I'm playing Matt Damon (obviously) in MATT & BEN by Brenda Withers and Mindy Kaling.
We are performing in REP and I'm part of CAST B. Here are the dates:
Thursday, March 31st - 9PM - Cast B
Friday, April 1st - 7PM - Cast B
Saturday, April 2nd - 7PM - Cast B
Sunday, April 3rd - 5PM - Cast B
Sunday, April 3rd - 9PM - Cast B
1. Credit card - Tickets will be available online via this EventBrite for $12.50 plus a service charge approximately $2. To get the discounted price you must use the promo code "oscar"
2. Cash at the door - If available tickets will be $20 cash at the door.
Sometimes I do improv! I will be doing a show at UCB East with some other funny people! Tickets are not available for reservation, but if you go to the box office before the show (153 E. 3rd St. at Avenue A), there will be tickets available for purchase!
Join me (and many other talented actors) at Journey into Absurdity! This showcase is hosted by The Actor's Project New York City (TAPNYC). Tickets are available at here. I will be performing a monologue in which I do my best Denzel. I hope to see you there!
India Choquette plays Rosemary West, a serial killer from England currently imprisoned for participating in the murders of at least ten women. This production, MY LIFE AMONG THE SERIAL KILLERS, is based on the book of the same title by Dr. Helen Morrison, a forensic psychiatrist who has dedicated her professional life to studying serial killers. The play is an immersive theater piece, the first run taking place at Film Biz Recycling in Brooklyn and is a project of The Viewpoints Collective.
India becomes an elite member of The Actors Project New York City, a company dedicated to assisting actors land representation and showcase their talents. Under the artistic direction of Bobby Holder, actors hone their craft and network. India is continuously inspired by this incredible group of young actors and is refreshed and energized after every troop meeting, rehearsal, and performance.
India developed the role of Celia, an idealistic feminist who despairs when she fails to be discovered as an actress. During the third act of the play, she loses herself and becomes Hamlet!
India appeared in Sarah Sander's new play PLAYGROUNDS on October 17th, 18th,and 19th at Barnard College. She played Justine, who takes a job as a nanny as she struggles to move past her history of addition and regain the trust of her family.
Columbia Spectator article covering PLAYGROUNDS: 'Playgrounds' puts CU Players' actors to the test
Her Campus interview: India Choquette: You Can Find Her on the Playgrounds!
India plays Laura, the young whimsical and uncomfortable sister in Tennessee William's famous play, The Glass Menagerie. This production is put on by the Prague Playhouse, a company that works to stage plays in English in the Czech Republic. This role is especially challenging for her as Laura's personality, physicality, and demeanor is nothing like her own, but she found little tricks to make the performance authentic (shortening the heels on one of her shoes to help with her limp) and is excited by the experience!