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Autumn just completed work on a private staged reading of a film with Angie Kristic and her company KBO Theatre Co. Cowgirl delved into the history and life of Frances Kavanaugh, one of two female Western writers of the 20th century. In it, Autumn played Jane Kavanaugh, an actress in LA in the ‘40’s. It was read mid-July at the Dramatists Guild Foundation at 356 W. 40th St.

Autumn worked with Permafrost Theater Company last week in a reading series to hear new work and help fund their company’s upcoming trip to Edinburgh.

Autumn just performed the role of a single mother from Dublin living in Detroit turned abusive in her most recent staged reading of Tripp. It was a show about a Disk Jockey in the ‘50’s who stayed up for 200 hours. Tripp will be read in London in September. It was read with KBO Theatre Co at the Dramatist’s Guild Foundation.


Awards

Best Actress in a Leading Role, 'night Mother

Best Actress in a Leading Role, Bells Are Ringing

Best Supporting Actress, How I Learned to Drive

About

Autumn Mirassou is a incredibly persevering actress and singer living in Brooklyn, NY. She made her way to New York City to cut her eye teeth on the theater, and is currently getting her feet wet in film and TV. She has also produced and written exciting original work and is presently writing a script she hopes to produce in 2020.