|Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas held a launch party for their new film|
in NYC. Photo Suzanne Ordas Curry
Perched on the 9th floor of The # 3 West Club overlooking Rockefeller Center invited guests were the first to learn about the first venture of Broad Street Pictures,
LLC. Broad Street Pictures is founded by Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas. Producer/Actress Alysia currently plays the roles of Fig in the wildly successful Netflix drama Orange is the New Black
and D. A Parks in the new Shonda Rhimes ABC hit How To Get Away With Murder
. Philadelphia's Sarah Megan Thomas is the executive producer and writer of the movie Backwards, now available nationwide in stores including Walmart and on most on-demand services. She also starred in it. Both of these ladies have substantial resumes of acting roles in familiar shows.
|Alysia Reiner, Sarah Megan Thomas and Amy Fox of|
Broad Street Productions Photos Suzanne Ordas Curry
These two females are making a name for themselves in Hollywood, a place still male-dominated. The party was a launch for their new film about women in business, Wall Street to be exact. Guests also met writer Amy Fox
, who wrote the movie. Fox recently had her play, Heights, adapted as a feature film. It starred Elizabeth Banks, Glenn Close
and James Marsden. It premiered at Sundance
and was released nationwide. Amy said "I did a lot of research" for this new script for Broad Street Pictures
. She also teaches at NYU.
|Carrie Preston, David Alan Basche|
and Amir Arison (L-R)
Guests mingled with Alysia, Sarah and Amy as well as other guests. Alysia's husband David Alan Basche
, who plays on TVLand's The Exes
, was happy to chat with guests. Other stars mingling with guests in support of their friends Alysia and Megan were Carrie Preston
of The Good Wife. Margaret Colins
(Backwards, Gossip Girl, As The World Turns), Beth Ehlers
(Guiding Light and All My Children) and Amir Arison
(The BlackList, Zero Hour, Law and Order SVU), among others.
Good luck to this dynamic duo on their first collaboration. These two females should be quite a forward force in Hollywood in years to come, Is Pink
the New Blue?
For updates on twitter: @broadstreetpics
Story and photos Suzanne Ordas Curry
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