BRONXNET | April 2019
OPEN host Rhina Valentin has the opportunity to sit down with actress Francesca Van Horne to discuss My Time, a play showcasing a woman's journey through the 7 stages of grief while going through a divorce. Click here to be directed to Broxnet site.
Red Hook Star-Revenue | April 2019
Neighborhood Portrait: Francesca Van Horne, By Emily Kluver
The Red Book | July 10, 2018
The Move From Manhattan
“I can’t believe that was my life,” Francesca Van Horne says in the same light tone she used to describe her recent career changes. But the topic is anything but light.
Francesca is a talented actor, writer, producer, and director. She’s a mother. She’s an active member of her local community, this community. She does it all and more.
Freestyle Digital Media Acquires EL GALLO For January Release
TV News Desk | December 18, 2017
Freestyle Digital Media, the digital film distribution division of Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios, has acquired the North American rights to the boxing-themed drama EL GALLO. EL GALLO debuts on VOD and will be available to rent and own on digital HD across cable, internet, and satellite platforms through Freestyle Digital Media on January 16, 2018.
Jalopy Offers Poignant One-woman Show
The Red Hook Star Revue | July 2017
On a Monday night, around 30 people gathered at Red Hook’s cozy, warmly-lit Jalopy Theatre to see Francesca Van Horne perform her one-woman show, Tales from the Trundle. Ms. Van Horne, who also wrote the show, sat stage right and peered out at the audience. But as soon as the lights went down and she began a quietly dramatic walk around the stage - which contained only a chair, a pair of black heels, and a gray blanket - she began the first of many convincing transformations.
Tales From The Trundle
thefrontrowcenter.com | June 23, 2017
South of Katz’s Deli on Houston Street, somewhere along the narrow urban labyrinth of tattoo parlors, bike shops, slick bars and knish bakeries on the crowded, short blocks that comprise today’s hip lower East Side, there is a private club so private that I am not allowed to mention its name in this article.
Play, "Tales from the Trundle," explores the journey from Abuse to Liberty
Kulchah.com | September 28, 2016
This Saturday (Oct. 1st) at 4 pm in Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, show attendees of Tales from the Trundle will be treated to the most recent work of playwright and performer, Francesca Van Horne. This one woman show will allow the viewer into the complex journey out of an abyss and into liberty.
Francesca Van Horne Se Destaca En El Festival United Solo Con Su Obra ‘Tales From the Trundle’
En el teatro "Row" de Manhattan acaba de terminar el festival "United solo", que es el más grande de su tipo en el mundo. Como su nombre lo indica, se presentan obras ejecutadas por un solo artista y en esta séptima edición hubo participación de 18 países y 6 continentes.
Revealing Look at a 'Perfect' Tribeca Family, Played by Francesca Van Horne
tribecatrib.com | August 16, 2015
Set in Tribeca, "Dancing Through It," a one-woman show at the Cherry Lane Theatre, rings remarkably true. The big loft, the Wall Street husband, the three children and the beautiful wife with SoulCycle-chiseled body who frets over redecorating. But there's another side to this Tribeca family. It’s the abusive husband who is hooked on coke.
Dancing Through It Premieres August 12 at the Cherry Lane Theater
Dancing Through It stars Francesca Van Horne in this one woman play featuring ten different characters played by Francesca. Written, directed, and choreographed by Tricia
Brouk. Inspired by the memoir Tales From The Trundle written
by Van Horne. We are all superheroes in our own lives. Dancing
Through It is the story of a woman conjuring up the courage to
leave a toxic situation and find a healthy one with herself. And
choosing to dance right through it, with grace and humor.