Raffaela Capp, an InRage development artist is staring in the upcoming movie, "Reach". Capp is set to play Kimberly Hill in the high school dramedy, which deals with bullying and the power of true friendship.
Raffaela, born and raised in New York loved preforming ever since a young age. After graduating from Long Island Performing Arts and Technical High School, she then went on to study liberal arts and performance at Sarah Lawrence College. Capp wrote and stared in a short film and has multiple songs to go along with it. She collaborated with InRage Entertainment on her award-winning single “Hurricane”. Her song “I Love Me” will be featured in the new move “Reach”. "I Love Me" sends the message of positivity and self love, which correlates with the theme of the movie. Rafael's EP will be out later this year.
For more about the movie, check out "Reach The Movie" website at https://www.themoviereach.com
Read Manhattan Digest's spotlight on Raffaela here
Photo Credit - Candice Dawson