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• Allie kicked off the month playing the younger daughter in a film inspired by The Lovely Bones.
• Wrong, Allie's original screenplay, had a reading at the Whitefire Theatre.
• Allie recorded the role of Sophie for the Underwing musical soundtrack and interactive book.
• Allie played the lead role in the film Casting Cordelia, a psychological thriller about a manipulative young girl.
• Allie played the Gypsy Girl in Monstrous Beauty by Karla Jennings at The Blank Theatre.
• Goldfish Love was screened at the UK Film Festival.
• Allie participated in another reading of The Drain by Collin Blair.
• Allie reprised her role in another reading of the musical Limberlost.
• Allie recorded tracks for the Fauntleroy musical soundtrack.
• Thanks to the stunt coordinator and FX artist who kept things safe on the set of the film Suicide High.
• Allie played Jeannine in a short film adaptation of Ordinary People.
• Allie played The Singer in The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide at Coeurage Theatre on October 19th.
• The 4th Graders Present... was Ovation Recommended by LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award voters.
• Allie played Elaine in a reading of Arsenic and Old Lace at Play Club West.
• Allie survived the zombie apocalypse (again!) when she played Yvonne in a reading of Shaun of the Dead.
• Scottish play alert: Allie participated in a reading of Macbeth.
• Goldfish Love was screened at the Lucerne International Film Festival in Switzerland.
• Allie played a young female soldier in a reading of the new Civil War play The Mystic Chords of Memory.
• Allie participated in a reading of Collin Blair's new work, The Drain.
• Allie's play Sunday Mail had a reading at the Whitefire Theatre.
• Allie is the understudy for The Singer in The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide produced by Coeurage Theatre.
• An Apology was an official selection of The Atlanta Horror Film Festival.
• Goldfish Love was one of seven films screened at the Open St. Petersburg Student Film Festival Beginning.
• Allie played the title role in a reading of Casey.
• The Bank Shot soundtrack has arrived! Listen to Allie sing Haley's Turn.
• New pictures added to the Media page.
• Goldfish Love was screened in Hollywood at the HollyShorts Film Festival.
• Melting was a finalist at the Hurricane Season play festival, where it won awards for Best Director, Best Playwright, and Best Production.
• Allie played the scrappy stepsister in Ashleigh, a new musical adaptation of Cinderella, at the Celebration Theatre.
• Allie's screenplay Sunday Mail was a quarter-finalist in the WMM Film Challenge.
• Allie recorded tracks for the Bank Shot musical soundtrack.
• New pictures from iWish, #Brad4Laura, and Bank Shot added to the Media page.
• Allie appeared in the West Coast premiere of the play Melting.
• Goldfish Love was screened at NewFilmmakers New York.
• Allie sang her heart out in Man vs. Machine, 5 world premiere musicals produced by ANMT. Her roles:
• Allie filmed another episode of Moon Cycles. She plays Jenna on the supernatural series.
• Allie is currently in rehearsal for 5 brand-new musicals produced by Academy for New Musical Theatre. The shows will run in June.
• Allie will be recurring as Jenna on season 2 of Moon Cycles. She filmed her first episode of the series in May.
• Allie played Tai (Brittany Murphy's role) in a reading of Clueless.
• Allie played the Raven in the staged reading of the new musical A Raven's Tale.
• Allie played Cecily in a reading of The Importance of Being Earnest.
• Allie played Petra in a reading of An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, as adapted by Arthur Miller.
• Allie recorded tracks for the Limberlost musical soundtrack.
• Goldfish Love was screened at the H2K Festival in Helsinki.
• Allie played the lead role of Katie in Solace, a Lindsay Armstrong film revolving around a family tragedy.
• Allie has been cast in a series of musicals being produced by Academy for New Musical Theatre. Stay tuned for details!
• Allie played Alice in Mia's Candy, a film adaptation of Polly Stenham's acclaimed play That Face.
• Allie played Kelly Kapowski in a reading of Saved by the Bell.
• Allie played Eunice in a reading of A Streetcar Named Desire.
• At Play Club West's first-ever TV show night, Allie played Arya Stark in Game of Thrones and Boomer in Battlestar Galactica.
• Allie participated in a reading of Tom Cavanaugh's new play Adam & Yoshi.
• An Apology was screened at the Motor City Nightmares Detroit Horror Convention.
• Nerd Wars was screened at the North Hollywood Independent Films Movie Theater.
• Goldfish Love was screened at Short & Sweet Toronto and the North Hollywood Independent Films Movie Theater.
• Allie played the title character in the staged reading of the new musical Fauntleroy.
• Allie participated in a reading of the new play Pushing Daisy.
• Allie participated in a reading of the new work Animated.
• Unintentionally Awesome was an official selection of the HollyWeb Festival in Hollywood.
• Goldfish Love was an official selection of ÉCU, The European Independent Film Festival, held in Paris.
• Goldfish Love screened at the Finnish Tampere Film Festival in Finland.
• Bookstore screened at HWFF, National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY), and the Sacramento International Film Festival.
• Allie played Dinah Lord in a reading of The Philadelphia Story.
• Allie played Jenny in a reading of Death of a Salesman.
• Rehearsals are underway for the musical Fauntleroy. Allie plays the title character. The staged reading will be held March 3rd.
• Stay tuned for Allie's next webseries appearance. She's excited to sink her teeth into this new role.
• Allie played Lyn in the dark coming-of-age story The Boy Who Lived Forever at The Blank Theatre.
• Allie was a finalist in a monologue competition. She performed her original piece Promologue in a formal dress and sneakers.
• Allie has been offered the lead in a new musical, with a staged reading in March. Details to come.
• The latest episode of Unintentionally Awesome was spotlighted on DigitalChickTV.