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Streaming January 13-25, 2023 Digital Screening Room

USA | 45 minutes | 2022

Fabulous Ohs

South Florida Premiere

“You have to do it or your soul dies,” says Sharon Ohrenstein, in her daughter’s award-winning film The Fabulous Ohs, the Marriage and the Music. This documentary chronicles the marriage and career of her parents, Sharon and David Ohrenstein who lived a sometimes unsteady, but undeniably magical life spent chasing a career in the performing arts. The Ohrensteins met in Sarasota, Florida, where David was working as a part-time composer and concert pianist, and Sharon, as an actress and singer. A whirlwind romance led to a marriage in which both initially performed in their own separate shows until a one-off concert performed in tandem became their most successful gig. That inspired a career as a traveling act, performing numbers from Broadway and historical musicals, carving out a career in the arts. Touching and heartfelt, The Fabulous Ohs speaks to the resiliency and willpower Sharon and David displayed chasing their dream to bring their original music to the world, while living in a city like Sarasota, far away from the art meccas of New York and Los Angeles.

Accompanying the film premiere is a discussion with director Kathryn Parks and film subjects Sharon & David Ohrenstein. To view the conversation please click here.

Director's Bio

Directed by Kathryn Parks

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Kathryn Parks is an award-winning filmmaker who has been recognized with the 'Ladies in Film and Entertainment' award by the Sunshine City Film Festival — honoring the top women in the film and entertainment industry in the Tampa Bay, Florida area. Her two narrative short films "Her Place" and "50 Words" were both awarded Best Florida Film. She is also a screen and stage actor and an accomplished singer. The Fabulous Ohs is Kathryn's documentary filmmaking debut.

Cast and Credits


Kathryn Parks


Kathryn Parks


Dylan Jon Wade Cox


Kathryn Parks


Sharon Ohrenstein, David Ohrenstein

Film Info






45 minutes


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