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Letters To Santa Premieres Fri Nov 24 6/5c on Hallmark Channel!
November 24th, 2023
Catch Liliane Klein in the 2023 Hallmark Channel Countdown to Christmas. Letters to Santa is premiering on November 24th - kicking off the last month until Christmas!
When young siblings receive a magic pen from Santa that appears to be granting wishes, they request a Christmas gift they want more than anything – for their separated parents to reunite. Starring Katie Leclerc and Rafael de la Fuente.
Don't be silly, vote for Lili! (2023 Broadwayworld CT Awards!)
Nov 15 - Dec 31, 2023
Liliane Klein has been nominated in the best supporting actor category, best ensemble category, and best play category for I Hate Hamlet at Music Theatre of CT!
Voting is open from November 15th through December 31st! I am honored to be recognized amongst such outstanding talent for this gem of a show! Congrats to all the nominees!
EARTH DAY CONCERT: What Are We Doing To Our World?
April 22, 2023
Liliane Klein will be reprising her role in "What Are We Doing To Our World?" A cast of singers, dancers, actors and musicians celebrate creation and our care for it interwoven with words of wisdom from Chief Seattle, Mark Twain, John Muir ….
Saturday, April 22 at 8:00pm
St. Paul & St. Andrew United Methodist Church
86th St. and West End Ave., New York City
Tickets : $30, children/seniors $20
Letters To Kris (Happy Holidays 2023!)
Liliane Klein joins the cast of the 2023 Christmas movie, Letters To Kris shot on location in Worcester, MA. This is Lili's second film with MA based director and producer John Stimpson and Mark Donadio (following Ghost Light in 2018). This time she plays marriage counselor, Dr. Eaton.
I Hate Hamlet @ Music Theatre of CT!
February 3-19, 2023
Liliane Klein joins the cast of I Hate Hamlet! Since 1987, Music Theatre of Connecticut’s professional Equity acting company, MTC MainStage, has been bringing critically-acclaimed theatre to Fairfield County. MTC MainStage features Broadway performers and has a reputation for top quality as well as innovation.
In Paul Rudnick's hilarious dramatic comedy, when television star Andrew Rally moves back to New York and finds himself cast as Hamlet, nothing seems right. With lucrative offers of shallow television shows, self-doubt, and fear of the greatest of roles, and a girlfriend who won't have sex with him, it takes the supernatural intervention of the ghost of Andrew's apartment's former resident--the legendary John Barrymore--to help Andrew confront the challenges of life on stage (and in the bedroom).
The Undiscovered You - The Dream Catchers (Podcast)
December 6th, 2022
Liliane Klein joins Kimberley Johnston on Season Two of her popular podcast The Undiscovered You. This season is all about "The Dream Catchers". Listen Here!
Welcome to THE UNDISCOVERED YOU - a podcast for anyone who knows they have more to offer but just feel stuck. Join us as we talk to some incredible people who are just like you. On this podcast we will be looking at ways to help get you un-stuck so that you can discover The Undiscovered You.
Ghost Light - get into the spirit of the season!
Ghost Light is Officially released on All Major Streaming Platforms! Get into the spirit of the spooky season with this incredibly fun film!
A disgruntled summer-stock actor contemptuously disregards the superstition surrounding Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth and, by doing so, unleashes the curse of 'The Scottish Play' and wreaks havoc on the company.
Cary Elwes, Carol Kane, Roger Bart, Scott Adsit, Steve Tom, Danielle Campbell, Shannyn Sossamon, Tom Riley, Sheldon Best, Alex Portenko, Caroline Portu, Liliane Klein, Zele Avradopoulos, Ken Cheeseman, Mary Callanan, Maureen Keiller, and Jason Mulcahy
Directed by John Stimpson
Written by John Stimpson and Geoffrey Taylor
The Thing With Feathers - Dark Passage Films
In Gilded-Age New York, a rebellious woman plans to divorce her emotionally unstable husband. Consequently, a civilized evening spirals violently into pandemonium. Liliane Klein plays Bertha, the maid in the upcoming Dark Passage Films feature. With Katie Vincent, Catherine Curtin, Susan Gallagher, Jared Canfield, and Bailey Macejak, and Tony Crane, Jacob Ware, Taso Mikroulis, Fred Sullivan, Anthony Ritosa, and Usher Morgan.
