It's always a blast to work on a short film! This weekend, I shot the dark comedy "Mortgage Moose" with End Inertia Creative and my buddy Jesse Robinson!
I am excited to announce that I will be returning to both Forum and Constellation Theatre Company this season! I will be assistant director for Michael Dove at Forum for the DC premiere of Love and Information, opening late September, and for Allison Arkell Stockman at Constellation for The Caucasian Chalk Circle, opening mid-April 2018.
"Who What Where Theater Collective is new to the D.C. theater scene – and it’s exciting to see such a strong first effort by a group of hungry performers. The talent on display bodes well for future endeavors from this company; they’re definitely one to be on the watch for."
"Reid is interested in relationships – both between friends and with the individual — and his script, though young in places, offers a rich opportunity for this very strong and talented cast, confidently directed by Rebecca Wahls. "
NOW PLAYING: WE FOUND THE WILD THINGS by Andrew Reid/ directed by Rebecca Wahls with WHO WHAT WHERE THEATER COLLECTIVE!
Friendships are formed, broken and rewritten in this new coming-of-age story. Seven friends mark seven New Year's Eves in their hometown, learning the value of what we carry with us and of what we leave behind.
We played to sold out or close-to-sold-out houses last weekend, so purchase your tickets online today!
I had an amazing time at Signature Theatre's Young Musical Theatre Directors Workshop this week! Here we are with Artistic Director Eric Shaeffer, Associate Artistic Director Matt Gardiner, and Signature's wall of Helen Hayes Awards.
I will be directing Who What Where: a pop-up theater collective's first production this summer at the D.C. Arts Center!
You can catch the children's theater piece I'm directing, Swings & Slides, next Monday at City of Fairfax's Old Town Hall at 10:30 am! Swings & Slides is part of Acting for Young People's new plays for Pre-K Audiences effort.
"Wahls is wonderful as Vera, a young woman striving to make an impact on her office and be just as valuable as anyone, yet also finds herself marking her territory with Dan, despite what often appears to be a love/hate relationship the two have. It’s an entertaining performance."
Nice press for Admins! Read the full review.
We had a great time at the Richmond International Film Festival yesterday! Java had its world premiere and writer/director Giovanna Chesler, producer Lisa Thraser, actor Drae Cam (Jet) and I got to chat with WCVE about the film!
For some more press on the film, check out this article in the Fairfax County Times!
I have completed the Directing Class at Studio Theatre, taught by Joy Zinoman!
My first full length play, Billy Shakes and the Big Screen, received its premiere this month with Acting for Young People. Co-directed by Jessica Teaford and me, this play draws primarily from Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest to tell a brand new story featuring a wide range of Shakespeare's stories and characters.