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Broadway World announces Real Art Daily Productions’ 2018 Production of “No Exit” written by Jean-Paul Sartre.
Broadway World

Barbra Dillon from Fanbase Press interviews Producer, Georginna Feyst and Director, Ye’ela Rosenfeld about “No Exit” in Los Angeles opening March 16, 2018.
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Podcast interview: Patrick Chavis from LA Theatre Bites interviewed Georginna Feyst about “No Exit”

Interview with Producer Georginna Feyst : NO EXIT @ Chromolume Theatre in Los Angeles – Podcast


February 2, 2018


Script by Jean-Paul Sartre
Directed by Ye’ela Rosenfeld
Produced by Georginna Feyst and Real Art Daily Productions

Opening Night: Friday, March 16, 2018
Performance Dates: March 16, 2018-April 8, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CAReal Art Daily Productions (RADProd)  proudly presents our company’s kick off production, Jean-Paul Sartre’s 1944 existentialist play, No Exit. Three strangers are locked together in a belligerently distasteful  room for eternity. Without the expected torture to occupy them, they are forced to simply exist. There is no escape: from the room, each other, and worst of all themselves. With a set design inspired by Bauhaus style and German Expressionism, we aim to immerse the audience into the characters’ claustrophobic world. Join us for a bout of existential absurdity!

Real Art Daily Productions welcomes a superb group of local talent to the stage— Georginna Feyst, who serves as the producer, also plays smart and mischievous, Inez Serrano; Adam Slemon as an idealistic and self-righteous, Vincent Cradeau; Brittany Lewis as the posh and snobby, Estelle DeLauney; and Marcin Mesa as the Bellboy. RADProd is thrilled to bring to the stage such a unique perspective on Cradeau, Inez and Estelle in No Exit.

“Award-winning Director, Ye’ela Rosenfeld, has a deep understanding of existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, and the importance of this play as a social commentary.  Her strong, artistic vision will breathe new life into this classic play, with a fresh perspective and a healthy dose of comedy.

– Georginna Feyst, CEO of Real Art Daily Productions

Why This Production? Why Now?
No Exit was chosen, among many reasons, because the producer, Georginna Feyst, believes Sartre’s message is crucial for us at this time.  “Our country is drastically divided over ideology.  If we could realize what Estelle, Cradeau, and Inèz come to understand at the end of this play, that our empty rituals, destructive beliefs, and projections upon each other are what’s causing the agony of our situation, and if we could see the ridiculousness of our minds and accept ourselves and each other as we are,  we could potentially heal the rift that has seized our nation and experience a more peaceful existence.”
-Georginna Feyst, Producer

About The Director and Producer
Director, Ye’ela Rosenfeld started as a director in the film squad of the Israeli Army and later worked as a director and assistant director in the Israeli film and TV industry. After four years in Prague, she moved to Los Angeles, to attend the directing program of the American Film Institute in Hollywood, where she directed four films including The Evening Journey with Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Mapel, and Jack Kehler.

With 15 years of directing experience, Ye’ela  has directed 7 narrative shorts, several documentaries, music videos and several theatre productions.  She has directed in 3 different languages in 3 different countries. In 2010, Ye’ela directed an extended theater production Ferdinand! written by former Czech president Vaclav Havel. Ye’ela’s film,  Just in Case opened at the Palm Springs International ShortFest and was shown in film festivals nationally and internationally. It has won the Special Jury Selection Award at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival in Santa Monica and the Award of Merit at the Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood.

Ye’ela co-wrote Jacob’s Dream in 2016, a feature film funded by Israeli Film Fund. Ye’ela is also a mother and a passionate educator.

Producer, Georginna Feyst, graduated from University of Washington with a Mathematical Statistics. Upon graduation, she began a corporate IT career in Detroit Michigan, which she advanced for over a decade. As she grew professionally and interpersonally, Georginna went back to college to continue her education in the arts for music at Wayne State University in Detroit and San Jose State University.  She, then, went on to earn a conservatory certificate in acting at Foothill Theatre Arts Conservatory in Northern California.  An avid learner, Georginna has also studied consciousness, deliberate creation and holistic healing since 1996, starting as part of the grass-roots new age movement in Michigan in the early 2000’s.

To date, Georginna’s acting career has consisted primarily of theatre and indie shorts and features, allowing her to play a wide array of characters and genres. Her favorite genres are dark comedy, sci-fi, and inspirational drama.  She moved to LA and started a creative career in entertainment to make a positive difference and to influence thought through performance & production in theatre/film/TV. She truly wants to inspire/empower society’s underdogs and help foster a world that embraces diversity and insists on equality.

Georginna has an immense passion for theatre, film, and TV and a great love for humanity.  She is using her business skills and artistic talents to act, write, and produce projects that inspire expansion of consciousness and individual/societal healing through increased compassion and greater understanding of those we view as different than us.  

As a producer, Georginna champions female, LGBTQ and disabled leadership, and has a strong intention to inspire and empower minorities, both communities and individuals, through non-conventional characters, storylines and productions. She has created Real Art Daily Productions, her fledgling film/theatre production company, and Final Wave Films, an all-female film production company, as vehicles to accomplish these goals.


No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre
Directed by Ye’ela Rosenfeld
Produced by Georginna Feyst and Real Art Daily Productions

Vincent Cradeau – played by Adam Slemon
Estelle DeLauney – played by Brittany Lewis
Inez Serrano – played by Georginna Feyst
Bellboy – played by Marcin Mesa

The Performance dates are four consecutive weekends opening March 16, 2018.
March 16, 2018 – April 8, 2018
Evenings:   Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Matinees:  Sundays at 3pm

Chromolume Theatre
| 5429 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles 90016
There is ample street parking. The theatre also has a few spaces we will reserve for patrons with disabilities.
* There is a seat/space available in the front row for a patron with a wheelchair.

General Admission $20
*VIP tickets available
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  • Special Guest Speakers: TBA
  • Welcome Reception: Join Real Art Daily Productions for a 30 minute reception prior to each performance. An opportunity to discuss the topics covered by guest speakers and the play’s themes, while enjoying theme-based concessions and meeting new friends.
  • Post Mix & Mingle: Come mingle with Real Art Daily Productions.  Continue to enjoy theme-based concessions, stimulating conversations and continue to build relationships and meet some cast and/or behind-the-scenes team members (most performances).

Press photos will be available on Friday February 23, 2018.

Real Art Daily Productions (RADProd) is an LGBTQ led grassroots organization with strong female leadership and a personal understanding and sensitivity to those living with disabilities.  As an organization, we espouse diversity in a creative working environment inclusive of race, religion, culture, age, (dis)ability, sexual preference, gender identity, etc.  We see people, not labels, and we empower good hearts and reward good deeds.

This organization produces ongoing theatre and film projects that help make real art more accessible to real people.   In addition to enriching the lives of our viewers, we intend to benefit the local community through live theatre productions and benefit the broader community/society through film/TV productions. This production of No Exit is the inaugural production for the company, and is phase one of a three-phase project that will include an existentialist New Works play written by Georginna Feyst, CEO of Real Art Daily Productions.  Our first film project will be written and produced in 2018 and will have a disabled over-40 female protagonist.

The subject matter of our projects are deliberately chosen to help people “pop out” of their fixed viewpoints to see new, broader perspectives.  These shifts in personal consciousness help create more understanding and compassion, contributing  to more peace on both personal and global levels.  Our non-traditional storylines are specifically meant to empower women, with a focus on women over 40, LGBTQ community and individuals, persons with disabilities and other societal minorities who, generally, don’t receive the attention and credit they deserve.

Manika Tolentino, Communication & Public Relations | (909) 655-7825