Christopher Durang's 'Dentity Crisis had a 5-performance run at Theatre Asylum as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival and won four Scenie Awards from Stage Scene LA: Memorable Direction, Memorable Production, Memorable Ensemble Cast Performance and Best Performance. The play made "Best of Fringe" - the top 9 plays from 280 and received glowing reviews:
"Gnarly word play and silly satire extend to his ‘DENTITY CRISIS, under the brilliant direction of Alexa-Sascha Lewin as part of the current Hollywood Fringe Festival. Only three performances left, but for half an hour of high energy silliness and a nice slice of banana bread, it’s a ‘don’t miss it’ situation." - Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles
"Co-producer Alexa-Sascha Lewin's fabulously frenetic direction, sparkling performances by Victor, Coleman, and Marlowe, a deliciously deadpan turn by McFarland (of Fox TV’s Lie To Me), and above all the brilliant young Podany’s marvelously manic tour-de-force as Robert et all add up to a half-hour of madcap mayhem…" - Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA
Trainers, a comedy web series, premiered at FOX on May 9, 2013 to a full house and has been picked up for online distribution with internet channel COMEDIVA. The show is a Quarterfinalist with the 2013 NexTV Web Series & Indie Film Competition. All three episodes can be seen at
Broken, a dramatic short film starring Scottie Thompson and Dominic Rains, was shot over 2-days in the desert near Joshua Tree. The Director of Photography was Robert Baumgartner (Argo, The Hunger Games, Babel, There Will Be Blood). Broken had its World Premiere at the Sonoma International Film Festival and was an Official Selection of the Big Island Film Festival.
The Honeysting received a Panavision New Filmmaker grant and was selected to be a part of the Tribeca Film Institute's ReFrame Collection and received a Worldwide All-Media distribution deal through Shorts International. The film is now also available on iTunes. The Honeysting aired on cable channel ShortsHD's program '100 Films by Her" which is "dedicated to the success of women filmmakers." The film is also currently airing in the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.