'Song Lives' at the Irish Arts Center December 11
December 11, 2015
Thrilled to be representing the home team at this American/Irish songwriter pairing series, curated by the great Susan Mckeown. By change, I'll be opening for Leo O'Kelly, who I supported in 2005 at the Cobblestone Pub in Dublin.
Dirty Waltz Band at Barbes! November 29
November 29, 2015
I'm singing a bunch of songs in 3/4 time with this miraculous 7-piece gypsy alt folk ensemble on the sunday after thanksgiving. hello brooklyn.
Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2! November 18
November 18, 2015
Me & the Boys on the BIg Stage in November!!! 9PM
RECORDING with Mr. Ben Sollee This Fall
October 8, 2015
Back in the studio for the first time in some time this fall in Louisville. Mr. Ben Sollee producing. Could not be more excited. More on this coming ...
Rebecca Gilman's 'Luna Gale' at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville KY
October 8, 2015
When teenage addicts are accused of neglecting their newborn daughter, a veteran social worker, Caroline, places her in the care of her grandmother. Then family secrets and religious devotion complicate what had seemed like a typical case, and Caroline must rely on her instincts while she struggles against a lack of resources and navigates denial, deceit, and loss. In this powerful, haunting drama about the difficulty of knowing how to do good in the world, faith meets doubt and the best intentions meet reality as the people who care most about baby Luna strive to find her a home. Opening 10/8, runs to 10/25. looking forward to my fifth production at this amazing place. Les Waters directs.
Rebecca Hart is a NYC-based actress and singer/songwriter. That's her playing guitar for the fictional band "Nipple Confusion" in Paramount's "Young Adult" w/Charlize Theron. New York stage credits include productions with The Civilians, Target Margin, Clubbed Thumb, and New Georges, and regional credits include lead roles at the 35th and 37th Humana Festivals (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Rebecca composed and co-wrote the original musical "Struck" (Ice Factory Festival/New Ohio), and has also written songs for Target Margin Theatre's "Uriel Acosta", and Collective Consciousness' hip-hop/folkrock hybrid musical "How to Break", which she also performed at SPKRBOX (National Theatre of Oslo, Norway) and the 2014 National Alliance for Musical Theatre Festival Showcase (New World Stages NYC). Rebecca has played music all over the US and Ireland, and gigs regularly in NYC with and without an interesting mix of alt-folk players at venues like the Rockwood Music Hall and Joe's Pub. She holds a BA in Theatre from Brown University and trained as an actor with Maggie Flanigan at the Maggie Flanigan Studio. She is an Associate Artist with The Civilians and writes the food blog A Mouse Bouche: the Hart Sisters Eat Life with her sister Megan.