August 27, 2018

New Commercial & Film Project for August 2018

This month, Noreen booked and worked on a commercial and a principal role in a short film titled "Engaged", written, directed and produced by David Scala from Spectral Light Industries, LLC. She played the character 'Lucia'. 

November 29, 2019

Noreen Q. Wraps Up Work on the Short Film "Poison Ivy"

Noreen completes filming her role as Millie, a young dancer working at a dance school in the film "Poison Ivy", with the all female cast and crew. The film is set to be released in December. 

November 28, 2017

Noreen Q. Finishes Filming "Choices"

Noreen Quadir wraps up her short film "Choices", written and directed by Jhaelyn Arteaga. In this drama, Noreen plays the character Sareena, a young girl who has a controlling mother that tries to make her life decisions. The film is set to be released in January 2018. 

October 09, 2017

Noreen Quadir Will Be Playing Emma in the Children's Play "Magic, Moonlight and Mardi Gras" at the New York New Works Theatre Festival

The children's play "Magic, Moonlight and Mardi Gras", written and directed by Martha Horstman-Evans, will be part of the New York New Works Theatre Festival's productions on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Noreen Quadir will be playing Emma, one of the members of the "Circle of Three".

October 04, 2017

Noreen Quadir Plays Shabana Pasha in "A Muslim in the Midst"; Yale's Review

Review of the play "A Muslim in the Midst", written and directed by Anand Rao. The play was performed at Yale's Crescent Theater, where Noreen Quadir performed the role of Shabana Pasha.

"A Muslim in the Midst, written and directed by Anand Rao, was staged on September 8 at the Crescent Underground Theater in Morse College at Yale. Set in Bangalore, India, in the aftermath of 9/11, the play portrays the unexpected encounter of two couples. The simple but resilient Haneef Pasha (portrayed with élan by Ram Kanneganti) and his demure, yet steadfast wife, Shabana Pasha (played with grace and verve by Noreen Quadir), are newly-arrived poor, Muslim migrants to the city from rural India. The world-weary and conflict-averse Raj Sunder (Jay Nambiar is in his element here) and the self-confident and high-minded Priya Sunder (Dipti Mehta delivers an impassioned performance) are an upper-middle class Hindu couple who take pity on the Pashas and decide to give them a ride to their final destination in the city."

August 10, 2017

Noreen Quadir's Feature in Indie Activity

Noreen discusses her acting process and her background in an interview with Indie Activity.

"I like my performance to be organic. So the preparing that I do is making sure I understand my character well, what’s going on in the scene, what my relationship with the other character is, how my character feels, what is their objective, and what is their obstacle. I also see what similar experiences and feelings I have that I can use. All of that helps me deliver my performance in the moment."

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