain forest, took a boat tour (saw some monkeys, iguanas, native birds) and again, ate the most fresh and delicious food. Costa Rica taught me so much and I learned so much quickly. I do suggest that if you ever have the opportunity to go to another country and immerse yourself in a language, DO IT! Life is short –take advantage of everything it has to offer.
On my return home, Haywire: released their newest episode, “The Ties That Bind“. In the end of the episode you’ll hear a song that I wrote called Only the Lonely. …and the funny thing was, I was so into the show, I didn’t realize my song was playing. It really came together perfectly.
You can hear me and see me in the award winning Haywire Series on Koldcast TV or right here on this page:
“HAYWIRE wins it’s THIRD ‘ DRAMA of the Week’ Award from Indie Intertube“–John Lenihan
To hear more of my music, visit www.MistiDawnMusic.com. Thank you again Scott.
And as the Ticos say, Pura Vida!