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Notapor Shelby » Mar Mar 24, 2015 1:55 pm

- Allison Mack aparecerá en "American Odyssey" de la NBC:

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La actriz de "Smallville" Allison Mack ha sido escogida para interpretar un absorvente arco en el próximo drama de la NBC "American Odyssey".

Así lo confirmaba la actriz a través de su cuenta de twitter:

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https://twitter.com/allisonmack/status/ ... 2498889728


La serie sigue los pasos de Anna Friel (Pushing Daisies) como la Sargento 'Odelle Ballard', una soldado Americana que, en mitad de un equipo de Seals encargado de derrocar a un líder de Al Qaeda, se topa con una información enormemente volátil. Después, contratistas privados militares llegan para asesinar toda la unidad de Odelle, aunque ella milagrosa y secretamente sobrevive.

Cuando el rumor de que la Sargento Ballard sigue con vida empieza a difundirse — aunque es desmentido como “propaganda” por malvados miembros de los jefes militares — el fiscal corporativo Peter Decker (Peter Facinelli) y el activista Harrison Walters (Jake Robinson) se ven inmersos en la conspiración mortal.

Según TVLine, Allison Mack interpretará a 'Julia', una inteligente y empática forastera que se hace amiga de la hiza de Odelle, Suzanne, en una tienda de libros — aunque puede que no todo sea como parece...

El arco de Mack empezará a partir del episodio 1.07.


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Re: Noticias de Allison Mack

Notapor Shelby » Mar Abr 04, 2017 12:54 pm

- Allison Mack se une al elenco de "Red Velvet" en 'The Old Globe' de San Diego (25 Marzo - 30 Abril):

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SAN DIEGO (02 Marzo, 2017)—The Old Globe ha anunciado hoy el elenco completo y el equipo creativo de Red Velvet de Lolita Chakrabarti. El director Stafford Arima (Broadway’s Allegiance, Off Broadway’s Altar Boyz, West End’s Ragtime) regresa a the Globe, tras Allegiance y Ace, para liderar el drama ganador de premios, que estará en cartel desde el 25 de Marzo – 30 Abril, 2017 en el Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage del Old Globe Theatre, parte del Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. La noche del estrno es el Jueves, 30 de Marzo a las 8:00 p.m. Las entradas, a partir de $29, ya están a la venta, y pueden ser compradas online en http://www.TheOldGlobe.org, por teléfono en (619) 23-GLOBE, o visitando la taquilla en 1363 Old Globe Way en Balboa Park.

Red Velvet es un emocionante drama que transporta a la audiencia al turbulento mundo de bambalinas del Teatro Real de Londres a principios del 1800. Edmund Kean, el actor más grande de su generación, no puede actuar esta noche como Othello, y su compañía está en caos. Un joven actor americano llamado Ira Aldridge llega para meterse en el papel—pero ningún hombre negro había interpretado jamás a Othello en la escena Inglesa. Su revolucionaria interpretación cambia radicalmente la tradición del teatro y cambia las vidas de todos los que estuvieron involucrados. La obra ganadora de múltiples premios de Lolita Chakrabarti descubre la fascinante historia real de una figura clave en la historia del teatro. Stafford Arima regresa a The Old Globe con una imponente producción teatral de una obra que el London Telegraph llamó “informativa, entretenida y que te hace pensar.”

Albert Jones lidera el elenco como Ira Aldridge. Sus muchos trabajos incluyen el aclamado Henry IV del Lincoln Center en Broadway y las producciones de fuera de Broadway de Macbeth, Pericles, y Richard III. Entre sus trabajos de cine y televisión están “House of Cards,” “The Night Of,” American Gangster, y Cadillac Records. Uniéndose a él están Michael Aurelio (The Merry Wives of Windsor y Richard III en el Theatricum Botanicum) como Casimir y Henry Forrester; Sean Dugan (The Four of Us at the Globe, Next Fall on Broadway, “Smash,” “Oz”) como Pierre Laporte; la actriz de San Diego Monique Gaffney (Craig Noel Award winner, Globe for All’s Much Ado About Nothing y All’s Well That Ends Well) como Connie; John Lavelle (Macbeth, The Royale, 2013 Shakespeare Festival en el Globe, The Graduate en Broadway) como Charles Kean; Allison Mack (10 temporadas de la serie de éxito de la WB/CW “Smallville,” “Wilfred”) como Ellen Tree; Amelia Pedlow (The Metromaniacs en el Globe, The Liar y The Heir Apparent fuera de Broadway) como Halina Wozniak, Betty Lovell, y Margaret Aldridge; y Mark Pinter (Macbeth, Othello, y The Two Gentlemen of Verona en el Globe, Rothschild & Sons fuera de Broadway) como Terence y Bernard Warde.

