Sophia is featured in the #ScreenFreeWeek publication (pdf below), which is practiced from April 29-May 5, promoting people to limit their screen time to benefit their overall health. The yellow paint represents happiness, itself, or the struggle of having a lack of happiness or connection #AlmostConnected
Created by: Sarah McKinnon
As part of Sophia’s theater/production company she co-founded with Lauren E. Butler, they are proud to present the first episode of their sketch comedy web series, How to New York.
Episode 1: A small town girl arrives in NYC and attempts to adapt to city life. Her first stop: the laundromat.
See Sophia perform a piece she co-created with Aurora Cleopatra about women empowerment and sensuality with the holiday spirit in mind at Eat My Cake!
Tickets are $15 (cash only) and go to the nonprofit, Women To The Front!
WHEN: December 16 from 3 pm to 10 pm
WHERE: 110 Jefferson Ave, Penthouse Brooklyn, NY 11216
Sophia and fellow apprentice alumnus, Lauren Butler, from One Year Lease theater company’s summer 2017 apprenticeship in Greece have founded a theater/production company of their own: The Tadpoles!
No tickets needed; just show up! You can register on Facebook here!
WHEN: October 24 @ 6 pm & 8 pm
WHERE: Hunter’s Point Park South, Long Island City, Queens
This piece was presented as the debut of The Tadpoles Theater Company at Moon-A-Logues a night of theater with a moon theme hosted by One Year Lease Theater Company earlier this month on October 4 at 138 S Oxford St Brooklyn, NY 11217.
Watch Sophia in the mockumentary, Casting Chloe, about the casting process, directed & written by: Jennifer Marie.
Best Comedy in The Festigious International Film Festival
Audience Choice & Best Ensemble in The Brightside Tavern Film Festival
Audience Choice in The Lovesick Film Festival
Gold Award for Best Short Film & Diamond Award for Best Editing in The L.A. Short Awards
Full film below!
Come support Sophia's doing stand-up and hosting All-White Party for Memorial Day Weekend, showcasing local musicians and food vendors!
WHEN: Saturday, May 26 @ 6:30 pm-4 am
WHERE: Arrogant Swine (173 Morgan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11206)
Check out Sophia talking about being an artist, having purpose in life, and her relationship with technology on this podcast!
Come out and support Sophia's first official work of her own, Disconnected Touch, a devised/immersive/experimental/street/performance art piece that brings up the question if technology really brings us together or not.
Disconnected Touch is part of Howl Arts' Full Moon Series that honors Tom Murrin's full moon shows.
WHEN: Sunday, April 29 @ 4 pm
WHERE: Howl Arts (6 E 1st St between 2nd Ave & Bowery)
Directed by: Rani O'Brien
Devisers: Sophia Gutchinov, Dana Stern, & Jazmine Cornielle
There are no tickets and it does not cost anything to attend.