Today’s guest is one of our most prolific MonologuesToGo writers. Alisa Murray is an actress and writer based in Los Angeles and originally from Philadelphia, “The City of Brotherly Love”.
Alisa trained in New York City and performed in the Off-Broadway shows: 10 Ways On a Gun & Nola, and the NAACP Award Winning Play directed by Layon Gray, The Girls of Summer. She had her Los Angeles theater debut at The Stella Adler Theater in the world premiere of The Daughters of Kush by George Corbin, a story about a Caucasian college girl desiring to pledge an historically African American sorority in 1963. Theaterspokenhere.blogspot described her performance saying: “Alisa Murray is a poignant Rhonda.”
Alisa recently performed in Towne Street Theater’s Ten Minute Play Festival in the festival winner Sabrina’s Christenings and In Response: Year of the Woman Portraying Multiple Characters. She also performed in the Vision’s Theatre Festival in Low Down Country.
Recent film credits include: The Education of a Negro, I am Homicide, Living for the Sacrifice, The Substitute and Scratch.
She is a WGA registered screenwriter of: Trapped and In the Name of the Father and the comedic pilot, Coasting.
You can learn more about Alisa at: imdb.com Alisa Murray
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