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LTSFI alumnae star in the Independent feature entitled Malibu Road, Karen Eilbacher joins the cast of Fun Home and Jessica Lange will star in Feud.

“Malibu Road” is an Indy film featuring alumnae Jessica Jade Andres and Lillian Solange. Dr. Raymond Forrester, professor of psychology at UCLA, takes student and Hollywood starlet malibu-roadDorothy Crowder to a Malibu hotel of questionable reputation. The two ingest LSD, sent in a mysterious package to Forrester, and become some of the first Americans to go on a psychedelic experience. The experience takes a turn for the deadly during New Year’s Eve 1960 and  now the duo must rediscover reality or be trapped in an endless cycle of sex, drugs and murder in ‘paradise.’ Check out the intriguing trailer here:

Jessica Jade Andres
Lillian Solange


Karen Eilbacher


Karen Eilbacher has been recently added to the cast of the first national tour of Fun Home. For those who do not know Fun Home is the story of Alison Bechdel’s coming of age, with particular emphasis on her relationship to her father, Bruce Bechdel. Alison’s coming out as a lesbian is complicated by the revelation that Bruce had also had homosexual relationships, including encounters with males below the age of consent. Find out more about the tour and tickets via the following




Jessica Lange

Lastly we have one of the godmothers of the Method, Jessica Lange starring in Feud. Based on the legendary rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford Feud covers the genesis of their feud which began early in their careers and climaxed on the set of “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”


Be on the lookout for the premiere the beginning of next year!







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