We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Collaboration Award will be presented by CASEY McLAIN and AMY ROSE MARSH of Samuel French, Artistic Directors of the Samuel French OOB Festival.
Queens for a Year: T.D. Mitchell & Sheryl Kaller
Every Fold Matters: Lizzie Olesker & Lynne Sachs
South Street Annie: Elyse S. Singer & Carson Kreitzer
Yellow Card Red Card: Melisa Tien & Tamilla Woodard
Art Takes Seoul: Mira Gandy & Ahrum Claiborne
The Loneliest: Lilian Mehrel & Gabriele Schafer
Still Will Be Heard: Liz Queler & Mindy Cooper
St. Joan: Julia Pascal & Katrin Hilbe
Come celebrate with us and hear about these successful collaborations. Special guests to be announced soon.
Hope to see you there,
Shellen Lubin & Leslie Shreve
Parity Party from Works by Women
...raising awareness and funding!PM
Sunday, October 18 @ 7pm
at TheaterLab357 W. 36th Street, 3rd Floor (btwn 8th & 9th) Tickets $25 with code GIRLPOWER ($35 otherwise)
Join Coalition affiliate member organization Works by Women at TheaterLab in Midtown Manhattan for an evening of performances, networking, light food, beverages, and a silent auction to raise awareness and funding toward our goal of reaching gender equality in the theatre by the year 2020.
A Woman Like Me
A special invitation to get a discount for the upcoming theatrical premiere of Liz Giamatti and Alex Sichel's new film. Winner of the special Jury Award for Directing at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival, A WOMAN LIKE ME chronicles Sichel's life, creative process and alter ego (played by Lili Taylor) after being diagnosed with Metastatic Breast Cancer.
All Coalition Member Org Members (see below for list) will receive tickets for $10.75 instead of the usual $14
for any screening October 12-15 at the Village East Cinema.
Please present this newsletter at the boxoffice to redeem the discount.
A WOMANLIKE ME
Village East Cinema -E 12th Street & 2nd Av
Directed by Alex Sichel & Elizabeth Giamatti ~ Starring Lili Taylor
After being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2011, acclaimed Brooklyn-based filmmaker Alex Sichel decided to confront her terminal illness and rapidly changing life by keeping a video diary. During the documentation process, Sichel created a fictional, more optimistic alter-ego Anna (portrayed by Lili Taylor) with the same prognosis. Co-director Elizabeth Giamatti documented the creative process, and together they crafted an inventive, self-reflexive documentary-narrative hybrid that explores what is on Sichel's mind throughout her illness: parenting, marriage, faith, life, and death.
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