Last update: 02.10.2022
THE LAST TOUCH
A young couple struggles to keep their love alive in a world where technology has replaced intimacy, and human touch is deadly.
Monica Blaze Leavitt lends her voice to the tyrincal Artificial Intelligence in the award-winning dystopian short movie, THE LAST TOUCH written, directed by, and starring award-winning international artist Melissa Mars (From Paris with Love, Deadly Delusions).
For the closing of the festival run, catch the movie online, or in person, at the Garden State Film Festival 2022 in Asbury Park, NJ!
The Last Touch Movie Review
"Actress Monica Blaze Leavitt voices Sweet Cherry, a subtle yet haunting auditory reminder of who is in control. Leavitt reminds me a bit of the computer voice on Star Trek, except more comforting, yet the underlying tones suggest she is only nice when obeyed."
~ Dan's Movie Report
Live Reading on Zoom
2/8/2021 - 6:30pm EST
Legends of Emimencia
Monica is reading the role of FREET in TheatreMakers Studio Reading Series: Taking Wing: Legends of Emimencia written by Johnny Blaze Leavitt.
She is performing with Broadway Stars including - Richard Blake, Betsy Struxness, Christopher Tierney, Jim Stanek, Tori Feinstein, Hayley Brooke Feinstein, Bryn Sentnor, Riley Glick as well as Johnny Blaze Leavitt and Kaleigh Cronin.
Stay tuned for future presentations!
Mister Dusty Rose’s Ghost Show
Monica Blaze Leavitt directs Mister Dusty Rose’s Ghost Show, the critically acclaimed immersive hit starring mind reader and mystery entertainer Anthony Logan Cole. The 2020 UK Tour brought an immersive history of seance and mediumship to Manchester’s Antwerp Mansion, Pump House Arts, and Swiss Church in London’s West End from Oct 5-16 2020.
The intimate experience gained both audience and critical acclaim for its run.
Mister Dusty Rose’s GHOST SHOW is, therefore, a success in theatrical terms. This is a late-night visit to a man who is unlike any other that you have ever come across. And it takes place in a building that you probably don’t ever want to go back into again. But given what performance theatre has had to endure just to exist in 2020, it’s a welcome relief and pleasure to have made the visit at all.
~ The GM Reviewer