El equipo crativo incluye a Jason Sherwood (Diseño Escénico), David Israel Reynoso (Diseño de Vestuario), Jason Lyons (Diseño de Iluminación), Jonathan Deans (Diseño de Sonido), Lynne Shankel (Música Original), Jenn Rapp (Movement, Associate Director), David Huber (Coach Vocal ), Caparelliotis Casting (Cásting), y Jess Slocum (Production Stage Manager).

“El teatro es muy bueno trayendo piezas rechazadas de la historia de la vida, y Red Velvethace eso con un único poder e intensidad,” dice Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director Barry Edelstein. “La historia de Ira Aldridge es extraordinaria por derecho propio por el impacto que él tuvo en la historia del teatro y los obstáculos del racismo y la exclusión con la que tuvo que luchar. Pero en las mano de Lolita Chakrabarti, la vida de Aldridge es transformada en una metáfora. Ella nos lleva en un viaje a un lugar que no sabíamos que existía, y luego nos enseña a nosotros mismos en las figuras que están viviendo aquí. Estoy emocionada por traer esta obra a San Diego y emocionada por ver la magia teatral que el talentoso Stafford Arima y sus colegas harán en nuestro escenario.”

Lolita Chakrabarti (Playwright) es una galardonada actriz y escritora. Su obra de debut, Red Velvet, se estrenó en el 2012 en el Tricycle Theatre de Londres, donde regresó en el 2014 antes de ser transferida al St. Ann’s Warehouse de New York. En el 2016 la obra se estrenó en el prestigioso Garrick Theatre del West End de Londres como parte de la estación de obras de Kenneth Branagh. Red Velvet ganó para Chakrabarti el Premio Evening Standard Charles Wintour Award en el 2012 como Dramaturga Teatral más Prometedora; el Critics’ Circle Award del 2012 por Dramaturga Teatral más Prometedora; el Asian Women of Achievement Award for Arts & Culture en el 2013; la nominación para el WhatsOnStage Award a Recién Llegado del Año de Londres y Mejor Nueva Obra en el 2012; y una nominación al Olivier Award en el 2012 por Logro Destacado en un Teatro Afiliado. Red Velvet consiguió más reviews increíbles tras su transferencia a New York. Chakrabarti también escribió Joy for Last Seen en el Almeida Theatre y una adaptación en cinco partes de The Goddess para BBC Radio 4. Dirige Lesata Productions con Rosa Maggiora y Adrian Lester. Producen Of Mary, un corto dirigido por Lester, que ganó el Premio al Mejor Corto en el Pan African Film Festival del 2012 y fue oficialmente seleccionado para Raindance, Underwire, London Short, Montreal Black International, Independent Black Women’s, y el Toronto Black Film Festival.

Stafford Arima (Director) previamente dirigió las producciones de Globe de Allegiance y Ace. Sus trabajos seleccionados incluyen Allegiance (Broadway), Ragtime (West End, ocho nominaciones a los Olivier Awards incluyendo Mejor Director y Mejor Musical), Two Class Acts de A.R. Gurney (The Flea Theater), The Tin Pan Alley Rag (Roundabout Theatre Company), Jacques Brel Is Alive y Well and Living in Paris (Stratford Shakespeare Festival), Candide (San Francisco Symphony), Altar Boyz (Premio en los Outer Critics Circle Por Mejor Musical de fuera de Broadway, siete nominaciones a los Drama Desk Award), Poster Boy (Williamstown Theatre Festival), The Secret Garden (Lincoln Center), Total Eclipse (Toronto), Carrie (MCC Theater, cinco nominaciones a los Drama Desk incluyendo Outstanding Revival of a Musical), bare (2012 Off Broadway revival), Abyssinia (Goodspeed Musicals), Spring Awakening (University of California, Davis), Bright Lights, Big City (Prince Music Theater), y Marry Me a Little (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park). El Sr. Arima fue el director asociado para las producciones de Broadway de Seussical y A Class Act. Se graduó en la Universidad de New York, donde fue el ganador del Premio Dean por Excelencia en Trabajo Creativo. Es Consejero Artístico para la Broadway Dreams Foundation, y profesor adjunto en la UC Davis, y orgulloso miembro de la Sociedad de Directores de Teatro y Coreógrafos.

