Perry Frost, Altanta-based comedienne and director of The Murder Mystery Company, makes her dramatic, film debut in the new faith-based film, “New Hope.” With extensive improvisational theatre work and performing for sold-out audiences, Perry’s transition to film is a new and rewarding experience. Perry is a genuine, consummate artist with an impressive portfolio in the fields of music, portrait painting, and visual art.
In this interview, Frost talks with CMC host, Cheryl Ariaz Wicker, about the challenges of growing up as a Pastor’s daughter and playing the role of a bad girl. Frost believes in the power of visual media to reach out to teens and influence culture in a positive way.
Perry plays Jasmine Stone, a troubled high school senior trying to pick up the pieces and make sense of her life after the suicide of her boyfriend, Chase. When Michael Evans (Samuel Davis) a pastor’s son comes to town as a new student, Jasmine’s life is both enriched and complicated by her relationship with Michael…and possibly changed in very dramatic ways. “New Hope” is the story of relational connection, restoration and hope in God. “New Hope,” released on DVD on October 9, 2012.
To view the trailer, click here . To know more about the movie visit www.newhopemovie.com.