Ashley Morgan Bloom is the Lead Actress in the New York Times Top Ten Show ‘Basetrack Live,’ a multi-media theatrical piece that explores the impact of the War in Afghanistan to the men who fight it and the families they return to.
Playing Melissa Czubai, a Marine Wife, The New York Times says “Ms. Bloom gives engaging, natural performances.” Performing at BAM in 2014, ‘Basetrack Live’ toured the country in 2014 and again in the fall of 2016, completing a 40 city tour. Visit basetracklive.com for upcoming show dates.
Ashley Morgan Bloom plays Gina, a hoodlum teenager, in the independent short ‘Gun’, a 2013 Sundance Official Selection.
One of Ashley’s most recent roles is of Amanda Joyner in the feature film ‘Love Isn’t Enough.’ Nick Allen of RogerEbert.com calls it “the ‘Blue Valentine’ of sorts of the Black Lives Matter discourse.”
In August 2016, ‘Love Isn’t Enough’ premiered at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago as an Official Selection of the Black Harvest Film Festival. See a review of the film here. ‘Love Isn’t Enough’ is an Official Selection of the 2016 California Long Beach Indie International Film Festival and the 2017 Toronto Black Film Festival. ‘Love Isn’t Enough’ is now available on Amazon.
In August 2017, Ashley performed in a New American Play, ‘The Untold Yippie Project,’ by Becca Schlossberg. This new work is inspired by a true story in 1970 when a group of Yippies organized a takeover of Disneyland; don’t miss Jed Ryan’s review from the Huffington Post.
Most currently, Ashley plays the lead female in the short film ‘Love Birds’ and a supporting role in the feature ‘And There Were 4,’ which was accepted into the 2018 Comicpalooza Film Festival in Houston, TX. ‘And There Were 4’ will be making its New York City debut at the Hip Hop Film Festival in Harlem on Friday, August 3rd! Get your tickets at eventbrite.com. Stay tuned for more updates!
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