New/Old BTS pictures of Taylor Schilling from ‘The Titan’

Here are two new BTS pics from The Titan 

The Titan, March 2016. In the original ending of the movie, Abi (@tayjschilling) discovered that she was pregnant. In the flash-forward coda, we had a full prothetic. In post, this was felt as to be too much and the prosthetic was removed using CGI. & that’s @noahjupe hanging out and lighting up the set between takes.

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NEW: Taylor Schilling joins the cast of ‘Hamlet’ for Seattle Rep

Taylor Schilling joins the cast of ‘Hamlet’ for Seattle Rep

From Seattle Rep

An innovative adaptation of Shakespeare’s best-known play—widely regarded as the most influential literary work ever written—reimagined for modern audiences.

Join Artistic Director Braden Abraham and leading artists in the field as they dive into adaptor/director Erica Schmidt’s brand-new adaptation of Hamlet together for the first time. Through Schmidt’s thorough investigation of the text, the bonds of family and domestic relationships in the play will come to the forefront for audience examination and interpretation. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to watch incredible actors work with an adaptor to investigate a classic play.

Thursday, April 1st at 7.30 PM PT

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NEW photoshoot and interview of Taylor Schilling for Imagista Magazine

NEW photoshoot and interview of Taylor Schilling for Imagista Magazine

Taylor Schilling first grabbed our attention with her role as “Piper” on the hit  Netflix series, Orange Is the New Black. But the actress, who was nominated for a Golden Globe award for the role, is so much more than that. We caught up with the busy actress as she navigates being creative in the time of pandemic.

Imagista: Hello Taylor. How are you keeping at this curious point in history?

Taylor: With lots of practice, I have become quite adept at living by life day by day.  The ‘one day at a time’ practice is always very useful to me, but has proven to be even more vital now. Just as much as sleep or water. I’ve also gotten more involved in my own community, and spent time focusing on my interests outside of acting.

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Taylor Schilling scheduled for ‘Madness of Hercules’ on February 18

Taylor Schilling scheduled for ‘The Madness of Hercules’ on February 18

From Penn State Wilkes-Barre

Hercules is coming to Pennsylvania in a rendition of a Theater of War production that gained attention during its run in New York City in 2016. Now, you can join Penn State Wilkes-Barre in viewing a staged reading of “Madness of Hercules,” designed to guide the community in understanding and responding to acts of gun violence. This virtual event is open to the public and free to view with registration.

Translated and directed by Bryan Doerries, “Madness of Hercules” tells the story of the famed Greek demigod as he returns home to the city of Thebes, only to find that his home is being occupied by a local tyrant. With his invincible bow, Hercules takes on the task of freeing his family. However, in the heat of battle, Hercules loses sight of the true enemy, taking the lives of everyone in sight, including those of his wife and children. After realizing what he has done, Hercules finds support from his friend and fellow war veteran, Theseus, who encourages Hercules to share the weight of what he has done with the community.

Telling the tale of Hercules will be David Denman (The Office), Frankie Faison (The Wire), Taylor Schilling (Orange Is the New Black), Jumaane Williams (New York City Public Advocate) and Nyasha Hatendi (The Front Runner and Casual).

“Madness of Hercules” will be held virtually from 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 18. To learn more about Theater of War Productions, visit


Taylor Schilling participates in ‘The People’s Inauguration’ from Jan 21 – 31st

Taylor Schilling participates in ‘The People’s Inauguration’ from Jan 21 – 31st

From THR

Activist, speaker and author Valarie Kaur, together with partners Amplifier, the Revolutionary Love Project, Dream Corps and Sounds True, announced details today for the initiative meant to promote healing, justice and collective action around the presidential inauguration. It is scheduled for Jan. 21-31 and will be comprised of virtual and live events.

“The People’s Inauguration” will feature artists, musicians, faith leaders, and movement leaders. Programming consists of teach-ins, performances and discussions around core themes of wonder, grief, fight, rage, listen, reimagine, breathe, push, transition and joy. The participant lineup includes such names as Alysia Reiner, Aloe Blacc, America Ferrera, Cristela Alonzo, Debra Messing, Emily Tosta, Florence Pugh, Gina Belafonte, Grace Pekrul, Jamie Margolin, Maggie Wheeler, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Peppermint, Rachel Bloom, Rain Phoenix, Rashad Robinson, Rosario Dawson, Russell Craig, Taylor Schilling, Tracee Ellis Ross, Ai-jen Poo, Baratunde Thurston, Caitlin Breedlove, Deepa Iyer, Isa Noyola, Lisa Sharon Harper, Rabbi Sharon Borus, Resistance Revival Chorus, Sherrilyn Ifill, Simran Jeet Singh, Susan Raffo and Van Jones.

“It will be a celebration of what’s possible for this country,” Kaur says. “In the wake of violence, insurrection, and white supremacist terror, we are bringing people together around healing, justice, and community. We invite people to share their vision for a multi-racial America where we are all safe and free.”

More information can be found here.

Taylor Schilling joins Seattle Rep’s new online series ‘Plays in Process’

Taylor Schilling joins Seattle Rep’s new online series ‘Plays in Process’


From Broadway World

Plays in Process events will range in focus, but always showcase a diverse range of extraordinary artists in the exploration of key elements in a play’s production work.

Seattle Rep has announced its new virtual series, Plays in Process, a unique program that gives audiences rare exposure to the raw, behind-the-scenes creative process of plays on the horizon at Seattle Rep. Hosted by Artistic Director Braden Abraham, Plays in Process will feature top playwrights, directors, actors, and musicians including Uma Thurman (Kill Bill), Cheryl L. West (Shout Sister Shout!), David Strathairn (Good Night and Good Luck), Taylor Schilling (“Orange is the New Black”), E. Faye Butler (Pullman Porter Blues), Erica Schmidt (MAC BETH), and more in monthly installments that will get underway in January 2021.

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