Stay Tuned for . . . “The Republic of Sarah”

Stay Tuned for . . . “The Republic of Sarah”

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Earlier this month UCR reported Acting Assistant Professor Kimberly Guerrero is co-starring in the CBS pilot “The Republic of Sarah.” The story as reported by UCR News, is focused on a small town in Morrisville, New Hampshire that one day finds itself garnering world attention when a valuable resource is discovered within its borders. When the citizens of the town discover a cartographical error that allow them to declare independence, they take a vote, and, in the process, a story unfolds where Guerrero’s character, Mary, through her inner strength and self-reliance provides support to the woman elected to lead the new nation played by Sarah Cooper (Sarah Drew, “Grey’s Anatomy”).  In the wake of the election Mary who is also the town’s veterinarian, becomes a member of the new nation’s governing board.  The pilot, described as a cross between “Northern Exposure” meets “The West Wing,” is far from Guerrero’s professional acting debut especially regarding television. She has appeared in recurring roles on two series, “Longmire” and “Blood & Oil.” She also played Johnna Monevata in the Tony Award winning Broadway play, “August: Osage County” and earlier this year starred in a supporting role in the upcoming feature film, “The Glorias: A Life on the Road.”  Guerrero told UCR News, “I’m thrilled to be part of this pilot. It is a very special show with a powerful message of how we can figure out ways to still like, even love each other, and find ways to move forward when we don’t agree politically.” She concluded, “I can’t think of a better time than now for a story like this to be on network television each week. I’m certainly hoping CBS feels the same way.”

Header Photo: UCR Acting Assistant Professor Kimberly Guerrero

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