Stephen Belber's 1999 play, "Tape", follows the reunion of three high school friends as they confront the consequences of a sexual assault that occurred ten years earlier. I'm both producing and acting in the show. I'm privileged to be working with a group of artists that care deeply about the play's message; written in 1999, the play has taken on new significance and urgency in the current political climate.

Director Emma Wisniewski said of the play, "The characters grapple with the very questions that permeate our politics and our national conversations today: who is a good victim, and who is not? Which victims are worthy of justice? What constitutes justice for survivors, and who gets to decide that?"

The production opens March 30th and plays nine performances at The Bridge Theatre in Shetler Studios, NYC, and closes on April 8th. All performance begin at 7:30pm and run approx. 70 min. You can donate to the production here, or find our event of Facebook.


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Laura received her BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2013. She studied classical and contemporary theater at the Stella Adler Studio in New York, performed Shakespeare through the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and trained in devising new works through Pig Iron Theater Co. in her native Philadelphia. More recently, she studied contemporary theater under Alec Baldwin and film acting under Deborah Kampmeier.

Since graduating, Laura has been involved in a number of short and feature length films in the New York area.


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