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Melissa Errico performed in the concert LOVE, DESIRE & MYSTERY alongside Adam Gopnik on October 14, 2020, now available to stream.
Dael Orlandersmith received the prestigious Doris Duke Artist Award for theater from the DDCF.
Fran Kirmser produces Florencia Iriondo’s SOUTH, scheduled to premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on October 14, 2020.
Snezhana Chernova performs in DIALOGUES WITH MEMORY on October 15, 2020.
Magaly Colimon stars as Antoinette Pierre in the upcoming Netflix show GRAND ARMY, which premieres on October 16, 2020.
Jessica Hecht stars as Carol in Season 2 of the TV show THE BOYS.
Russell G. Jones stars in HERE WE ARE by Nikkole Salter as part of the weekly Theatre for One: Here We Are series which runs on Thursdays through September 24, 2020.
Snezhana Chernova is a member of The Literary Theater Dialogue, which was nominated for the prestigious award INTERNATIONAL STAR OF THEATER, 2020 in the category BEST RUSSIAN THEATER ABROAD. Cast your votes here.
Joy Coronel is dialect coaching a Williamstown Theatre Festival radio play that is being recorded by Audible.
Melissa Errico released TWO SPRING SONGS FOR SUMMER available to listen on Spotify, Amazon and Apple Music.
Magaly Colimon‘s Conch Shell Productions, in collaboration with Braata Productions and Kumu Kahua Theater, has formed RESET Theatre Coalition, which is committed to presenting new works by American playwrights – of African, Caribbean, Native American, Latin American, Central American, Asian, European, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Polynesian descent – that will inspire a RESET in America.
Ryan William Downey‘s play PERISCOPE, directed by Theresa Buchheister, will be presented along with OUT (123.73) by The Million Underscores (and featuring Michelle Uranowitz) on July 12, 2020.
Paul Pryce was interviewed by HowlRound for their series SEGAL TALKS, featuring a discussion on the situation for theatre artists in New York City.
Magaly Colimon‘s play WATERFALL OF THE GODS was featured in the Planet Connections Zoom Fest on June 8, 2020. Her work will also be featured in the Fest’s presentation on June 29, 2020.
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