Allison Mack (Ellen Tree) comenzó su carrera profesional de actriz a la edad de cuatro años. Durante toda su niñez, trabajó en numerosas películas de cine y televisión. Aunque había estado trabajando consistentemente durante una década como actriz infantil, fue al final de su adolescencia cuando consiguió su papel definitivo, interpretando a la reportera Chloe Sullivan en la serie de éxito de la WB/CW “Smallville.” Finalmente en el 2010, debido a la popularidad de su interpretación como Chloe, la señorita Mack llevó a que DC Comics oficialmente introdujera a su personaje. Ganó muchos premios y nominaciones por su interpretación, situándola como una de las diosas de culto más buscadas. En Noviembre del 2008, Mack se puso tras la cámara e hizo su debut como directora en el episodio de “Smallville” “Power,” y dirigió otros episodios de televisión adicionales y también produjo y dirigió películas. Hoy Allison Mack es Presidenta y enrenadora superior en The Source, que desarrolló junto al consumado filósofo, físico y educador Keith Rainiere. The Source proporciona un único set de herramientas para el currículum y ejercicios innovadores para incrementar el dominio de uno mismo en el arte de la compasión a través de la disciplina de la actuación y la expresión.

Red Velvet está apoyado en parte por los regalos de Dow Divas, HM Electronics, Inc., y el Estate of Madelon McGowan.


LAS ENTRADAS SENCILLAS de Red Velvet comienzan desde $29 y salen a la venta al público general el Viernes, 24 de Febrero a las 12:00 del medio día. Las entradas pueden comprarse online en http://www.TheOldGlobe.org, por teléfono (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623], o visitando la taquilla en 1363 Old Globe Way en Balboa Park. Descuentos están disponibles para estudiantes, patrocinadores de 29 años y menos, seniors, miembros del ejército, y grupos de 10 o más. Las actuaciones comienzan el 25 de Marzo y continúan hasta el 30 de Abril, 2017. Horarios de las funciones: Previews: Sábado, 25 Marzo a las 8:00 p.m.; Domingo, 26 Marzo a las 7:00 p.m.; Martes, 28 Marzo a las 7:00 p.m.; y Miércoles, 29 Marzo a las 7:00 p.m. La noche de estreno es el Jueves, 30 de Marzo a las 8:00 p.m. Funciones normales: Martes y Miércoles a las 7:00 p.m., Jueves y Viernes a las 8:00 p.m., Sábados a las 2:00 p.m. y 8:00 p.m., y Domingos a las 2:00 p.m. y 7:00 p.m. Habrá funciones matinales adicionales el Miércoles, 19 de Abril a las 2:00 p.m. y funciones no matinales el Sábado, 22 de Abril.

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LOCALIZACIÓN Y PÁRKING: The Old Globe está localizado en el Balboa Park de San Diego en el 1363 Old Globe Way. A través de un acuerdo especial con el San Diego Zoo, los usuarios de los eventos del Old Globe tienen la oportunidad de pre-comprar los vales de párking en la zona del aparcamiento de los empleados del Zoo. Con un lugar de para dejar a los asistentes a corta distancia a pie del Globe, los amantes del teatro pueden comprar un vale de aparcamiento rápido, fácil y conveniente por tan sólo $20 por vehículo y noche. Sólo por pre-pago, disponible sólo por teléfono a través de la taquilla del Old Globe. Llamada al (619) 234-5623 o visitar
http://www.theoldglobe.org/plan-your-vi ... et-parking.

Hay numerosas plazas de aparcamiento gratuitas disponibles por todo el parque. Los invitados pueden también ser dejados en frente del Mingei International Museum. Los aparcacoches del The Balboa Park también están disponibles durante las representaciones, localizados delante del Japanese Friendship Garden. Para información adicional sobre el párking podéis visitar http://www.BalboaPark.org. Para direcciones e información actualizada, por favor visitad http://www.theoldglobe.org/plan-your-vi ... directions.


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Re: Noticias de Allison Mack

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- Allison Mack anuncia su nueva página web oficial (22-05-17):

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Re: Noticias de Allison Mack

Notapor Shelby » Sab Ago 05, 2017 2:09 am

- Allison Mack sobre cómo Smallville la preparó para conseguir "Lost in Oz" (comicbook):

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Allison Mack sobre cómo Smallville la preparó para conseguir "Lost in Oz"
Por Russ Burlingame - 31/07/2017


Allison Mack is best known as Chloe Sullivan, a smart, beautiful hacker who helped Clark Kent actualize his destiny as Superman during ten years on Smallville. Now, she's playing Evelyn Gale -- another relatively new character created to help shape the destiny of one of American fiction's most iconic figures.