"Dead dreams and broken promises drive a wedge between a married couple fallen out of love. Katherine Greene has made the biggest of big decisions: divorce. Not an easy feat for a Lady of the House a la 1886. Unfortunately, her husband Peter has planned a most important dinner party at the very same time. Stakes are high, motives are ripe, and bad news taints already murky waters. After learning of Katherine’s plans, Peter decides to flip the script, abruptly dismissing himself from an otherwise disaster of an evening. In Peter’s absence, Katherine carpes her last diem by screwing Peter’s brother, of course! This sets an already “Peeping Pete” on a path of absolute destruction. Peter breaks into his own home, hog-tying his wife and brother, leaving them in the non-consensual position of “what’s next?”. Calamity ensues. A House of Horrors meets a Comedy of Manners, where distrust spreads like wildfire, and a union that once had a future now lies dead in cold blood."
The Wizard of Oz at Wheelock Family Theatre
Liliane Klein will be making her Wheelock Family Theatre debut as Aunt Em/Glinda in The Wizard of Oz playing April 8th-May 1st, 2022
After suspending productions in front of an audience for more than two years (775 days) due to the pandemic, Wheelock Family Theatre will return to the stage with a beloved production for all ages, The Wizard of Oz because, after all, "there's no place like home."
Based on the beloved novel and Classic Motion Picture, The Wizard of Oz follows the story of a young girl, Dorothy, as she finds the true meaning of "home." She and her best sidekick, Toto (a charming, scruffy little dog), find themselves in the magical land of Oz and encounter characters of splendor and tasks of the highest magnitude. Audiences fall for Dorothy and her trusted companions as they battle their way to their highest desires -- knowledge, love, courage and home.
Wheelock Family Theatre. https://www.wheelockfamilytheatre.org/
180 Riverway, Boston MA 02215
Single ticket prices range from $20-40
· By phone at (617) 353-3001
· Online at wheelockfamilytheatre.org
· At our box office at 200 Riverway, Boston, MA 02215
Discounts are available for groups and students. For a full list of discounts, please visit: https://www.wheelockfamilytheatre.org/discounts-promotions/
WFT @ BU's production of The Wizard of Oz features Katie Anne Clark (Almira Gultch, The Wicked Witch, Ozian), Gary Ng* (Uncle Henry, Munchkin, Crow, Tree, Flying Monkey Guard), David Jiles Jr.* (Hickory, Munchkin, Tinman), Lisa Kate Joyce (Toto, Munchkin, Crow, Tree, Ozian, Nikko, Winkie) Zachary McConnell* (Professor Marvel, Munchkin, Crow, Tree, The Wizard), Lily Park (Dorothy), Krystal Hernandez* (Zeke, Munchkin, Lion), Maxwell Seelig (Hunk, Munchkin, Scarecrow), Liliane Klein* (Aunt Em, Glinda, Ozian, Winkie), Katya Sacharow (Understudy Dorothy), Jeffrey Sewell (Understudy, Hunk, Munchkin, Lion, Toto, Crow, Tree, Ozian, Nikko, Winkie), Tader Shipley (Understudy, Almira Gultch, The Wicked Witch, Ozian, Aunt Em, Glinda, Winkie), and Robert McFletcher (Understudy, Hickory, Munchkin, Tinman, Uncle Henry, Crow, Tree, Flying Monkey Guard).
*indicates a member of Actors Equity Association
WFT @ BU's creative team for The Wizard of Oz includes Nick Vargas (Director), Tiffany Lau (Choreographer), Todd Gordon (Music Director), Albina Aleksandrova (Scenic Designer), Roz Bevan (Sensitivity Consultant), Steven Doucette (Props Designer), Michelle Sparks (Asst. Props Designer), Kevin Dunn (Lighting Designer), Soks Gemma (Paint Charge), Gabriel Goldman (Lead Electrician), Chelsea Kerl (Costume Designer), Gg Martel (Production Manager), Brittany Meehan (Costume Coordinator), Mehdi Raoufi (Sound Designer), Daniel T. Simons (Technical Director), Ally MacLean (COVID Safety Monitor), Wendye Clarendon (Production Stage Manager), Em Rihl (Assistant Stage Manager), and Ally MacLean (Deck Captain).
