Our very own Liz Caplan is a woman of many talents. We already knew about the skills as a coach and teacher, as well as cheerleader and friend extraordinaire at the top of the list, but now she’s just adding to the pile and breaking out as a pianist and ginormous movie STAH!! Well, okay, not quite, but we are proud to announce that Liz will be appearing in the upcoming film ‘Shame’, directed by Steve McQueen and starring studmuffin Michael Fassbender and genius supertalent Carey Mulligan. Carey Mulligan will be singing in the film, and was coached by Liz. But, more than that, Liz will be appearing in the film as Carey’s accompanist, playing Stephen Oremus’ haunting arrangement of ‘New York, New York’ for a pivotal scene. The movie itself sound fabulous, even without the cameo by a certain Ms. Caplan, but if you want to see a teaser of both the film and the cameo, look no further:
That’s Liz Caplan herself tinkling the ivories, with vocals by Carey Mulligan. And there’s more where that came from (and more of Michael Fassbender’s remarkable abs), so we’ll see you at the theater in December!