Evelyn is the mother of Dorothy Gale, of The Wizard of Oz fame, and in Amazon's new series Lost in Oz, it's Evelyn rather than Dorothy who was the first traveler to Oz. Like Chloe, Evelyn did not exist in the source material, allowing Mack to step into the universe of a long-established mythology and still bring a fresh perspective to it.

“I think anytime you’re playing something that’s either true-to-life or something that’s existed for a long period of time, there’s a lot of responsibility but also a lot of privilege in that because it’s just a minefield of goodies and ideas and backstory and things that other people other people have laid out and you’re actualizing,” Mack told ComicBook.com. “So it feels like you’re being indoctrinated into this really cool club with people who have been creating these stories about these great characters for such a long time. I think we always had that feeling on Smallville, that we’re honoring something that has really influenced the culture and society for a long time. And Lost in Oz has that same feeling as well.”

In Lost in Oz, 12-year-old Dorothy Gale discovers her mother’s magical travel journal hidden beneath the floorboards of their Kansas home. The book triggers a tornado, which rips her house from its foundation and transports Dorothy and her dog, Toto, to Emerald City, a bustling, modern, metropolis. In order to get home, Dorothy learns she must acquire every element on Oz’s “periodic table of magic” – while the city faces the worst magic drought in eons! Along the way, Dorothy and Toto meet unlikely allies in West, Ojo, Reigh the Lion, Scarecrow, and Glinda the Good, who are each eager to help, but struggling with their own problems. Together, they navigate the magical landscape of Oz while undergoing their own unique journeys of self-discovery.

As Evelyn, Mack gets to play a smart, badass female role model without all the punching and kicking that the "strong female character" archetype tends to lend itself to. In that way, she is similar to Chloe, and Mack said that she couldn't be happier to take on that sort of part.


http://comicbook.com/tv-shows/amp/2017/ ... ost-in-oz/




- EXCLUSIVE : Primicia de "LOST IN OZ": Poniendo el foco en Allison Mack (seat42f):

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EXCLUSIVE : Primicia de "LOST IN OZ": Poniendo el foco en Allison Mack
Por Tiffany Vogt - 04 Agosto, 2017


The Amazon series LOST IN OZ is animated continuation story of the classic tale of Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, but re-imagines Dorothy (Ashley Boettcher) as the daughter of Evelyn Gale (Allison Mack), who had her own Oz adventures prior to Dorothy discovering her way to Oz through the aid of a book that Dorothy discovers hidden beneath the floor of their home. Last year, Amazon released the pilot episode and, after that was well-received, Amazon ordered the entire first season of the delightful children’s series so that the adventures of Dorothy and all her friends could be seen by everyone. In an exclusive interview, Allison Mack (known for her prior work in SMALLVILLE and WILFRED) talks about her enigmatic character of Evelyn, who definitely is more than she first seems and who figures into the adventures in a big way, as Dorothy will soon find out.

What can you tell me about your role on LOST IN OZ? You are playing the mother of Dorothy, correct?
ALLISON: I am. I was just saying, it’s a little bit odd for me to be playing the mom, but it’s actually really great and I’m enjoying the transition immensely. When I auditioned for the show, I actually auditioned for both, Dorothy and Evelyn, and it turned out that I was more suited for Evelyn. So I’ve been running with that and I really like it. I’m sort of like “Okay, yeah, this fits. This shoe fits. I can do this now.” So Dorothy finds Evelyn’s travel journal from when Evelyn went to Oz and Evelyn had her grand adventures. It’s because of that that, Dorothy ended up shooting herself through the portal into Oz, herself. So Evelyn is sort of the link home, but Evelyn is also the instigator in a way. Mark and the guy from The Bureau of Magic are writing some really exciting things for Evelyn, so she actually gets to go to Oz heryself and it’s pretty cool.

It seems like Evelyn also kind of has a secret because she was seen talking into the crystal ball in the first episode, which makes us wonder if there is more going on with Evelyn.
ALLISON: Oh yeah, Evelyn knows more than she lets on. It’s gonna get complicated. My mom always said being a parent is so much more layered, than not being a parent because you feel how you feel, but you also empathically feel how your kids feel, and then you feel how you feel about how your kids feel. So your experience, you’re almost having three experiences of life at once when you’re doing it as parent with your child — and for Evelyn, her daughter’s over in Oz having this adventure and she feels that for her.

