Prodigal Son

I recently had the opportunity to work on Fox’s Prodigal Son. I was directed by both Glen Winter and executive producer Adam Kane. It was such a joy to be on such a welcoming set, work with Tom Payne and have special effects makeup done by Ben Bornstein.

My episode is called “Wait and Hope” and I can’t wait for you all to see it!

Working with wonderful crew!
Being directed by Adam Kane

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Columbia University School of the Arts International Play Reading Festival

Co-founded by Carol Becker and David Henry Hwang, this marquee annual festival presents readings of three plays by living international playwrights alongside conversations with the playwrights and translators. Now in its third year, the 2020 edition of the festival will be held as a series of podcasts.

Taxi Radio

Written by Nophand (Thailand)

Translated from Thai by the playwright

Directed by Aya Ogawa

On a stormy night in Bangkok, four beings are stuck in traffic. Accompanied by karaoke hits, Taxi Radio is a dark comedy that conjures the afterlife and calls upon higher powers to critique cycles of corruption. This soulful play highlights the absurdity of navigating one’s own life in the maelstrom of expectations and statuses. GPS, Google, and Facebook won’t help you out of these dead ends. 

Working on this Podcast Play during the pandemic has been such a wonderful process. The cast was amazing and we were wonderfully directed by Aya. Once the podcast drops I will place the link below!

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Andrea Morales | Actor

Andrea Morales is a classically trained actor living in New York City. She is originally from West Lafayette, Indiana. Recently, Andrea has been seen on Prodigal Son, Bull and The Blacklist. Has done plays such as Buried Child and The Three Musketeers and was lucky to have worked on the development of many plays such as Stupid Kid by Sharr White with The New Group, the living’life of the daughter mira by Matthew Paul Olmos with The Lark, Las Hermanas Padilla by Tony Meneses with Playwrights Realm, and The Bridge of San Luis Rey by David Greenspan with Redbank Theatre Company. She was a proud participant of the Latinx theatre community Carnaval in Chicago, is a ABC Diversity Showcase Alum and can be seen in the upcoming films Mariachi Madness, In Case of Emergency, Barrio Boy and Hearts Beat Loud. For more on Andrea’s upcoming projects, please visit her ‘What’s New’ page.