Francesca Rizzo is an award-winning actor/playwright and filmmaker whose works deal with provocative ideas in funny ways. Her indie short, Sullivan's Last Call is a sexy little film about celibacy and her plays Good in Bed (Dixon Place) explores the humanity beneath the kink and The Cherry Sisters (Cape May Stage/ NJ Performing Arts Center) uses humor to express the long range effects of domestic violence. Her TV satire, How to Be Donna Reed (Nick at Nite), purported to be a five-part personal growth workshop and won her a NY International Film & TV Festival gold medal.