Chelsea Clark – SAG-AFTRA NYC Actress & Voiceover Artist
Discover Chelsea Clark, SAG-AFTRA NYC actress and voiceover artist. View demos, film clips and shorts, headshots, photo galleries and more . . . On this page, view Chelsea’s work in 2016.
Intuitive . . . Versatile . . .
Quirky . . . Facially
Character Type: Ingenue
Age Range: 17-27
Film & Theatrical Genres: Comedy, Drama, Dramedy, Epics/Historical, Horror, Sci-Fi, Western, Film Noir, Romantic, Melodrama, Avant-garde, Political theatre, Pantomime
Portrayable Ethnicities: British, Caucasian/White, European, French, German, Irish, Italian, Native American Indian, Russian, Scottish
IMDb link: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4410344/
YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv1N7mMqn_HlEwGhsbMAS2w
Pinterest link: https://www.pinterest.com/chelseaclarkact/chelsea-clark/
CHELSEA CLARK: COMING SOON
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
Cast in lead role of patient, Rachel, in Eve Lederman’s play, originally titled LET IT COME DOWN and performed as staged reading on June 8, 2016. Now in development with director Frank M. Calo, with an offer out to Glenn Close for the lead role of therapist, Marilyn.
DIVORCE VIDEO THERAPY
Cast as recurring character Tara in Alex Fuller’s webisode, DIVORCE VIDEO THERAPY. Filming Monday, August 29, 2016.
. . . about people coping with their divorce crisis, venting their deepest thoughts and emotions on camera. Company states: “Later on, they find it refreshing to see a condensed version edited by Neil the divorce video producer. Believe it or not, there is plenty of comic relief entwined in this strange and wonderful mess known as the human condition.
Performing as Mavis Jones with Richard Fisher as Lenny Armstrong in Lawrence F. Schwabacher’s 2-person play, CAFE OLE, in September, 2016, Manhattan Repertory Theatre
CHELSEA CLARK: NOW SHOWING
axs ARTICLE: “Upcoming shows with actress Chelsea Clark” by Meagan Meehan
. . . Needless to say, Chelsea Clark is an extremely talented actress who easily lands roles due to her versatility as a performer and her ability to convey an impressive range of characters and emotions. Her career is absolutely one worth following
THE DEATH OF APRIL – RELEASE
The full-feature film, THE DEATH OF APRIL – on video shelves around the country starting October 27, 2015 . . Amazon, Best Buy and Barnes & Noble. Performed as best friend/supporting Heather Cody.
MONTANA HALL’S MONSTER – RELEASE
Voiced Cammy for Montana Hall’s animated short, MONSTER, which won an award for Outstanding Character Animation.
CHELSEA CLARK: 2016 PAST NEWS
Attended an Actorsconnection seminar with personal manager Jennifer Konawal of Washington Square Films, Wednesday, August 17, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m.
SAG-AFTRA FOUNDATION NY CASTING ACCESS
Attended a SAG-AFTRA Foundation NY Casting Access with casting director Matthew Maisto on Tuesday, August 16 at 7:00 p.m.
THE UNTHINKABLE (Private Reading)
Cast as lead character Claire in a private reading of Eve Lederman’s play, THE UNTHINKABLE, Friday, August 12, 2016. With Francesca Calo, James K. Fulater and Jonelle Robinson. Directed by Frank M. Calo. The playwright writes:
The Unthinkable is inspired by the deaths of my brother and mother from the same cancer during the course of a year. The 90-minute drama depicts one afternoon in a hospital room and follows a family’s entanglements, secrets and stories in a death-defying comedy of ordinary events within extraordinary circumstances.
SAG-AFTRA FOUNDATION NY CASTING ACCESS
Attended a SAG Foundation NY Casting Access with casting director Carol Nadell on Tuesday, July 26 at 12:00 noon.
NATURAL RARITIES UP FOR BID
Performed as Android Assistant in Phil Paradis’ 10-minute satire, NATURAL RARITIES UP FOR BID, at John Chatterton’s Midtown International Theater Festival.
Natural Rarities Up For Bid by Phil Paradis, directed by Albert Baker; starring Chelsea Clark, Sean Stolzenthaler, and David C. Neal. In 2184 A.D. the ice caps have melted. Florida and New York are underwater. To feed millions of starving displaced persons, a benefit auction in Europe raises funds to develop food…from petroleum!
TWITTER THIS, FACEBOOK THAT . . . INSTAGRAM ME LATER
Performed in “a 60-70 minute comedy about a group of people hooked on social media and the absurdity of how far they take it . . .” Written & directed by Richard Thomas Henle. Manhattan Repertory Theatre, 303 W. 42nd Street, 6th Floor NYC. Friday, June 17, 2016 @ 9pm & Tuesday, June 21 @ 9pm. $20
STAGE READING: LET IT COME DOWN
Performed as Rachel Klein in Eve Lederman’s 90-minute dramatic play, LET IT COME DOWN. Starring Lee Brock as Dr. Marilyn Morganstern. With Roger Simon, David Debeck, Jonelle Robinson and Francesca Calo. Directed by Frank M. Calo. Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at 7:00 pm. at T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre, 151 W. 26th Street.
GUEST PERFORMANCE AT ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE
Performed at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights. Dr. Timothy Dugan’s class; with Gus Kelley. Director: Vincent Scott. Program includes PUSH UP by Sam Graber; MICKEY VS. MINNIE; a scene from Julius Caesar; and COUNT TO TEN BACKWARDS. Thursday, May 26, 11:00 a.m.
