NEWS & EVENTS
2/1/2021 by ALIX TURNER
"Sergeant Davis (Nicole Berry) could easily have been played by Frances McDormand’s understudy"
"First Date has a title like a rom-com and a description that led me to expect a how-badly-can-things-go-wrong comedy like The Hangover. Neither of those is right: instead, this is an almost perfectly written comic drama that resists categorization..." READ MORE
1/31/2021 by KRISTY PUCHKO
"Nicole Berry as the steely Sergeant Davis is a surprise standout."
"...an action comedy that follows in the footsteps of movies like “Date Night,” “Game Night,” and “The Lovebirds,” and comes out being something uniquely its own. Written and directed by Manuel Crosby and Darren Knapp, the film follows a first date that teens Mike (Tyson Brown) and Kelsey (Shelby Duclos) will never forget." READ MORE
1/29/2021 by CHARLES BARFIELD
‘First Date’ Exclusive Clip: A Teen Buys A Terrible Car To Impress A Girl In This Sundance Comedy
The sneak peek on The Playlist introduces Sergeant Davis (Nicole Berry) & Deputy Duchovny (Samuel Ademola).
" A first date can really be stressful. What do you wear? What do you say? Do you try to act cooler than you actually are or just be yourself? And if you’re a teenager without a car, what the hell are you going to drive to pick your date up in? Well, that’s just the beginning of the problems that face shy teen Mike in the aptly titled Sundance film, “First Date.” " READ MORE
Sundance 2021 feature lineup includes First Date, starring Nicole Berry (click here for Sundance program listing)
"First Date is a purely entertaining throwback, billed by newcomer directing duo Manuel Crosby and Darren Knapp as a dark comedy and coming-of-age thriller (Superbad meets True Romance)." - Sundance
9/24/2020 by SHAWN MACOMBER
Historical horror author Erika Mailman and actress Nicole Berry resurrect Lizzie Borden this weekend (click for full article)
Few authors plumb the darker depths of history in a more thrilling, empathetic way than novelist Erika Mailman. This weekend there will be two opportunities to traipse amongst the shadows and time-hop with the author...
NICOLE'S FAVORITE OMITTED QUOTE: "...She (Lizzie Borden) was acquitted by the court, yet there are multiple jingles, rhymes, movies, shows and general opinions of her guilt. Supposedly, her hometown never embraced her innocence. What's more official, or real? The governmental decree of innocence, or the lifelong treatment of guilt by one's peers?..."
Jessica Laskey with Nicole Berry, Stories on Stage Sacramento's September 25 actor (click for full article)
Stories on Stage Sacramento's Casting Director, Jessica Laskey, in conversation with Nicole Berry, the actor who will perform an excerpt from Erika Mailman's award-winning novel The Murderer's Maid, Friday September 25 at 5:00 pm via Zoom. Register for the free performance here. If you can't make that time, don't worry! The performance will also be recorded and available on our YouTube channel for later viewing...