About

Fast Facts

Name:
Becky Mezzanotte

Education:
MA: International Media
BA: International Studies
BA: Film and Media Studies

Random Facts:
Loves thrill rides and adventures, Loves Halloween, Reenacts the Civil War, Can make realistic theatrical blood

Current obsession:
Yuri! on Ice

Words to Live By:
“What stops you here, stops your entire life.”  -Chuck Palahniuk, Haunted

About Becky

Becky Mezzanotte (or Becky Mezz as she is commonly called) has been described as the kind of person who takes the paper life gives you and makes a paper crane from it. Becky is a beauty pageant contestant turned ballerina turned musician turned actor turned filmmaker/photographer turned graduate of the International Media program at American University.  She is a Baltimore native who currently lives in Silver Spring, MD, and works as the Programming Manager for LeftField Media.

During her free time, Becky spends hours shooting photographs, shooting films with her team Awkward Trio Productions, writing television/movie scripts (which she actually hopes to film), reading books, obsessing over British and Korean TV shows, making fake blood, reenacting the American Civil War and traveling wherever her feet may take her. She has lived in Prague and Cairo and traveled to London, Edinburgh, Alexandria, Siwa, Luxor, Aswan, Vienna, Berlin, Tokyo, Toronto and a number of places in the United States. Her most recent crazy adventure involved driving to Toronto with her best friend to see her favorite K-Pop band.

She is the director and producer of several short films, many of which were submissions for the Baltimore 48 Hour Film Project. She is also a former props designer and the former production manager for Nu Sass Productions.

More of her opinions can be found as a contributing writer to Sutradhar’s Market and her photography can be seen featured for History Matters/ Back to the Future for their eventScenes from Historic Women Playwrights: Read by Luminaries of the Stage” event in 2012.

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Mentions of Becky in the Media

The audience controls the action in ‘Happy Hour,’ and, yes, you get a drink

BWW Review: Spooky Action Theater Rewrites History with COLLABORATORS

‘Collaborators’: Spooky Action Theater spins a semi-absurdist tale

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Our Lady of the Clouds’

‘A Bright Room Called Day’ at Nu Sass Productions

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