Open Captioning provided at all events.
Accessibility Performance Dates: April 29th at 7:30 PM & May 1st at 2:00 PM
Questions regarding access? Please contact Audience Services Manager Jamie Aznive at email@example.com.
The Wizard of Oz is presented through a special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). www.MTIShows.com
Wheelock Family Theater will continue to follow Covid-19 guidelines set by the City of Boston and Boston University surrounding the health and safety of our staff, artists and audiences. Performers will be vaccine compliant, un-masked, and will abide by regulations set by the City of Boston, Boston University, and Actor's Equity Association. Any participant with symptoms that could be related to COVID-19 should not engage in group activities and should seek medical advice. For more updated information, please visit: https://www.wheelockfamilytheatre.org/covid-19-update/
Maui Juice Mashup
Original Mashup of "You're Welcome" by Lin Manuel Miranda and "Juice" by Lizzo.
Conceived by Liliane Klein.
Recorded on 7/12/21 at Fox Run Studios in Sudbury, MA
I conceived this crazy idea pre-pandemic... It has been so cool to collaborate with such talented musicians over the past year to help make this dream such a rocking reality. Matthew Ivester calls it #PeakLili - well thanks for being the best travel buddy a girl could ask for.
Arrangement: Eric Schwartz and Liliane Klein
Consultants: Isaac Leaverton and Jose Delgado
Producers: Neale Eckstein and Eric Schwartz
Vocals: Liliane Klein
Piano: Matt Nakoa
Bass: Tom Bianchi
Percussion: Fabio Pirozzolo
Guitars: Matt Nakoa and Neale Eckstein
Snaps: Eric Schwartz
Bagels and Munchkins: Dunkin Donuts
The Suicide Play by Audrey Cefaly
April 29 @ 7pm EST - Liliane Klein, Mark Byrne, and Wendy Waring (Dir.) will present The Suicide Play by Audrey Cefaly in Spectrum Arts Productions' monthly showcase over zoom hosted by Craig Anthony Bannister.
About Spectrum Arts Productions:
The organization was started to create an environment for seniors and teens to reconnect and for dedicated, diverse, professional artists to share their talents on stage and off. The name spectrum reflects the diversities we draw from generationally, artistically and culturally.
Blackout by Todd Stones
April 18 @ 7pm EST - Liliane Klein will direct and facilitate a free accessible public developmental reading/q+a over zoom of Blackout by Canadian playwright, Todd Stones
Actors (In alphabetical order): Craig Anthony Bannister, Mark Guerette, Aliyah Harris, Tessie Herrasti, EJ Joseph, Alka Nayyar
ASL Interpreter: Rachel Judelson, Adrianna Neefus, Chantel Haigler
Page to Stage Triquetra
Every Monday over zoom @ 4:30pm EST led by Tessie Herrasti, Liliane Klein, and Katie Beckvold - A continuous weekly open practice session for all experience levels and artistic concentrations. Feed your body, mind, and spirit with our Triquetra Team. We begin each week with a half hour of strength and cardio "zoom cleanse" led by Tessie followed by Acting and Alexander Technique with Lili and Katie.
Boston Playwrights’ Theatre presents: MASSACHUSETTS YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS’ PROJECT “NEW NOISES”
March 26 @ 9:30am EST over zoom, directed by Cliff Odle - Liliane Klein, Christie Lee Gibson, and Richard Snee will read Survive the Night by Mathilde Kaldi from International School of Boston in Cambridge.
Every Sunday over zoom @ 2pm EST led by Liliane Klein and Katie Beckvold with Lau Lapides Studio - A continuous weekly workout for all experience levels and artistic concentrations. Practice connection, community, and accountability to your craft with Acting and The Alexander Technique. The Tribe is a "senior- centered" affinity space for ages 50+ only.
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