Touring

Thanks to all the contributors on Indiegogo and a large contribution from George  Zimmer, we raised a total of $21,000 to take Talking with Angels to the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  On the heels of our success at the Festival our next big project will be to take TWA on tour in the UK and USA.  Our budget for this is $75,000.  Your contribution will help underwrite this endeavor and future performances  at interfaith centers in and around Los Angeles, where we are based.


Your tax-deductible contribution will help bring

Talking with Angels: Budapest, 1943 to thousands of people!

"Mitchell’s performance is superb. She switches between Mallasz and her heavenly tutors with effortless physical ease. A slight change in posture and a subtle vocal transformation is all she needs to make the changes utterly believable. She makes it look easy but her technique is honed with pinpoint precision. She is an enigmatic presence and her characters crackle with spiritual life."                                                                            BROADWAY BABY

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TALKING WITH ANGELS is first and foremost an inspirational message for those who have questioned mainstream religion yet remain deeply spiritual in their own  independent way. Self-awareness, mindfulness and authenticity are at the center of many conversations these days, and these subjects are at the center of Talking with Angels. 

This play is about the power of a few people and their tremendous spiritual power as individuals.  Talking with Angels is not simply vehicle for entertainment and not solely a spiritual text meant for solitary study; this performance is a co-creation where audience meets actor for a spiritual infusion.

Online tax deductible contributions for Talking with Angels can be made to our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas.  Click here to donate!


Checks can be made out to Fractured Atlas/Talking with Angels and sent to:

Fractured Atlas/Talking with Angels
248 West 35th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10001


Ph. (888) 692-7878

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Review  of TWA from the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival