Keeping It Together


Keeping it Together follows the ending and reconnection of a relationship between two young women, Andy and Sabrina. Sabrina invites Andy to coffee, months after their breakup, desperately attempting to lure Andy back in with a life-altering secret.

At its core, KIT  is about betrayal, forgiveness, and how far we are willing to go for the ones we love.


Aurora Fox is a feminist actress, writer, and filmmaker who hails from a small town in rural Alaska. Aurora has been artist her whole life, frolicking in the woods of Alaska, singing as a bird in her small community theatre, and publishing her poetry. Aurora graduated from The New School University with Honors in May 2020 (On Zoom, yay!) Her passion for female-stories has driven her to create Keeping It Together, which she wrote in a coffee shop in the afternoons in between her survival jobs. She aims to create diverse, inclusive stories about flawed, imperfect women.

Julianna Pitt is an Award-Winning Director, Actress, Producer, Creator and Screenwriter. She is 1st generation Polish-American; her parents fled Communism from Poland. She’s known for her roles on HBO’s “High Maintenance,” recurring role as “Ellen” on ABC’s “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23,” and her role as “Lola” in the feature film “Sanctuary.” She trained at Sanford Meisner’s Playhouse West in Los Angeles, and The Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) Theatre in New York. She’s performed for several networks and many national commercials. She speaks fluent Polish. She attended the University of Florida, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Anthropology. She’s written an 8 episode Sci-fi series, and a Sci-fi medical pilot.