All About Image/We Are The Elite

All About Image

Marcina Zaccaria’s All About Image/We Are The Elite

Directed by Tony Tambasco


A drama written in the present time, taking place in New York City and other parts of the U.S., All About Image/ We are the Elite is a journey of the people who make images. In the process of capturing and making these images, the characters explore their personal relationships while re-affirming their aesthetic principles.

What they see is under critique. What they present is a complete outpouring of their entire vision.

Part of the New York International Fringe Festival

Photos courtesy Steven Pisano

Kraine Theater

85 East 4th Street

New York, NY 10003

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October 3 @ 7:00pm

October 4 @ 7:00pm

October 5 @ 5:15pm

October 6 @ 5:30pm    


David Arthur Bachrach *

J. Dolan Byrnes *

Frances McGarry *

Jeff Burchfield *

Don Carter *

Catherine Luciani

Milton Lyles II

Nana Ponceleon

Akin Salawu

Lourdes Severny

Kelsey Shapira Katy Wilson
* Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Further details at Fringe BYOV.

Tickets available through Eventbrite








Testimonial #38: LindaAnn Loschiavo, Journalist, Dramatist, and a long time magazine columnist

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?

I had the best “teachers” . . . every talented performer I admired in a Broadway show taught me to pursue excellence and that you had to be able to tell a good story that would capture the audience’s attention.

My first full-length play came about when I was 10 years old.

I wrote my first one-act play (for 5 actresses), typed each script myself on a manual typewriter, developed the costumes with one of my aunts, and I had devised a simple “unit set”: 1 rocking chair. My 50-minute play was produced in Brooklyn, NY and it ran for close to 18 months.

My most recent play ran 1 hour, 40 minutes, had a simple set (1 stool, 2 chairs, and a small table), and a cast of eight. This play ran in Manhattan on West 46th Street from August 17th, 2013 – – November 24th, 2013. I have entered this play into the NYC Fringe Festival.

I doubt that I would have become a writer without so much exposure to the arts since I was an infant in a New York City crib listening to “La Boheme” while sucking on a pacifier.