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We are all stuck at home during the pandemic, but one little girl discovers how to fight the despair and make her way back to hope.
An international collaboration between director Aleksei Postnikov, animator Sasha Vodolazhchenko and the band Sky-Pony results in an animated musical short film snapshotting this historic moment in time. The film brings together the talents of eight artists scattered across the globe, all working from home.
Kyle Jarrow and Sky-Pony
Director and Filmmaker:
Jasper and Cormac Chapman
Rocket Yukari Craven
Maxwell Hellmann III
Oona Joan Jarrow
Sophie and Miles Petersen
Sofia and Hattie Tutalo
Alena and Evelyn Wacudia
Mixed and Mastered by:
A Mini-Commission presented as part of #Playfrom6FeetAway
Lauren Worsham is a Tony-nominated actress and singer. She was nominated for a Tony and won Drama Desk and Theatre World awards for the role of ‘Phoebe’ in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (2014 Tony winner for Best Musical). Recently she recurred on multiple episodes of The CW’s Valor. She was seen in New York City Center’s gala production of Sunday in the Park with George and the Encores! productions of Call Me Madam and Big River. Other favorite roles include ‘Lisa’ in Dog Days at Montclair Peak Performances, Fort Worth Opera and LA Opera for director Robert Woodruff; ‘Flora’ in Turn of the Screw at New York City Opera for Sam Buntrock; ‘Amy’ in Where’s Charley? at Encores! for John Doyle; ‘Cunegonde’ in New York City Opera’s Candide, and ‘Olive’ in the first national tour of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Lauren performs frequently in concert at Carnegie Hall, 54 Below, Joe’s Pub, Caramoor, Merkin Hall, Oregon Bach Festival, Galapagos Art Space and New York City Opera’s VOX. Lauren placed second in the Kurt Weill Foundation’s Lotte Lenya competition. She’s co-founder and executive director of the downtown opera company, The Coterie, and is a founding member of the band, Sky-Pony. laurenworsham.com
Kyle Jarrow is an award-winning writer and musician who makes work for stage, film and TV. He wrote the book for Broadway’s SpongeBob Musical, for which he received Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations. With his wife Lauren Worsham, he leads the art-rock band Sky-Pony. Together they created the show The Wildness, produced by The Play Company in association with Ars Nova (Lortel Award Nomination). Kyle’s other plays include A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant (Obie Award), Whisper House, Hostage Song and Gorilla Man. Kyle created and executive-produced the television series Valor, which premiered on The CW network and is now available to stream on Netflix. In the world of features, Kyle penned the indies Armless (an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival) and Saint Janet (available on Amazon Prime). For more info on Kyle, check out www.kylejarrow.com
Photo by Jennifer Walkowiak