Zoe and Carter, two old high school flames, take a road trip into their past...and an actual road trip from NYC to Pittsburgh. Through 90s jams, pop tarts, and countless arguments Zoe and Carter try to answer one important question: Is true love still out there? Or is settling enough?
PRODUCER'S NOTE: Objects in Mirror was an exciting piece for us because it is written along with a soundtrack in the script. This gave us the opportunity to feature some incredible musical artists on the podcast episode. As you listen to the episode, the songs you hear on the radio, the transition music, and credits music are all original pieces from artists we love. We're so thankful to them for letting us use their music. To learn more about these awesome artists, please check out the following links, and be sure to pick up their music on Apple Music, Spotify, BandCamp, or wherever you get your music!
Emma Wagner (Playwright)
Emma is a Playwright/Producer in New York City. Having attended The Boston Conservatory for Musical Theater, Emma is inspired by versatile actors and loves to write parts that will hopefully challenge them. Emma’s plays have been featured at The Boston Playwright’s Theater in Boston. The New Hazlett Theater, and The Pittsburgh Fringe Festival in Pittsburgh. Manhattan Repertory Theater, Bad Theater Fest, and QED in NYC. And PORTFRINGE festival in Portland, ME. Emma feels that in these changing times that we can trust our voices and art to carry us through. Emma is a proud member of IATSE and AEA. www.emma-wagner.com
Déa Julien (Zoe)
West Side Story 1st Nat’l Tour (Rosalia / dir. Arthur Laurents & David Saint). New York: Blueprint Specials (Public Theater UTR / Tom Ridgely), STET (Abingdon Theatre / Tony Speciale), Intimacy (The New Group / Scott Elliott), Lawnpeople (Cherry Lane / Elena Araoz), Abraham’s Daughters and The Seven Little Foys (Fringe NYC), Suzan Lori Parks’ 365 Days/365 Plays (Public Theater). Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus. Film: Cut In Half (dir. Susan Seidelman), Public Speaking, Fan Girl. Glamour Magazine’s Top Ten College Women. www.deajulien.com
Noah Zachary (Carter)
Noah was thrilled to record his first podcast with Charging Moose Media! Noah's work has been seen at Williamstown Theater Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse on Park, Milwaukee Rep, DR2, Norma Terris, Connecticut Repertory Theater, among others. Developing new work is the dream, and Noah has had the honor to develop new works for Craig Carnelia, Andrew Lippa, Jonathan Tolins, Zack Zadek, Sam Salmond, Madeline Meyers, Alexander Sage Oyen, among others. Special thanks to DAME Rachel Flynn.
Michelle Duffy (Narrator/Donna)
Michelle made her Broadway debut in the Tony-nominated Alan Menken musical "Leap of Faith" and her off-Broadway debut in 2014 in "Heathers: The Musical" originating the roles of Ms. Fleming and Veronica's Mother. She's on the original soundtrack recordings of both shows. She also originated the roles of Cynthia in "First Wives Club: The Musical" at The Oriental Theater in Chicago earlier this year and Dani in "Gettin' The Band Back Together", directed by John Rando, at George Street Theater. Having worked extensively in Chicago and the west coast before finally coming to NYC (Goodman, American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Rep, South Coast Rep, Pasadena Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, to name a few...) she has been the recipient of Ovation, Bay Area Theater Critics Circle, Garland, and Wilde Awards and is a three-time nominee for the Joseph Jefferson.
The short film "The Atlantic Motel" in which she co-starred in a cast of 6 just earned the Best Short Drama-Ensemble award at it's debut in the Atlantic City Cinefest, and another film, "The Hudson Tribes", previews November 20. Recent tv credits include the HBO miniseries "The Night Of", "The Good Wife", and "Elementary". Michelle is currently developing her own show, "Tenn O'Clock Cocktails", portraying several of Tennessee Williams' most intriguing women.
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