42.0 Picture Day - With Sophia Fabiilli
We get explorative this week as actress and playwright Sophia Fabiilli brings us back to high school with 2013’s Dramedy “Picture Day”. We gush over the complex and deep Tatiana Maslany performance (but when don’t we), discuss our taste in Korean snacks, our failing math skills, constructing believable teenagers, and what an R rating applies to when it comes to concepts over content. Complex, sad, challenging, and weirdly hilarious, we’re all gonna tell you to get over to iTunes and rent Picture Day for your next movie night.
Sophia Fabiilli is a writer, actor, and producer. Her first play, The Philanderes won the inaugural Second City Award for Outstanding New Comedy at the 2015 Toronto Fringe was remounted at The Second City Toronto Main Stage. Her second play, Liars at a Funeral, premiered in Toronto this spring - "Liars at a Funeral is a promising example of Fabiilli's broad appeal" (Toronto Star). As a writer, she also collaborates with her work-wife Michelle Alexander on multiple web series projects: Overachieving Underdogs, The Mystery of the Fatal Murder, and Tinder Baby Daddy. As an actor, Sophia will be returning to the stage this summer in Leading Ladies at the 1,000 Islands Playhouse.
This week's Shrimpton's Suggested Short is 2011's Dawg.