Kay Bridgeman is a producer, writer and actress. In 2010 she formed Bridgeman Quinn Productions with Donna Augustin Quinn in New York. Their aim was to produce critically acclaimed outstanding film and theatre. Mainly to help broaden the images of people of African descent and to promote universal stories that portrayed the triumphs, challenges, and complexities of our lives.“Magpie Sings The Blues” is the first film that Kay has ever written & produced. She aims is to turn this short film into a feature.
Kay also co-produced “Shoot 2 Win” with Donna; a play about an African American female Basketball team at The Cherry Lane Theatre Off-Broadway in New York. The first play Kay produced was a sold out, all black version of “King Lear” with Sonia Morris, followed by “Mules” a play about female drug traffickers, both plays were produced and performed at the Contact Theatre in Manchester.
As an actress Kay is currently performing at The Hope Theatre in Islington in “The Long Road South”, a play set in 60’s America during the Civil Rights movement. She has performed at The National Theatre, The Hampstead Theatre, The Royal Exchange, The Soho Theatre, The Cherry Lane Theatre, The contact & The Birmingham Rep. Kay has worked on an independent film called Cherps and she has also guest starred in numerous television roles including series regular in Rocket Man and roles in Murder in Mind, Eastenders, Red Cap, Holby City, Eustace Brothers to name a few.
Photographer, Victoria Baptiste Photography
Watch the trailer http://youtu.be/V76EzOEVCig
Buy the tickets: http://www.britishurbanfilmfestival.co.uk/book-tickets