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Television Interviews:

TV Feature for the movie premiere of "Votes for Women", in which Joelle played suffragette Alice Paul in her childhood home in Mount Laurel, NJ; the release of the film scheduled for the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. The show began as a staged production before being opted for film. John Bathke interviewing. Jan 2021.

Highlight Reels:

The Lightning Thief: The Musical (TYA 1st Nat’l) 
Rob Rokicki/Joe Tracz
Directed by: Josiah Davis
AD: Maggie Lee
PSM: Tara Tolar-Payne
Set Designer: Jean Kim
Costume Design: Meg Powers

"Joelle Zazz plays bit player Lana Sherwood as a bit of a Martha Raye cut-up with lots of ’40s sass". -- Jim Testa,

“It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play,” adapted by Joe Landry and directed by Joseph Discher, ran at the Mile Square Theatre (2019).

"Mile Square Theatre (MST) [...] present[s] the quirky yet captivating Bunnicula by Jon Klein, with music by Chris Jeffries, and directed by Jillian Carucci. This strange bunny tale is adapted from the well-known books by Deborah and James Howe, and brought to life through engaging performances by Joelle Zazz, Cameron Blankenship, Rachel Eddy, Lucas Brahme, Rebecca Muller, Austin Nguyen, and Andrew Baldwin—who employs his puppetry skills as the title character." -

Shakespeare in Love preview for the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ. Director: Bonnie J. Monte.

More Theatre Television Features:

Television interview and feature
for News 12 NJ--"Votes for Women" (Play Version before opted for screen.)
Speranza Theatre Company,
August 27th, 2020.

Television feature for "State of the Arts" on PBS--"Midsummer Night's Dream"

The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ,

July 24th, 2017.

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