The Creative Actors Alliance Presents...



We recently received Letters of Intent from

Brian Dietzen of NCIS to portray the part of "Jesse Armstead".
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Bruce Davison of X-Men to portray the part of "John Lively".
Bruce Davison picture


We are excited to attach Sharon Rosen as the director of our female driven drama, WIDOWS’ SONG. Her extensive theater experience, makes her the perfect choice to direct this project, as it is adapted from the stage play, MAY THE LORD TAKE A LIKEN TO YOU.

Sharon Rosen has worked in both film and theatre.  She was involved with Tim Burton's Batman movie along with his pet project…A documentary about Vincent Price.  Ms. Rosen’s production of Play It Cool received an Outer Critics Circle nomination Off-Broadway, and an Off-Off-Broadway GLADD nomination for the NYMF production. In Los Angeles, Play It Cool received numerous award nominations, including the Los Angeles GLADD Award nomination for Outstanding New LA Play. Sharon is preparing to direct the revival of Oh What A Lovely War. She was a producer for Vanities The Musical at Second Stage Theatre, consulting producer on the Off-Broadway production of The Irish Curse – now published at Samuel French, and with Fremont Associates, she worked on Broadway’s Ring of Fire and the Pasadena Playhouse production of Mask. She has worked closely with Academy Award nominee Anna Hamilton Phelan and Grammy Award winners Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil and Tony Winning Director, Richard Maltby, Jr.. Sharon co-produced The Tricky Part, Off-Broadway, which received an Obie Award and both Drama Desk and Outer Critics’ Circle nominations.  She was one of the original producers of They Wrote That? The Music of Mann/Well.  Also in New York, she produced and directed the world premiere of Drowning in Euphoria at the McGinn-Cazale Theatre. Sharon produced and directed the West Coast premiere of Always…Patsy Cline, starring Sally Struthers, playing at both The Coronet and The Laguna Playhouse and Las Vegas. The show received best production honors in Las Vegas in 2000.  Her American premiere production of Slow Love earned her seven Drama-Logue Awards (including Critic’s Choice and Best Production) and her LA premiere of David Budbill’s Judevine brought her three more. Sharon produced the production of RUMI with Paul Sills, founder of Second City and creator of the Tony Award winning Story Theater. Since 1990, Sharon has been Executive Director of the Silk Rd. Theatre Company. Other productions that have received critical praise include Still Photos, The Portrait Norman Rockwell Forgot to Paint, Waterworks, Echoes, Triplet and All I Want For Christmas. Sharon has been on the Board and served as a consultant for Celebration Theatre for five years. She has worked extensively teaching theatre to both adults and children, and has taught Acting and Directing at various schools including NYU and The National Theatre Workshop for the Handicapped, Step One Talent, as well as communications at Brooklyn College.
She is currently conceived and is directing the Broadway aimed PopStar 


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