LAURA FAY LEWIS is painter, award nominated filmmaker, (Picture Start and Arlene's Grocery Picture Show, Golden Door International Film Festival, and The Cutting Room International Short Film Festival) An actress, singer, musician, songwriter, and published poet. Her art work has appeared in group art shows in New York City that include Tribeca Lab, “The History of Conspiracy” at 207 Gallery, “Taking it Higher” at Jungle Studios, and “Corpus Xeroxysm” at Tompkins Square Library Art Gallery. Her solo show “Muse” was @ The Berkeley Gallery on E. 43rd St. Most recently she had a month long residency on Governor's Island with Juan Carlos Pinto. She was in the group show at Village Works and One Art Space in NYC. Some of her work is now in private collections and galleries throughout the USA and Europe. Laura Fay has also curated shows at Tribeca Lab, Jungle Studios Multi Media Space, Ladanorama, and Governor's Island. As a poet, her work can be found in "Inspire the Muse" and "Lost Souls in a Fishbowl". Also featured as a rock music artist in "Went to See the Gypsy" by Mark Fogarty.THEATER:The Juilliard School (Group 12). Founding and collaborating member of Tribeca Lab Theatre played many leading and supporting roles in plays by Pirandello, Chekov, Strindberg, Fassbinder and original works by resident playwrights and authors. Played the title role of Dolores in Edward Allan Baker's "Dolores" directed by Penny Allen. Created the role of Gretchen in Mark Borkowski's "Don't Listen to What it Sounds Like" Best American Short Plays 2007. Also played leads in John Ford Noonan's "Those Summer Nights when The Dark Comes Late" with Jill Hennessy, and Chekov One-Acts with Olympia Dukakis, Louis Zorich, and Christina Zorich. Also played the role of Stella Adler in Ronald Rand's "The Group" . And just last year she was seen on stage as a (coal mining foreman) to an all female crew in "Parkersburg" at the 15th annual Estrogenius Festival " in NYC. Laura Fay is a founding member of Tribeca Lab, The Indies Lab, and NYAS-PEG. FILM & TV: Recently she played the role of Connie Weaver an Appalachian mother in REDRUM Discovery ID channel (Stephen David Entertainment) which aired in March 2015. She plays the role of a hitman's wife (Molly) in Rahaman Studios "Snitches", directed by Steve Rahaman. And in KETTLE, as Meghan Wiliams a forensic expert investigating several serial killings. KETTLE premiered at The Golden Door International Film Festival as well as Frank Gigante's "Breaking the Silence" which she played a high school principal counseling the parents of a bullied teen. Showing in festivals and screenings, and webseries are her work in Molly Gray's "86 My Life" (official selection Garden State Film Festival 2015) Jennifer Duclos's "One Split Second", and Lenny Ciotti's "Egg on A Role". Recent recipient of Best Documentary at The Cutting Room International Short Film Festival. And currently is co-starring in Tango Shalom with Renee Taylor, Lainie Kazan, Joseph Bologna, Judy Beecher, Karina Smirnoff, and The Laniado Brothers. Laura Fay's 2 screenplays "The Empty Handed Painter" and also "Ella and Marilyn" which are available for option.
Unique traits: Film, Art and Music
Best Documentary "The Empty Handed Painter" at The Cutting Room International Film Festival