Author: Natalie Boles

Dialogues with Memory

Dialogues with Memory

Dialogues with Memory Диалоги с Памятью

A presentation in partnership with Dialogue Theater in honor of the Russian novelist and poet Ivan Bunin’s 150th birthday.

Featuring:

Presenter: Irina Volkovich

Cast:

Marina Bondik

Snezhana Chernova

Christine Elmo

Kate Gerasimova

Akihiro Hattori

Anna K

Boris Khenzykhenov

Emelian Khokhlov

Florian Kiniffo

Artem Lyskov

Lyubov Orlovsky

Evgenyia Orudzheva

Timo Palonen

Alisa Rusanoff

Olga Sopian

Konstantin Soukhovetski

Inna Zozulya

Friday, March 13 at 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York

Free! | RSVP

Public Conversation: Documenting Artists – The Performing Arts Legacy Project

Documenting Artists: The Performing Arts Legacy Project

Public Conversation

Documenting Artists: The Performing Arts Legacy Project

A presentation of curated life histories from HB Studio’s The Performing Arts Legacy Project (PAL) workshop cohort in partnership with The Actors Fund Research Center for Arts & Culture

PAL is an initiative of the Research Center for Arts and Culture at The Actors Fund. PAL celebrates the contributions of older actors by supporting them to document their own careers in an online platform that serves as a shared theater history and educational resource.

Monday, March 9 at 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York

Free! | RSVP

HB STORIES: A 75TH ANNIVERSARY VALENTINE

HB Studio HB Stories_ A 75th Anniversary Valentine Event

HB Stories: A 75th Anniversary Valentine

Directed by Larry Rosen of “The Moth”, we present an HB Studio storytelling evening inspired by shows like “The Moth,” “RISK,” and “The Story Collider”.

Featuring Nadia Diamond, Vincent PastoreCarol RosenfeldReza SalazarBlack-Eyed SusanDanusia Trevino, and Zach Wynecoop.

Saturday, February 15 at 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York

Free! | RSVP

CLIMATE CHANGE, HOPE, AND THE ACTING COMMUNITY

Climate Change and the Acting Community with Tim Guinee

Climate Change, Hope, and the Acting Community

with Tim Guinee, actor, founder of The Climate Actors and leader in former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project

Monday, January 27th at 3pm and 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York

Free! | RSVP

The acting community can play a vital and irreplaceable role in confronting the climate crisis. Tim Guinee, actor, founder of The Climate Actors and leader in former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, will host a presentation and discussion of the latest science regarding climate change, and the many reasons we have to be hopeful in the face of this emergency.

Tim Guinee is the founder of the Climate Actors and a leader in former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project. He has given climate change presentations all over the United States as well as in Canada and North Africa. He enjoys giving talks to oppositional and underserved audiences including to such diverse groups as conservative fire departments, Houston oil industry executives, and maximum security inmates. He serves on the leadership council of Riverkeeper, the board of the Ashokan Center (New York’s oldest center for environmental education), the board of Green Product Placement and the advisory board of the Climate Institute. Professionally, he is an actor and director. He has appeared in over 200 movies (including Sweet Land – the 1st carbon neutral independent feature film), mini-series and episodes of television and another couple hundred plays. Learn more.

Public Conversation: STORYWEAVING: Spiderwoman Theater The oldest feminist and Native American theater in the U.S. and Canada (and probably the world)

Storyweaving: Spiderwoman Theater Event

STORYWEAVING: Spiderwoman Theater

The oldest feminist and Native American theater in the U.S. and Canada (and probably the world)

with founding members of Spiderwoman Theater Muriel Miguel and Gloria Miguel, moderated by Pat Golden

Monday, January 13th at 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York

Free!

Founding members of Spiderwoman Theater, Muriel Miguel and Gloria Miguel, discuss storyweaving—the process of unfolding a story’s dramatic structure over time—and how they have used this process throughout their many years of producing at the oldest feminist and Native American theater in the U.S. and Canada.

Gloria Miguel is Kuna/ Rappahannock. She studied drama at Oberlin College and is a founding member of Spiderwoman Theater. She has worked extensively in film and television. With Spiderwoman Theater, she has toured throughout Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Read more.

Muriel Miguel is a director, choreographer, playwright, actor and educator. She has directed almost all of Spiderwoman’s shows since their debut in 1976, in which time, they have written and produced over twenty original works for the theatre. Read more.