Is Evelyn able to keep tabs on her daughter or is she kind of still kind of not certain what’s going on with Dorothy as all these things are happening?
ALLISON: She finds ways that are creative and fun. So I won’t share anymore than that. But she finds a way.

For you, portraying this character, what’s fun about this role for you?
ALLISON: Just the strength that she finds — that she has — and then kind of tucks that away in order to live a more “normal life.” And then it is rediscovering that through her experience with her daughter. It’s sort of an interesting character that resonates with a certain type of renaissance because of the adventure that her daughter’s sort of forcing her to go on with her. And that’s really neat. It’s really neat to play somebody rediscovering their sense of wildness.

What’s kind of surprised you about this project? Were you surprised kind of the depths of the character? Were the people they cast along with you kind of a surprise? What did you find when you got into it?
ALLISON: This is my first time being on a serialized cartoon, so I think just the fun of being a part of something that tells a consistent story over a period of time. I’m used to doing something quickly and then leaving it. It’s fun to be able to do a little bit and then go away, and then come back and really see what they’ve done and see what they have developed. That process has been really new and has been full of just surprises and discoveries. Then also just the element of really not knowing what it’s gonna look like, what it’s gonna be like, and having kind of like very loosely-drawn sketches of ideas of things and then seeing it all come together with the beautiful animation that they have been able to create and provide. That’s been really fun and surprising and exciting to just be a part of the culmination of it and have the final product be something that is so much further beyond what I could have imagined.

Is this kind of your way of dipping your toes into doing animated work and voice work?
ALLISON: [Laughs] I guess so. I mean, I’d love to do more. It’s a blast. And it’s a very tight knit community, so it’s not something that you can necessarily just jump into without having sort of earned your stripes. So the fact that I’ve been given the opportunity to do just that with Mark and the guys at The Bureau of Magic has been an incredible privilege and one that I hope to make the most of. I would love to do more voice character work. It’s a blast.

How much is the character, for your character of Evelyn, did you get to see before you started doing the voice work? Did you know what she looked like?
ALLISON: I knew roughly what she was gonna look like, but that was about it.

Did that change how you wanted to portray her?
ALLISON: No. I had a thought in my head of her being a really good mom from the get-go. So I think it was very much a symbiotic relationship between myself and the artists deciding her feel, which I guess is the thing that comes from the look and also the sound. But I was pretty resolved at knowing what I wanted her to sound like and how I wanted her to be portrayed.

What kind of things do you think you were reflecting into the character as you were kind of portraying her?
ALLISON: Strength, care, nurture, encouragement. I think there’s a little bit of fear in there, but also trust. All of those things. Many, many layers.

As you were working on this project, do you find yourself learning all these new things?
ALLISON: About my craft, absolutely. Just really learning all different sort of skills that I had that I didn’t even know I had. Avenues of acting and expressions of your voice that I didn’t realize were available to me, that have influenced the way that I do my other work as well, which is always exciting. I think anytime you take on a new medium, it influences the medium that you’re all ready used to playing in ,and everything gets better.

Were you as surprised by any of the other characters when you finally saw the final renditions?
ALLISON: No, I wouldn’t say I was surprised because I had seen the initial sketches. So I think maybe Ojo is the one that I felt the most like “Oh, okay.” He’s like a giant munchkin. And that was fun to see and different than I expected, but I wasn’t like staggered or surprised by any of them.

Besides your character, who is kind of your favorite right now that you’re enjoy watching?
ALLISON: [Laughs] I haven’t seen it yet, so I’ll have to let you know after I see the premier tomorrow.

You’re in for a fun surprise then.
ALLISON: I’m excited, I’m taking my nephew so we can check it out together.

How much did you know from the original stories of “The Wizard of Oz”?
ALLISON: I was a big fan of the movie when I was a kid. I loved it. I loved the songs and the whole deal. I didn’t really understand what it was about and then I read “The Hero’s Journey.” Somebody had said, “Oh yeah, The Wizard of Oz is The Hero’s Journey, but with a female protagonist. You should check it out.” So then I watched “The Wizard of Oz” again just a couple years ago and I was like “Oh my God. This is quite a bit more layered than I remembered it being.” You know, I was singing the songs and understood the story from like an 8 year old’s perspective. It’s been neat. I’ve been re-visiting the story in and around LOST IN OZ. It’s fun.

