Every day she's learning how to make love more difficult.
EASY ABBY is a web series about the anxieties, assumptions and passive aggressions of romance as seen through the eyes of Abby, a chronic seducer with an anxiety disorder who’s just trying to get by. Our show features flawed charming sometimes neurotic characters. It's as much about the awkward as it is about the sexy.
Abby is a 30--something woman who is trying to manage her anxiety attacks while working odd jobs and seducing as many women as possible. In other words, she stays busy.
Shooting in Chicago. From writer/director Wendy Jo Carlton, who just released her award-winning feature film
"Jamie and Jessie are Not Together". www.JamieandJessie.com
WENDY JO CARLTON (Writer/Director/Producer)
Carlton was an artist-in-residence at 911 Media Arts in Seattle and a recipient of the Navona Fellowship from the University of Illinois Chicago, where she earned a graduate degree in film/new media. Her award-winning short films have screened internationally, including the American Film Institute, Sundance, and other festivals.
Jamie and Jessie are Not Together has won an Audience Award and Best Feature Award, a Jury Award for Best Lesbian Feature, and Jury Award for Best Actress (Jessica London-Shields). The film is receiving great reviews including LA Weekly, After Ellen, San Francisco Examiner and Curve Magazine. Distinguished film critics Roger Ebert (Sun-Times) and Michael Phillips (Tribune) both gave the film lovely 3-star reviews.
LISA CORDILEONE (Actor/Producer)
Lisa Cordileone has been acting in Chicago for 5 years and is focused on creating quality content as an actor and producer. Originally from upstate-New York, she earned a BFA in Theater from East Carolina University before moving and training at THE SECOND CITY Improv Conservatories.
Lisa has worked with distinguished Chicago Theater companies such as Stage Left Theatre (Warped by Barb Lhota), Profiles Theatre (Persuasion Paper 101 by Neil LaBute), and Side Project Theatre (Through the Middle Ground by Louis Cancelmi). Her work has received reviews in the Chicago Sun Times, Windy City Times, Theatre In Chicago, and the Chicago Free Press. Her voiceover work includes both the Commercial and AudioBook industries.