On Saturday April, 26th The Venus/Adonis Theater Festival held its 2014 Award Ceremony. In attendance to receive the award for Best Play was Writer/Director Dane Joseph and Producer Daniel Armando. Reflections In A Ditch also garnered two acting nominations, Arlene McGruder and Charlene Modeste both for Best Actress.
REFLECTIONS IN A DITCH becomes a finalist at this years 2014 Venus/Adonis Festival, presented by Novo Novus Productions and Written/Directed by Dane Joseph.
The one-act play will be back for one more performance Wednesday April, 23rd 9:30PM @ The Cabrini Repertory Theater in Washington Heights.
It will once again feature Donald Dash as “Tommy,” Kilvin Johnson, Jr. as “Aaron,” Arlene McGruder as “Vera,” Charlene Modeste as “Nancy,” Devon Settles, Jr. as “Raymond,” Amiya Steed as “Ray-Ray Jr.,” and Akiyaa Wilson as “Jeanette.” Dane Joseph helms the production team as director, with award-winning producer Daniel Armando serving as assistant director and indie-darling Adrienne Lovette serving as associate producer.
Novo Novus will head to Miami with feature film WHAT IT WAS Writer/Director Daniel Armando and Executive Producer Dane Joseph will be in attendance to celebrate the festivals sweet 16th year.
WHAT IT WAS will screen Wednesday May, 7th 6:30PM @
The O Cinema Miami Shores 9806 NE 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, FL 33138.
visit www.mglff.com for ticket sales.
Novo Novus will be making its first time appearance at Outfest Fusion with What It Was, executive produced by Dane Joseph and Daniel Armando. What It Was will screen Friday March 14th 7:15PM at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California.
"In director Daniel Armando’s multilayered film, Adina, a successful Latina actress, returns to New York in the aftermath of the death of her sister and the collapse of her marriage. Unable to face her mother, she finds herself in a fog, drifting through her days. Memories dissolve into the present as she tumbles through a series of intense, complex connections with a sexy, butch body artist, a young college student, and a former girlfriend. With confident directing, assured performances, and intuitive editing and cinematography, WHAT IT WAS masterfully conveys the emotional textures of Adina’s waking dream of a life." - Outfest Fusion