It is one of those really surprising feminist stories. It’s about female empowerment at a particularly a young age, which is kind of cool.
ALLISON: Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think it’s very much about a young woman facing adventure and finding herself on the other side.

What do you think the viewers, particularly since they’re gonna be a pre-teen audience, are gonna actually take away from this experience for them?
ALLISON: I think there’s a certain type who: pursue what you know is right and never give up on friendship, type of a thing, and also like believe in yourself. So believe in your capacity to do the things that you set your mind to because that’s really what the movie does.

It’s fun though, isn’t it? It’s such an interesting world they’ve created and they are playing with.
ALLISON: Exactly. Oh my God, it’s great.

Can you tease anything about what’s upcoming?
ALLISON: I don’t want to share. I don’t want to burst anybody’s bubble. There is a lot of, there are a lot of exciting twists and turns.

Who would you recommend keeping an eye on as a teaser?
ALLISON: Evelyn.

Ah ha! So there is something there!
ALLISON: Ah hah, indeed!

Are you working on anything else that you want to kind of promote right now?
ALLISON: [Laughs] Not right now. I’m just mainly focusing on getting this one off the ground and, hopefully, I’ll have something to talk about in the Fall.

To see what sneaky and surprising twists are revealed as to Evelyn and her role in Dorothy’s adventures in Oz, be sure to tune in for the Season 1 premiere of LOST IN OZ on Friday, August 4th exclusively on Amazon.



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- EXCLUSIVA: Allison Mack sobre la promesa de 'Smallville' que sigue dándole forma a su carrera (etonline):

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Por Jennifer Drysdale - 04 Agosto, 2017


Nearly two decades later, Smallville is still shaping Allison Mack's career.

The 35-year-old actress gathered a legion of fans while playing Chloe Sullivan on the WB/CW drama from 2001 to 2011. Her portrayal of the original character became so beloved that Chloe was later added to the Superman comic book canon -- but that's not the only way her Smallville ties have lived on.

Mack, who has since enjoyed parts on Wilfred, The Following and American Odyssey, lends her voice to the character of Evelyn in Amazon's Lost in Oz -- which is developed and produced by Bureau of Magic's Mark Warshaw, who produced Smallville.

"[Warshaw] and I just made a promise to each other when we were working on Smallville that we would always be a part of whatever creative endeavors the other one was doing," Mack told ET over the phone on Tuesday. "So this came about, and he called me and actually initially asked me to audition for both Dorothy and Evelyn. I was like, 'Obviously, of course. You know, whatever you're doing, I'm in!' and Amazon agreed that I would be right for the project, and so off we went."

"This was so much about just working with Mark and supporting Mark. I was drawn to the project because of my relationship with him, and then falling in love with Evelyn and playing a mother of such an adventurous girl and playing a character that is a hero has been such a delight and such and interesting foray into the next evolution of my career that I haven't really connected with or touched before."

As Mack noted, if nothing else, the fact that she's now playing a mom marks the progression of her career. Seven years after Smallville's finale, however, she says she still sometimes gets recognized as Chloe, editor of the Smallville High School newspaper.

"The character that I played was very accessible and very normal, so the fans that I have are really lovely, and people, more than anything, treat me like a friend that they've had for a long time, which is really nice and definitely a cool benefit of being such an accessible character for so long," she shared, adding that while she and her former Smallville co-stars "went our separate ways" after the series concluded, they still "love each other and support each other."

"I knew [Tom Welling] was doing something, because he had an Instagram that said, 'Back on set,'" she said of Welling's new gig as a series regular on Lucifer. "That's great!"

As for Mack's next move, she revealed she has "a few things I'm pursuing."

"I would love to do some more work on television. I think it's just a matter of finding the right project," she confessed. "I think the biggest thing that I've learned is really how to listen to yourself and really understand how to hear your own voice and know what's right for you and what's important to you, and also to really find people and surround yourself with people to work with that believe in you."

"I think it's very easy to get very lost in the industry that we work in, and get caught up in other people's ideas of what's good for you," she continued, pausing at the thought of one day reviving Smallville like so many series seem to be doing. "I think 10 seasons is a long time. I think it would take a lot for us to come back, but, you know, never say never."

Amazon's Lost in Oz debuts Aug. 4 on Prime Video.


http://www.etonline.com/tv/223056_exclu ... mpdoc.html




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