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Taylor Schilling to be at the New Bedfort Festival Theatre on July 20
SAVE THE DATE! It is our pleasure to announce that Taylor Schilling, leading actress in the hit show Orange Is The New Black, will be NBFT’s special Guest of Honor on July 20th!
As a member of our community, you’ll have the chance to meet the actress in person shortly after she attends our production of Mamma Mia!
Tickets will be limited, and the event link will be provided soon. Be sure to LIKE our page to receive notifications so you don’t miss it!
You can purchase your ticket here
Taylor Schilling to host ‘2019 Women of Vision’ from the David Lynch Foundation
2019 Women of Vision. 11:30 am.
Reception, luncheon, and program.
Hosted by Lena Dunham, Taylor Schilling, Rosanna Scotto.
Honoring Lisa Beatha, Amalia Dayan, Deborra-lee Furness.
Tickets from $500.00. Tables from $10,000.00.
Event address: 583 Park Ave., New York.
Sponsored by Alex and Ani.
Event web address: wov.davidlynchfoundation.org/.
Here’s a new interview and picture of Taylor Schilling from the Toronto Film Festival
Taylor Schilling on Public Libraries and her latest film, ‘The Public’“The movie is simple and has a very clear message: that everyone’s voice matters,” she explains.
“For me, a library is a place where people can come for free and obtain information, and it’s equal to all. It’s actually democracy [in] action for me, ” actor Taylor Schilling says of her role in The Public, a film written and directed by Emilio Estevez, which centers around a theme that is more important today than ever. Unfolding mostly within a public library, the storyline follows people from all walks of life as they are forced to make emotional connections with one another due to extreme weather conditions.
These connections are tested and political innuendos abound. “The movie is simple and has a very clear message: that everyone’s voice matters and by no means can we judge our fellow humans on their outside experiences and circumstances. Everybody’s human, you know.” And while the subject matter may be intense, the location in which the film takes place is one of nostalgia for Schilling. “We would go [to the local library] in the summer and there was some sort of a program where you would get a sticker for every book you read, and you’d get a prize at the end of the summer if you read x number of books, I guess I’ve always been a goal-oriented type of girl.”