(Asked by email for details of "Louis & Keely's" future, Vanessa replied, "I haven't been green lit to formally announce what's officially happening. Jake [Broder] and I have been opening up the script a bit to make it fit a bigger venue. It's moved a bit slower than I would like, but we're still on track to get it up and going at a theater not in Los Angeles very soon. How's that for vague?")
Although she considered taking a role in "Stoneface," she ultimately decided against it.
"I felt like this was his show. I wanted to be in the audience opening night seeing him get his due. When I imagined it in my brain, it was much more exciting to be in the audience. I cried when The Times called him a 'revelation.' I wanted French to be seen as something other than what people knew him as. That was my inspiration for doing the play and why I stuck with it."