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Sam Strelitz


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Sam Strelitz


Film


Film


Sides

Tess is determined to humiliate her boyfriend in front of another woman - but in this comedy of confrontation nothing goes as planned

 

Placebo

Interconnected characters search for hope, a chance, or in Sara's case - first love. In New York City everyone has a story to tell.

 

Plurality

In the near future technology means the end of crime, but as the government fights for control, Alana fights for the truth - but even she is not who she says she is.

 

Any Day Now

 

Small-town beauty Sam arrives in NYC with only a wide-eyed hope of a modeling career and an unfinished affair with a politician to help her navigate the isolation of a foreign city and new life.

My Ketchup Smiles

Diana struggles to come to terms with her sister Daisy's illness and the differences that plague them over the course of an afternoon.

That's Alice

 

Alice is willing to do whatever it takes to get Sam back, even if it means putting him in precarious positions. 

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Theater


Theater


"Becky (Samantha Strelitz), plays the bitch goddess prom queen... Yet as the play develops, and especially as the characters come to life in the hands of the strong ensemble of actors, those clichés start to melt away and our hearts go out to them. Even Becky, whom most of them have intensely disliked since their high school days, turns out to have surprising depths, and her final "I'm so sorry for you loss" truly means something."                                           -Talkin' Broadway

"Becky (Samantha Strelitz), plays the bitch goddess prom queen... Yet as the play develops, and especially as the characters come to life in the hands of the strong ensemble of actors, those clichés start to melt away and our hearts go out to them. Even Becky, whom most of them have intensely disliked since their high school days, turns out to have surprising depths, and her final "I'm so sorry for you loss" truly means something."

                                          -Talkin' Broadway

  “The versatile, all-female cast and hilarious script       in Death for Sydney Black mix Mean Girls, American Pie, and a number of beloved Disney princess tales with bawdy, dark humor, and pop culture references. If you’re a fan of any of the aforementioned movies you’ll probably enjoy this show; we are, and we did.” -Maxamoo.com          

  “The versatile, all-female cast and hilarious script       in Death for Sydney Black mix Mean Girls, American Pie, and a number of beloved Disney princess tales with bawdy, dark humor, and pop culture references. If you’re a fan of any of the aforementioned movies you’ll probably enjoy this show; we are, and we did.”

-Maxamoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

    "Samantha Strelitz is hysterical as Cara, the dilettante actress trust funder with a condo on Perry Street, who nevertheless claims to know a lot about life."   -Theatermania            

 

 

"Samantha Strelitz is hysterical as Cara, the dilettante actress trust funder with a condo on Perry Street, who nevertheless claims to know a lot about life."

 

-Theatermania

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Godlight is one of NYC theater’s true unsung heroes. This extraordinary company, which has perhaps the most consistent track record of producing excellent, thought-provoking, challenging fare with dazzling production values in spite of indie-level budgets. The company has developed a remarkable aesthetic over the years, telling stories with economy, immediacy and heightened theatricality.” –The Villager          

“Godlight is one of NYC theater’s true unsung heroes. This extraordinary company, which has perhaps the most consistent track record of producing excellent, thought-provoking, challenging fare with dazzling production values in spite of indie-level budgets. The company has developed a remarkable aesthetic over the years, telling stories with economy, immediacy and heightened theatricality.”

–The Villager

 

 

 

 

 

“Pam, an Olympic champion trying to downplay her fame and admitting 'I never should have gotten married,' is brought to life successfully by Sam Strelitz."   -Woman Around Town  

“Pam, an Olympic champion trying to downplay her fame and admitting 'I never should have gotten married,' is brought to life successfully by Sam Strelitz."

 

-Woman Around Town

 

  "As self-centered sister Celia, Samantha Strelitz created a character that was beyond recognizable. Though she only seemed to care about herself in the moment, the scene between Celia and Else post potential breakup was the strongest of the entire play."   -Theater in the Now            

 

"As self-centered sister Celia, Samantha Strelitz created a character that was beyond recognizable. Though she only seemed to care about herself in the moment, the scene between Celia and Else post potential breakup was the strongest of the entire play."

 

-Theater in the Now

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Above Photographer: Brian Goodwin, Wardrobe/Styling: Grace Yun

Above Photographer: Brian Goodwin, Wardrobe/Styling: Grace Yun, Hair/Makeup: Akihisa Yamaguchi 

Above Photographer: Scott Davis

Above left Photographer: Brian Goodwin, Hair/Makeup: Grace Yun  Above right Photographer: Payam Rahimian                

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