Pilot Episode: First Online With Fran with Angelina FiordellisiOn 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.
I will be performing the role of Anna Cantour in OUR MOTHER'S BRIEF AFFAIR by Richard Greenberg Studio Theatre will be the first Long Island theatre to present this off-Broadway drama about a woman who stuns her family by revealing a secret about her past. But how much of it is true? Hope you can make the show! January 13th through January 29th Fridays @8:00PM – 1/13, 1/20, 1/27 Saturdays @8:00PM – 1/14, 1/21, 1/28 Sundays @2:30PM – 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 Thursday, @8:00PM - 1/19 Directed by David Dubin Edward Cress as her son, Seth Lauren Duffy, daughter Abby David Rifkind, her Lover/Dad Tom DeAngelo, Stage Manager Tickets: www.studiotheatreli.com For industry seats: email@example.com Directions to Studio Theatre LI: From the Southern State Pkwy: Take exit 35 south (Wellwood Avenue). Pass Route 109. Then pass Sunrise Highway (Route 27). Studio Theatre is on South Wellwood Avenue, 100 feet south of Hoffman Avenue (LIRR train trestle overhead). Theatre is on the right, above Bridal Shop. From Route 27A : North on Wellwood Avenue. Theatre is on the left, just before the train trestle overhead. We are above the Bridal Shop. … [Read More...]
Theatre Communications Group Essay Salon BY MONICA BAUER On the last day of the run of the “three plays against Islamophobia”, Aizzah Fatima called me to come down from the audience to share our final bows together. She told the story of this crazy Christian woman who called her out of the blue […]
Posted by Shoshana · Thursday, November 10th, 2016 Shoshana Fanizza Chief Audience Builder, Audience Development Specialists “The arts can be a healing agent and a solution to what we are experiencing. We need to heal the fear and create a more loving experience for all considered and for our planet.” I woke up this morning realizing […]
In our continuing effort to develop and promote women in the professional theatre The League of Professional Theatre Women invite you to another… NETWORKING EVENT Connect, Collaborate, and Consolidate Join your colleagues, expand your networks, bring a potential new member! Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Castillo Theatre 543 West 42nd […]
This month, we acknowledge all those who have proudly and passionately dedicated their lives to these diverse, beautiful, and often challenging forms of expression. In our increasingly global economy, we recognize the power of the arts and humanities to connect people around the world. Be it through the pen of a poet, the voice of […]
New York Theatre Guide Posted By: Jacquelyn Claire on: September 10, 2016 “The Lady Liberty Theater Festival,” presented by Aizzah Fatima and Monica Bauer, comprises three short punchy plays and a song in praise of freedom and against Islamophobia. As I arrived in the theater, the soundtrack was blasting out music with American themes. I got […]
The First 100 Stories Campaign
First Online With Fran: The First 100 Stories Campaign National Arts in Education Week, September 8 -14. In July 2010, Congress designated the second week of September as National Arts In Education Week to promote and showcase the immense role arts education has in producing engaged, successful, and college and career-ready students. To that end, First Online with Fran is launching The First 100 Stories Campaign. The Arts continue to be cut from school curriculums across the nation. Despite arts advocacy groups’ efforts to prevent the decline of arts inclusion, the budgetary solution remains to be that the arts are perceived as extra-curricular and disposable. In Chris Cleave’s novel Little Bee, the central character decided to right a wrong by collecting stories: “One story makes you weak. But as soon as we have one-hundred stories, you will be strong.” Similarly, we can do the same for the Arts. Here’s how: Let’s hear it from you: Teachers! Students! Graduates! Parents! … Submit Your Testimonial...
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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