an unpredictable thing

Rhonda Keyser appeared as Elspeth, one of the “wonderfully kooky local characters” opposite Tate Ellington in Josh Klausner’s Wanderland, which had its world premier at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2017 and played in theatres in NY and LA. You can find it streaming on AmazonPrime.

In spring 2016 she played Martha in Luke Rosen’s play, Over the Moon with Trains in two separate productions as it was developing.

She acted in the winning short film entry for the upcoming Project Greenlight winning director, Jason Mann. She played Alice in Grant Varjas’ Undetectable at the Planet Connections Theatre festival at the Paradise Theater, and understudied for Leo, the Russian translator in Kristen Kosmas’  There There, a PS122 production at the Chocolate Factory directed by Paul Willis. At the Paradise Theater, Rhonda has also been seen as Burry in Tom Noonan’s What the Hell’s Your Problem? as Cherry in the stage piece Cherry and as Reagan in Losing Ground,  both written and directed by Bryan Wizemann, and as the pregnant Rhonda (while actually pregnant) in Lisa Ebersole’s People Die That Way.

Rhonda has appeared opposite Sam Rockwell in James Strouse’s The Winning Season and worked opposite Jane Curtin in the pilot The Rioty Show, directed by Dianne Dreyer.

She directed and starred in an unpredictable thing (Solange Productions), a short film  based on a monologue written for her by Tom Noonan, which screened in 7 festivals across the country.

She is a member of the Paradise Theater Company.



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