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Alex DeFelice on the Creation of “Post-Life Crisis”

Alex DeFelice on the Creation of “Post-Life Crisis”

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Emily Li, Arts and Entertainment Editor
December 9, 2017

Over the summer Alex DeFelice (‘18)  and her friends Seth Pollock, Evan Bailey, Molly Broughton, Sigourney Weaver, Jen Frisch- Wang, and Jamie Hassle created a short film called "Post-Life Crisis," where she was an actor and the producer. “Post-Life Crisis” is the story of a ghost mother and ghost father each fighting for the ghost custody of their live daughter. This short film is quirky, funny, and unique— something only a group of high schools could have come up with. Alex has been involved in many productions at Berkeley Carroll including last year’s productions of Blood Brothers. ...

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