Pilot Episode: First Online With Fran with Angelina Fiordellisi

On November 19th, 2012 First Online With Fran featured Artistic Director and founder of the Cherry Lane Theatre, Angelina Fiordellisi. Listen to her reflect on the work at the Cherry Lane Theatre, most notably the 2013 Mentor Project, among others, and how they contribute to cultivating an urban artist colony, honor its ground-breaking heritage, create theater that illuminates contemporary issues and transforms the human spirit. Click here for more info.

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Unsung Heroes: Backstage Professionals

Monday, February 29, 2016, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM TheatreLab 357 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor Unsung Heroes: Backstage Professionals Beyond the Spotlight ~ Career Choices in the Theater Learn from the backstage pros. Designers, Stage Hands, Sound Engineers, Dressers, Hair & Make-up Artists The women who make it happen! Hear their success stories and be inspired. Panelists include:  CAREY BERTINI (Broadway Dresser), WENDY DAVIDSON (Theatre Director/Stagehand), CHRISTINA GRANT (Hair & Make-up Artist), STARLET JACOBS (Scenic Designer), EILEEN MACDONALD (Sound Engineer), MARILYN RENNAGEL (Lighting Designer), SYLVIA YOSHOIKA (House Electrician), KAREN ZABINSKI (Audio Engineer & Stage Technician Moderated by: JANE DUBIN, Broadway Producer Join your colleagues, expand your networks, bring a potential new member! LPTW Members: FREE Non-Members $15 Non-Members with Theatrical Union Affiliation $10 Brought to you by your LPTW Networking Committee: Joan Kane and Frances McGarry, Co-Chairs; Richarda Abrams, Ivy Austin, Katherine Elliot, Victoria Hale, Lorna Lable, Dorothy Leeds, Mary McGinley, Romy Nordlinger, June Rachelson-Ospa, Wenday Peace, Amie Sponza; Elizabeth Strauss/Apprentice.  Save the Date – Monday, May 9, 2016, 6pm - 8pm New Wave: Young Members and their Projects … [Read More...]

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Sound Bites 3.0 Festival 10 Musicals – One Night Only!

Friend What Are You Waiting For? I will be performing in the new musical comedy WE HAVE APPLES as the Nurse January 18th 7 pm 47th Street Theater! It’s a 10-minute showcase that will be sure to please.  Hope you can make it! Stay tuned for a First Online With Fran interview with Rachel Griffin. […]

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The value of arts education

 By Melissa Pranke November 25, 2015 10:34 a.m.  The arts are one of the most human of expressions. From the time we are small we love to sing, dance, draw and learn about others’ lives through drama. We are provoked and challenged through the arts. Learning through the arts is not a luxury; it’s a […]

Children Respond To Globalism Through Art With A Message Of Peace

These kids are expressing a powerful message of solidarity through their art. Aaron Barksdale Voices Editorial Fellow, The Huffington Post  “Art can be a powerful tool in expressing emotion as well as healing; this project has had a positive effect on our students,” said Lisa Nowicki, director of fine arts at Léman. “ On Monday Lahuerte […]

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Georgia Stitt: Her Need to Tell. . . through Music

Her love of literature coupled with a flair for creating her own melodies as a child pianist coalesced into becoming the career choice for composer/lyricist Georgia Stitt.  “I have always been a musician.  When I was seven years-old, I remember trying to play Bach and then [wanting to] improve it.”  Her innate talent to invent […]

Making Music: The League of Professional Theatre Women Networking Event

TAKE IT AWAY!  captures the passion and promise of this event to represent the mission of The League:  an advocacy organization; a support system for women in theatre; a center for the exchange of information and skills that women can utilize in their careers; a means of linking women in the professional theatre; a forum for […]

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Testimonial #47: Katherine Elliot, Actor/Producer The Tempest Ladies

How has your life been indelibly touched by a teacher who utilized the arts for whatever reason and acknowledge how they were instrumental in breaking the mold to allow you to become who you are today? Being artistic is just sort of in my blood, so I guess I was born with a broken mold. […]

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