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Our September Buckle Bunny, Actor, Director, Eco & Animal Activist, Tna Feeik an rdrc “Since I was in first grade, I was dancing.”, smiles


our September Buckle Bunny, Tanna Frederick. This veteran thespian was told by her teacher that 'I marched to the beat of my own drummer' (“as I never followed her instructions”). Frederick quickly dropped that and went on to an intense classical piano program and theatre. “I graduated from the University of Iowa as Valedictorian and majored with honors in both Po- litical Science/International Relations and Theatre Arts,” she says. “This year I was very, very honored to receive the 'Distinguished Alumni Award' from the University. On Oct. 3rd my next film comes out, “Just 45 Minutes from Broadway”, co-starring Judd Nelson and an extraordinary cast, into theatres across the country.


Jaglom to date, about a Yiddish theatre family and the battle of the ‘artists vs. civilians’.


It’s my favorite film I’ve done with Henry It’s delightful,


funny, and is something I think everyone can enjoy.” In Just 45 Minutes from Broadway, Tanna reprises the role of Panda, which she


originated in Henry Jaglom’s long-running play of the same name. The film marks her fourth onscreen collaboration with the Jaglom, having previously starred in Hol- lywood Dreams (2007), Irene in Time (2009) and Queen of the Lot (2010), for which she won “Best Actress” at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival. Their fifth film together, The ‘M’ Word, which costars Michael Imperioli, Corey Feldman, Frances Fisher and Gregory Harrison, is currently in post-production


A mainstay of the Los Angeles theatre community, Frederick recently made her


directing debut with Claire Chaffee’s Why We Have a Body, in which she also co-starred, at the Edgemar Theatre. Previous Los Angeles theatre credits include A Safe Place at the Skylight Theatre, Echoes at The Coronet Theatre, Always…But Not Forever at the Edgemar, Sylvia at the Sierra Madre Playhouse as well as the Edgemar, and the stage version of Just 45 Minutes from Broadway, which ran for a record- breaking year at the Edgemar.


In 2009, she won The Maverick Award at the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival.


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