Veronique Hurley

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It has been a long time... since my last post

Posted on May 13, 2020 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello Friends, 

I have obviously not been updating "the blog" part on my website. I am quite embarrassed to see my last post was 2015. Whoops!

When I built this website, I was in a very different place then I am today. I can proudly say: I have overcome these fears. Fear is natural and a little of it is healthy. 

A few thoughts on this: when I started my acting journey in New York City roughly 10 years ago. I struggled as many do with how to represent myself. How did I want to be seen in  the world? I was afraid that being ME wasn't good or specific enough. I was young, impressionable, a people pleaser and quite honestly scared I had lost my confidence in acting.

I did have a lot of life experience/ challenges under my belt and understood what true pain felt like. I did have a perspective of the world and how to cope with death and family issues but I was so afraid to say it! Who is going to listen to a 20 something that just moved to NYC who was afraid to talk about herself. I was afraid that some how I might offend people with my thoughts on productions I had seen and it would result in never being hired professionally... I know now that is just simply not the case... 

I have been blessed to find wonderful people in my life! They have encouraged me and taught me life lessons that have made me a better more confident person. I trust myself so you can too!

more posts to come...




Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A**holes

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

I am super happy to announce that I am cast in this show!!! I am understudying the role of Nicole while the very talented L.A cast is in NYC preforming it at the Cherry Lane Theatre. June 12th-21st. The play is super funny and heart warming all at the same time. I think we can all relate in some way to this wacky comedy. This show has had a very successful run in L.A and now it is finally coming to New York. I will be preforming on the 21st of June for the 2pm show. Get your tickets NOW!!!! If you're coming to see me, please use my name for the code. 

I think what makes this show more personal then the others is the fact that the Actress I am understudying, Mandy Henderson,  was a someone I admired in High School... It's funny how life brings you full circle.  

The End of 2014

Posted on January 2, 2015 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

I was delighted to come back to New York and start working on a new play called "Antarctica, Where It Is Very Warm.” It was a funky as well as dramatic story of 5 people who choose to live in Antarctica. What was the most interesting part of this process was discovering what was underneath. “Why would someone put themselves in such an extreme circumstance and continue to do so year after year. Kyle Metzger directed and I have worked with him in the passed, not only is he a good friend, he is a fantastic director. It is so important to trust the people you are working with. I have included some pictures:


Posted on August 22, 2014 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (0)

I was in Cape May for two months and toward the end I was starting to crave the husle and bussel of the New York City streets. It was difficult to leave the shore and such a beautiful place especially the family we actors form when being in a production but alas all good things must come to an end.  I hope very much to return for another season at Cape May Stage. A few photo's from the Show/ Fun Cast Moments. 

Moon Over Buffalo

Posted on June 13, 2014 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (0)

I am delighted to have been cast as Eileen in "Moon Over Buffalo" written by Ken Ludwig and to be returning to Cape May Stage this summer! I have the pleasure of  working with a group of very talented actors. The Cast is as follows: Cyrus Newitt as George, Marianne Tatum as Charlotte, Suzan Perry as Ethel,  Ginna Hoben as Rosalind, Joseph Robinson as Paul, B. Brian Argotsinger as Howard, Bill Tatum as Richard and our Director is Cape May Stage's Artistic Director Roy Steinberg. 

We have been rehearsing for a little more then one week and it couldn't be more fun! Tuesday began with rehearsing on our set, drilling lines and slamming lots of doors. I love being part of an ensemble where timing and relationships are crucial to the success of the show.  It's hard to believe we open in less then a week but thats the nature of summer stock.

Today the cast of  "The Mountiantop" will be dropping in to see this afternoon's run. I'll have the pleasure of seeing them preform their last show tonight at 8pm. The reviews have been great. I love seeing good theatre and It's always inspiring to watch your fellow colleges work.   

Ugly Rhino Productions

Posted on May 27, 2014 at 11:45 AM Comments comments (0)

A few pictures from last months Ugly Rhino Production, Tiny Rhino: Meta Rhino, "Dykes" Written by Jeremy Hersh, Directed by Kyle Metzger. 

It was fantastic meeting so many talented artists and a wonderful way to spend the evening. I had a blast performing as well as watching the other performers. Jeremy is a hilarious writer and Kyle is one of my favorite directors, how could I forget sharing the stage with the very talented Emily Soffe and Sarah Ottosen. Did I mention the entire show is a drinking game! Littlefield is very cool artist space as well. It's a little hard to find but so are a lot of gems in the city.  I hope you enjoy the pictures and to see you at the next one!

Met these cats. When they walked on stage I couldn't stop laughing. Their Improv was amazing!!! They perform at the PIT on Wed at 8pm!

Photo's by Michael Bernstein