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Pre-Existing Web Series - Onicia Update - September 2019

Pre-Existing Web Series Onicia Muller

Hot girl summer is coming to an end. That's it. That's the intro.

The official trailer for Pre-Existing, a web series by David Audino is here. The first episode will premiere on September 18, 2019. A new episode will air every Wednesday for 17 consecutive weeks!

You can watch online at or on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vimeo and YouTube.


This month's Fangirlin' section is dedicated to some of my Pre-Existing web series collaborators.

David Audino poured his sweat, blood, and tears into Pre-Existing. In fact, he even dedicated his firstborn to bring this project to life. Check out his first short film Bookmarked. 

"A woman has never read the last chapter of a book until a chance encounter changes everything. A short film Written and Directed by David Audino. Starring Catharine Savage, Erin Field & Jordan Savusa."

Bookmarked from David Audino on Vimeo.

Lisette Hall is a talented director, producer, and improv performer. See Lisette Hall live at Annoyance, Second CIty, and other comedy theatres in Chicago.
Lissette Hall - Chicago Improv performer

Sandy Lee is an actor and stand-up comedian in Chicago. See her live at Back Room Comedy on September 20. There's NO COVER. Details at

Greg Callozzo is a talented comedic actor, family man, and an incredible athlete. I stan forever.

Sonal Aggarwal is a booked and busy stand-up comedian and comedic actress. This month alone she's been at The Moth, Laugh Factory Chicago, and The Paper Machete. Don't sleep on her podcast, Rani Rage Radio, with Meg Indurti.

Pre-Exisiting web series Onicia Muller Lissette Hall Sandy Lee Chicago films

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Created on St. Maarten. Based in Chicago. Onicia Muller (@OniciaMuller) writes, says funny things, and enjoys hanging with creative minds. 
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