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Seening Green Poster

January 01, 2020

Here's the fabulous poster for my short film Seeing Green Staring Megan Duffy, Vanessa Garcia, Mackenzie Fergins and Whitton Frank.  Directed by Chelsea Stardust. 

Audio book for Warning Call now available!!!!

The wait is over! the moment you have all been waiting for is here! Book two of the Black Pages series is now available on audiobook.  You can listen to my dulcet tones, where ever you might fancy. Join along as Elana's adventure continues.  

Whitton Frank joins the cast of The Tempest

April 26, 2018

I am thrilled to be joining the cast of the Tempest as Sebastian.  Directed by Alex Parker and produced by the award winning theater company The Porters of Hellsgate.

Star Wars Toy Stories at Comic Con 2017

July 21, 2017

We had the good fortune of being invited to have an autograph table at San Diego Comic-Con International 2017. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to chat, collect signed posters, and participate in raffles! Special thanks to Machelle Noel for producing our show at CCI, and thanks to Edwin Frank OrtizTaylor KosterWhitton Frank, and Maliya Montemayorfor signing autographs!

Empty Threat Audio Book Release

The audio book of Empty Threat, written by Danny Bell and narrated by me is available on Audible and Amazon. Empty threat is the first book in the Black Pages series. 

Out of Our Father's House at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

August 05, 2016

My production company, Red Compass Productions, has the honor of taking our amazing production of taking Out of Our Father's House to the world famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  The show, directed by Maria Mazor and staring Whitton Frank, Valerie Spencer, Sita Young and Leota Rhodes is a verbatim play based on the book fo the same name written by Eve Merriam

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Reviews for The Tempest

"Everyone is quite brilliant. All these roles are played fantastically well as cleverly crafted pieces of the whole."

- Samantha Simmonds

"A gender switch for Sebastian (Whitton Frank), plotting to overthrow Alonso, King of Naples (Sean Faye), with the duplicitous Antonio (Matthew Jayson Cwern), comes with an intriguing undercurrent of sexual attraction."

Ellen Dostal

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Star Wars Toy Stories News


This 2-minute short film was produced for Lucasfilm's #GoRogue #Contest. The film will be released on-line in December 2016.


The Rogue One: A Star Wars Toy Story has been selected to screen at multiple film festivals and has won awards for the 2017 Fan Film Awards, the 2017 One-Reeler Short Film Competition, and the 2017 San Diego Film Awards. Stay tuned for additional screenings throughout 2017!


The Rogue One: A Star Wars Toy Story won the award for BEST FAN FILM at the 2017 Geek Short Film Festival, which took place on October 21st, 2017 at Muggles Market in Charlotte, NC. Thanks to the folks at The Charlotte Geeks for this honor and for organizing the film festival.


The Rogue One: A Star Wars Toy Story won the award for BEST VISUAL EFFECTS for a Narrative Short Film at the 2017 San Diego Film Awards, which took place April 2nd, 2017 at the Music Box in San Diego. Congratulations to my fellow nominees, and thanks to the Film Consortium San Diego for this honor. This year the film awards will also be broadcast locally on The CW6 on April 9th from 8 - 10 pm.

Reviews for Empty Threat audiobook

"Whitton Frank narrates this story breathlessly, portraying the characters, both real and fictional. Frank's narration becomes more emotional as Elana flexes her skills, her ability to change storylines and save their characters from death." -

"The moment Whitton started reading, I knew this would not be the case. Her voice is engaging, her inflections and accents are incredible, and she is exactly what I would imagine Elana's voice to sound like." - Alycia Sedelmeyer -

"Whitton Frank's energetic, youthful, and engaging narration was a good match for author Danny Bell's quirky yet grounded (and delightfully flawed) protagonist." - Christine E Moore -

Reviews for Out of Our Father's House

"As a piece of historical and political theatre, Out of Our Father's House triumphs in preserving the significance of its inspirational figures and realising them in a way that gives them contemporary relevance."

- Elliot Roberts - The List -

"Smoothly directed by Marya Mazor, the cast of four moves rapidly among several characters each, pausing from time to time to punctuate the narrative with traditional American folk songs that take on surprising feminist resonances in this context." - Gerald Berkowitz - The Stage -

"The inclusion of live music brings a lovely sense of context and also breaks up the action, allowing the audience to gather their thoughts as the women nimbly switch between roles. With characters simply defined by a single prop or piece of costume, the focus is on the story, the diary extracts and the speeches."

Amy Yorston - British Theater Guide -

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