GUEST PERFORMANCE AT NEW HYDE PARK
Directed by Vincent Scott. Performed PUSH UP and MICKEY VS. MINNIE with Gus Kelley, and GOOD CORPORATE CITIZEN with Jim Heaphy and Samantha Randolph. Monday, May 23, 2016 at 1 p.m.
THE SET NYC: COMEDY MONOLOGUE
Presented THE WOOD FILES, a comedy monologue written and performed by Chelsea Clark, for The Set NYC, featured in NBC News, Today.com, Time Out New York, and Village Voice. Helping NYC end homelessness. 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2016, Lovecraft theater, 50 Ave. B , near 4th street in Manhattan. $5 and 1 drink minimum.
Attended an Actorsconnection seminar with casting director Kathleen Hanley, Wednesday, May 18, 2016 @ 6:00 p.m.
SAG-AFTRA FOUNDATION NY CASTING ACCESS
Attended a SAG Foundation NY Casting Access with casting director Harley Kaplan on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
Actorsconnection FILM INTENSIVE
Attended an Actorsconnection class with casting director Sig De Miguel, Monday, May 2, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m.
GOOD CORPORATE CITIZEN
Performed in Sam Graber’s 3-person play, GOOD CORPORATE CITIZEN, at Between Us Production’s Take Ten Festival, 13th Street Rep Theatre, Wednesday, April 27 @ 7 p.m. and Friday, April 29 @ 9 p.m., 2016. With Jim Heaphy and Samantha Randolph. Director: Vincent Scott.
DR. SEUSS vs. DISNEY
Voicing Minnie Mouse in DR. SEUSS vs. DISNEY,
an approximately 10-minute audio narrative that chronicles the fictional story of famous Dr. Seuss characters wanting to get revenge at Disney characters due to the popularity they are taking from the former cartoons. This is a very comedic project told heavily in the rhyme scheme similar to Dr. Seuss.
Written and directed by Rabia Shinawi. Producer/Casting: Maddy Oliver; Co-Writer/Sound Designer: Elliot Levy; Sound Engineer/Editor: Maxwell Roberts-Pereira.
Performed as Michelle in Richard Thomas Henle’s 80-minute play, FULL CIRCLE.
Full Circle is the 20th play by Richard Thomas Henle at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre. It tells the story of 8 friends about to graduate High School and they all discuss their hopes and dreams. And then the play picks up ten years later at their reunion where they all meet up to see what has changed, who has gone on to bigger and better things, hidden feelings are discussed, resentments, frustration, and hidden love.
GUEST PERFORMANCE AT BARUCH COLLEGE
Performed with Gus Kelley and Eric Graves at Baruch College, Shakespeare scene, scene from The Cherry Orchard. Director: Vincent Scott. Saturday, April 10, 2016 at 1:30 p.m.
NYU CASTING WORKSHOP FOR DIRECTING CLASS
Call time 3:15 for Tuesday, April 12, 2016 mock casting session for an NYU Directing Class. Professor Margaret Gormley states:
This will be an in-class demonstration of a casting session and it is conducted just as any casting session would be. I will act as the casting director for the workshop. The casting session will be followed by a Q & A between the workshop actors and the students.
GUEST PERFORMANCES AT THE SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS
Performed with Gus Kelley at The School of Visual Arts (SVA), Shakespeare scene, scene from The Cherry Orchard, comedy pieces. Director: Vincent Scott. The SVA building is located from 133 to 141 West 21st Street, between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue in Chelsea. Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at 12:00 noon; Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS 105th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION AT THE SIMON STUDIO
Performed a scene as Bertha from Tennessee Williams’ HELLO FROM BERTHA, with Mary Bonczek, Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 6:00-9:30 p.m.
THE SIMON STUDIO and the Drama Book Shop’s
and be part of work in progress presentations by current
and alumni of the studio and special guests. And/or observe the work.
Attended an Actorsconnection Seminar with casting director Caroline Sinclair (http://carolinesinclaircasting.com/Home.html), March 1, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m.
THE NEIGHBOR’S SON
The Greenhouse Ensemble is proud to present our first Ten Minute Play Soirée!
Experience a night of Theatre, Art, Music and Inspired, New Plays by Playwrights from around the country. We received nearly 200 plays. Read through them all. And chose 8. To present to You.around the country. We received nearly 200 plays. Read through them all. And chose 8. To present to You. 8 Plays, 8 Directors, 8 Casts
Cast as Charles in Rhea MacCallum’s 10 minute play, THE NEIGHBOR’S SON. Directed by Craig Perkins. Theatre West 97, 214 W. 97, New York, NY 10025. February 26, 2016 at 8:00 p.m.
Performed as Arden in Lawrence F. Schwabacher’s play, WATERCOLORS, at Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Short Play Development Project.
Performed all Female Roles (Girls Getting License/Olga/DMV Lady) in PUSH-UP by Sam Graber. Event: Piney Fork’s 2016 Equity Library Theater Winter Play Festival, George Bruce Branch Library – New York Public Library, 518 W 125 Street With Gus Kelley. Directed by Vincent Scott.
THE FIELD GUIDE TO MATING
Due to the weather, Sam Graber’s THE FIELD GUIDE TO MATING Saturday, January 23 final performance was canceled and rescheduled for January 26, 2016 at 6:15 p.m.
Performed as Irene in Sam Graber’s funny 45 minute play, THE FIELD GUIDE TO MATING:
“Paul, a male homosapien experiencing a dry spell, receives assistance from a Field Guide to increase chances of mating. A riotous and fast-funny take on today’s dating scene.”
Directed by Vincent Scott.