Performed in Haley Nelson's new play at Urbanite Theatre's Modern Works Festival, directed by Lavina Jadhwani.
Began filming Divorcing Bugbear, Larissa's new TV short.
Workshopped the script for Divorcing Bugbear, a TV short by Larissa.
Attended the premiere of Love Happens, a feature film about love, where Larissa plays the anti-love villain.
Signed with Take 3 Talent for Theatrical Representation, focusing on TV/Film.
Performed with New Phase Collective in The Underbrush, "a patchwork of video, audio, and live performance, asking how we protect and preserve our environments."
Held a virtual reading of a new TV pilot of Larissa's called Bite the Dust.
Participated in Audrey Moore's Self-Tape May challenge. Follow along on Instagram!
Premiered a new play of Larissa's at the Dramatists Guild called Happy Hollow.
Started previews for Herd's production of Trout Stanley.
Closed the world premiere of Dressing up for Civil Rights by Pope.L at the MoMA.
Attended the NYC premiere of On the Line at the Big Apple Film Festival.
Premiered Dressing up for Civil Rights by Pope.L at the MoMA.
Performed I Killed the Cow, a one-woman show written by Larissa, at the First Person Arts Festival in Philadelphia.
Started rehearsing with Pope.L for performances of Dressing up for Civil Rights. Premiering at the MoMA November 2019-January 2020.
Recorded an episode with Women Crush Weekly - a podcast that crushes on women who are crushing it.
Attended the premiere of On the Line. Watch the full episodes here.
Recorded a new audiobook for a client. Listen in here.
Performed I Killed the Cow in Boulder, Colorado as part of the Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley's annual symposium.
I Killed the Cow received a reading at the Heal Me Too Festival.
Boeing-Boeing received rave reviews. Read on here.
Opened Boeing-Boeing at the Majestic Theatre, playing Gretchen.
Began rehearsals for Boeing-Boeing at the Majestic Theatre in Springfield, MA.
Performed I Killed the Cow at the Dramatists Guild in New York.
Performed I Killed the Cow at the Sarasolo Festival in Sarasota, Florida.
Finished filming On the Line, an upcoming web-series comedy about telemarketers.
Recorded an episode of Noodlin' with Josh, a new podcast by Joshua Weaver about the entertainment industry. Available here.
Wrapped filming for Love Happens, a new feature length film shot in Michigan about what happens when love doesn't happen like a fairytale.
Performed I Killed the Cow at the Scranton Fringe Festival in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Interviewed by Chicago's WGN Radio about I Killed the Cow. Interview available here!
Performed I Killed the Cow at the Chicago Fringe Festival in Chicago, Illinois.
Interviewed by KGNU Radio in Boulder, Colorado about I Killed the Cow. Interview available here!
Performed I Killed the Cow at the International Boulder Fringe Festival in Boulder, Colorado.
Performed I Killed the Cow at the Minnesota Fringe Festival in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Wrapped filming for Apocalypta, a new film set in Boston about the end of the world. In it, Larissa plays the muscle of the group, helping everyone to survive.
Began filming On the Line, an upcoming comedy about telemarketers. Larissa plays the boss of the telemarketing company who hates her job just as much as you think she does.
Became published in the Texas Theatre Journal.
Was featured on the New Play Exchange.
Premiered Kill Hamlet at The Signature Theatre.
Began rehearsals for Kill Hamlet, a new play by Nako Adodoadji, directed by Carl Hancock Rux.
Performed I Killed the Cow in Sarasota, FL for an invited audience on campus at the Asolo Repertory Theatre.
All or Nothin' began playing at independent theaters across the US. All or Nothin' is an independent feature film about the underground railroad, Larissa plays the daughter of an egregious slave owner.