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Texas Frightmare Weekend Schedule :: Felissa Rose #806

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Felissa Rose #806

Appearing Sat,Sun

Appearing Saturday and Sunday ONLY

Buying a ticket to Texas Frightmare Weekend is not a guarantee that you will meet any celebrity guest.

Admission to the event does not include autographs, professional photo ops, photos with guests or any merchandise.
Demand for some guests may be particularly high and it may be impossible for an individual guest to meet every attendee that wants to meet them.
VIP passholders will receive priority line placement as designated by event.
Autograph Only - $40, Table Photo Only - $40, Combo Autograph/Table Photo - $40.
PLEASE NOTE: Autographs are sold by the guests and their management; therefore, Texas Frightmare Weekend does not guarantee that pricing will be made available prior to the event. Additionally, autograph prices are determined by the quests and/or their management; all prices are subject to change without warning at any time.
Felissa Rose Esposito grew up in New York always wanting to perform. At the age of 13, she landed the role of Angela in the cult film Sleepaway Camp (1983). At the age of 17, she applied for early admission to New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and was admitted that fall. Attending The Lee Strasberg institute, she began formal training as a serious actress.

Performing in plays around Manhattan put her hard work to the test. Felissa played Denise Savage in Savage in "Limbo," Karen in "Phone Sex," Renée in David Henry Hwang's "M.Butterfly," Willie in "This Property is Condemned," Desdemona in William Shakespeare's "Othello," and many more. Film work includes Woody Allen's Another Woman (1988), Pain and Suffering, The Night We Never Met (1993), and MTV's The Party Phone Series opposite Adam Sandler. She is currently working with NY Dinner Theater and plays Louise in Disorganized Crime as well as pursuing TV and film work.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

10:00 am

Autograph Sessions :: Level 1, Exhibit Hall
Bonnie Aarons #629, 631, Charles Band #127, Dakota Beavers #609, Harrod Blank #709, Jeffrey Byron #137, Larry Wade Carrell #507, Nick Castle #700, 701, David Clennon #604, Christopher Collet #807, James Jude Courtney #704, 705, Grant Cramer #716, Charles Cyphers #632, 634, Malcolm Danare #616, Keith David #600, 602, Eileen Dietz #644, Dane DiLiegro #611, Andrew Divoff #613, Amie Donald #802, Karen Fields #808, Zach Galligan #626, Harry Goaz #646, Naomi Grossman #640, 642, Ed Guinn #533, Katherine Kamhi #809, John Kassir #811, Sheryl Lee #648, Damien Leone #637, 639, Nancy Loomis #636, 638, Quinn Lord #621, 623, Peter Maloney #610, Mike Martinez #710, Richard Masur #612, 614, Teri McMinn #238, Amber Midthunder #605, 607, John Allen Nelson #707, William Ostrander #618, Joel Polis #608, Billy Pon #548, Ted Raimi #655, Andrew Robinson #635, Felissa Rose #806, Raimi Sam Autograph Purchase Booth #652, 654, Tom Savini #622, 624, Michael Siegel #708, Suzanne Snyder #714, P.J. Soles #702, 703, Barbara Steele #717, Tyler Tackett #507, Steve Tash #620, David Howard Thornton #641, 643, Tom Van Dell #810, Tim Vigil #455, Cerina Vincent #657, Thomas G. Waites #606, Alex Winter #625, 627, Ray Wise #650, Lyle Blackburn #503, Charles Chiodo #711, Edward Chiodo #712, Stephen Chiodo #713, Zeph E. Daniel #507, Kitty Korvette #501, Ed Neal #535, 537, Kelley Wilson Robinson #548
Saturday May 27, 2023 :: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

1:00 pm

Roasting Weenies: 40 Years of SLEEPAWAY CAMP :: Grand Ballroom, Alamo Drafthouse Screening and Panel Room
Christopher Collet #807, Karen Fields #808, Katherine Kamhi #809, Felissa Rose #806, Tom Van Dell #810, Angel Melanson
Sunday May 28, 2023 :: 1:00 pm

Taking of photographs and the use of recording devices in the screening and panel room (Grand Ballroom, Level 4) is strictly prohibited. Attendees, members of the media and all other individuals may not record or photograph in this room at any time without express written permission from Texas Frightmare Weekend. This includes panels, Q&A's, movie screenings and any other event taking place in this room. Anyone caught filming movies will be escorted from the show.

Additionally, All schedules are posted approximately 2-3 weeks prior to the event. In most cases, the schedule is not posted any earlier due to continuing guest additions. If schedules were posted earlier, they would be invalid by the time the event approaches. Dates and times subject to change without notice. Seating for all panels and screenings are limited and buying a ticket to the convention does not guarantee seating. Panels and screenings are usually not full and have plenty of empty seats. However, some may be very popular and fill up very quickly. We reserve the right to clear the room prior to any screening or panel to make sure that attendees waiting in line are able to be seated. Please do not sit in on a panel prior to the one you really want to see to try and hold a seat(s). Plan your attendance accordingly.