Katie is co-owner of production company Love Drunk Life which produces work for both stage and screen. Check out Love Drunk Life's website HERE. Check below for select projects Katie has produced.
happy yummy chicken
Taryn Manning (Orange is the New Black, Hustle & Flow, Crossroads) and Diane Guerrero (Jane the Virgin, Orange is the New Black) star in the upcoming musical mockumentary Happy Yummy Chicken written by Brandon Monokian. Directed by Anna Loyd Bradshaw, Manning and Guerrero are joined by Suzzanne Douglas (How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Lifetime’s Whitney) and fellow Orange is the New Black cast member Emma Myles. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Happy Yummy Chicken writer Monokian, Erik Ransom (GRINDR the Opera), Elaine Bromka (Uncle Buck), Ashley Biel (Concussion), Julie Fain Lawrence (Concussion), Jessica Romano (Jerseylicious), Marissa Rosen (My Big Gay Italian Wedding), Michael Liscio Jr. (Pokémon, Avenue Q), Noam Ash (My Gay Roommate) and Alexandra Giorgio (My Big Gay Italian Funeral).
Happy Yummy Chicken follows two men (played by Monokian and Ransom) as they create a musical inspired by a news story of a woman (Biel) sitting in a fried chicken restaurant for two months after a breakup. A satire of true events, the film takes a simultaneously outrageous and poignant view of the insane things we do for love.
The film features live music composed by Joey Contreras, Erik Ransom, Andy Peterson, Michael Liscio Jr. and more.
Director: Anna Loyd Bradshaw
Writer: Brandon Monokian
Producers: Taryn Manning, Aden Hakimi, Julie Fain Lawrence
Executive Producers: Katie Frazer, Brandon Monokian
Starring: Taryn Manning, Diane Guerrero, Suzzanne Douglas, Emma Myles, Brandon Monokian, Erik Ransom, Ashley Biel, Elaine Bromka, Julie Fain Lawrence, Jessica Romano, Marissa Rosen, Michael Liscio Jr., Noam Ash, Alexandra Giorgio
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Katie both co-produced and starred in this quirky little Philadelphia Fringe Festival hit. His name is Peabody Magoo. Yes, that's two cartoon character names in one. First name: a cartoon dog. Last name: an old man who's face looks like a scrotum. An awkward name for an awkward boy. This is an adorably tragic search for love. The Most Awkward Love Life of Peabody Magoo premiered at the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival where it showed for eight performances. It was directed by Brandon Monokian and starred Scott Brieden, Katie Frazer, Caitlin Gutches and Michelle Lupo. Broadway World called the show "intimate and heartfelt" and "a must see play at this year's Philly Fringe Festival," while Phindie said the show was "irresistibly sweet, adorable, and totally engaging."