NYWIFT member Sarah Mack is starring in a series entitled It's Fine, A Series, now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Sarah Mack is a native Texan and the oldest of 8 children. She has a Jewish Jack Russel named Steinway and married an actor, Josh Price. She can be seen in It's Fine, A Series, a series which she co-created, wrote and produced, and can also be seen in the new VH1 Drama, Daytime Divas, playing Ramona Davies.
Sarah Mack and Lauren Dortch-Crozier are the writers and creators, as well as the two leads of this series. What began as an idea for a skit quickly evolved into a series, pulling from the many talented and creative women living in New York City. The project is a celebration of creative enterprise. The story highlights the many struggles to which any aspiring artist can relate through the combination no holes barred humor and a touch of real life pain.
The story follows Mackenzie Barker, a talented, albeit underemployed playwright, as she struggles to find the balance and hope between her dreams, her home life, her own self doubt, and the relentless bombardment of absurdities that plague her every day existence at her day job.
Mackenzie pays her bills selling high-end women's clothing to New York City's neurotic elite, which might be stressful enough, if it weren't fueled by her sociopathic, unbearably privileged coworker Cassidy Fink.
At the top of the series, Mackenzie finds out she is being considered for a playwriting honor that would be both career and life changing. But, as with most things in her life, it seems as though every time she is able to take one step forward, life punches back with a staggering force through hilarious and sometimes painfully difficult real life moments.
Watch the first season of the series here!
To find out more about the series, visit the website, follow Lauren Dortch-Crozier's coverage of the series, check out the IMDB page, and follow It's Fine, A Series on Instagram and Twitter.
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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Sep. 7, 2017