Episodes and Behind The Scenes videos from Producing Juliet.
In this finale to Season One, Rebecca and Juliet go back to the beginning to move forward.
The reading for Juliet’s play, When I Imagined You With Me, is about to hit the stage but the drama backstage has the spotlight.
Rebecca, Andrea and Juliet start their search for a theatre space forcing them into some hard decisions that will affect the play and their personal lives.
Get ready for the final episodes of Producing Juliet’s first season!
Juliet is confronted with Evan’s questions about her play, forcing the two of them into realities about their relationship.
With Rebecca fully committed to producing Juliet’s new play, possible consequences start to take shape.
We learn promises made on opening night as we peek into Rebecca and Laura’s relationship behind closed doors.
Rebecca and Juliet meet for the first time changing the course of their lives and the lives of the people around them.
Introducing Producing Juliet
Alexis Slade chats about being the new girl, working with her old Anyone But Me castmate Rachael Hip-Flores and her new passion as a puppet master.
With Season One behind us, we revisit with the cast to get there take on everything that went down this season. And in this episode we learn what Alisha would like for Rebecca and what she’s most grateful for.
Chris Hadley talks to our Executive Producer/Writer/Director, Tina Cesa Ward, on the show’s origins, gay and lesbian characters in mainstream programming and how art can change your life.
Chris Hadley speaks with our producer Rochelle Dancel about how she got involved, handling our social media and being grateful for fantastic fan comments.
Chris Hadley talks with producer Allison Vanore about what personal interests drew her to Producing Juliet and the ups and downs of being an indie producer.
In the first of this four part series, Snobby Robot’s Chris Hadley explores the world of our composer, Rob Gokee.
In the last of our current Cast Conversations series, we get to know our cast in a game of (not-so-rapid) fire, ending with the question, “Rebecca or Juliet?”
Stacey Raymond, Alisha Spielmann and Jenny Grace discuss their onscreen love triangle and weigh in on open relationships.
Rachael Hip-Flores discusses being born weary, the reaction from her fans and what she gets up to in her off time.
Betty Kaplan gets some advice on playing a producer from our own producer, Rochelle Dancel, and describes The Alisha Spielmann Effect.
Chinaza Uche discusses being an actor playing an actor, the drama that lives in a theatre company, zombies and Game of Thrones.
Andy Phelan, discusses blending the theatre and film worlds, the Juliet framily, and a cameo from his very cute sidekick, Otho.
Alisha Spielmann discusses getting back as much as you give, being welcomed into the web series world and puppies.
Kevin Sebastian discusses being kept in the dark over his character, Richard; how he first met Rachael Hip-Flores, and what it’s like being a guy on Producing Juliet.
Stacey Raymond discusses her character Michelle, her on-set therapist and practicing her psychic abilities on the Producing Juliet team
Jenny Grace discusses her character Laura, being part of the web series Wild West and the handsomest cat in the world.