10/31/2017

Next Wednesday: Join Us In Honoring Betty Corwin at Sardi's - 11/8





Please Join Us Next Wednesday....
November 8th at 12 Noon
For A Special Lifetime Achievement Award Luncheon Honoring
  


BETTY CORWIN:
THE WOMAN WHO PRESERVED
THE AMERICAN THEATRE


INTRODUCTION BY PULITZER PRIZE-WINNER
PAULA VOGEL

Betty Corwin, a longtime LPTW member, created and founded
The Theatre on Film and Tape Archives for the Library of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center (TOFT)
in 1970, and thus preserved generations of the American theatre. She turns 97 on November 18th and continues to be a powerful force, helming the LPTW's Oral History Program,
now in it's 25th year!

Wednesday, November 8th
12 Noon


Sardi's Restaurant
234 West 44th Street, 4th Floor

(Between 7th & 8th Ave)


● LUNCHEON INCLUDES CHAMPAGNE TOAST ●

TICKETS:
$125 Non-Member Ticket CLICK HERE
$1,750 - VIP Table for 10 CLICK HERE
Includes half-page B&W AD in BettyBill

Please note that there are no OvationTix ticketing fees for
purchasing online tickets. 


For more information, please visit:
TheatreWomen.org/Event/Betty-Corwin

For more information, please contact:
PADDISS@GMAIL.COM
LUDOVICA@THEATREWOMEN.ORG
SROMMA@THEATREWOMEN.ORG

Ambassadors:
Pat Addiss
Margot Astrachan
Cesi Davidson
Katherine Elliot
Kimberly Loren Eaton
Shellen Lubin
Frances McGarry
Kate Mueth
Sophia Romma
Erica Silberman


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10/30/2017

Next Monday: Free Event! Oral History With Tony Award-Winning Daryl Roth - 11/6





LPTW Oral History Presents:
11 Time Tony Award-Winning Producer
Daryl Roth 

Interviewed by Drama Critic Linda Winer



Monday, November 6th
6PM


The Bruno Walter Auditorium
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
at Lincoln Center
Corner of 65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue


Daryl Roth holds the singular distinction of producing seven Pulitzer Prize-Winning plays and currently serves as the Co-Chair of the LPTW's Advisory Council. Join us as she discusses her extensive life and work in the theatre. 

Plays produced by Daryl include:
Indecent (2017 Tony Award)
A View from the Bridge (2016 Tony)
Kinky Boots (2013 Tony Award)
Clybourne Park (2012 Tony Award)
August: Osage County (2008 Tony Award)
Proof (2001 Tony Award)
And many more, totaling over 100 productions!


She will be interviewed by Linda Winer, a prize-winning theatre critic, who was most recently a drama critic at NEWSDAY from 1987 to 2017.

This program is produced by Betty Corwin,
with Pat Addiss and Sophia Romma.


Free admission. First come, first seated.

This program is made possible, in part, with public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and with funds from the NYS Council on the Arts, a state agency, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. The Oral History Project also enjoys continued support from the Edith Meiser Foundation.





10/20/2017

News & Events in NY & LA from the Coalition




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Check out new events and announcements from our member orgs 
on our Blog any time
and new articles of interest about women in the arts and media 
on our Facebook Page.
from TRU - Theater Resources Unlimited & the Coalition


Tuesday, October 24th
The Playroom Theater 

Moderated by TRU Vice President and Co-Founder 
Cheryl Davis
Speakers to include:
Pat Addiss, producer (Gigi, TONY Award for Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike and Spring AwakeningA Christmas StoryThe Fantasticks); 
Sue Frost, founding partner at Junkyard Dog Productions (Come From Away, TONY Award-winning Memphis, First Date); 
Baayork Lee, co-founder & executive artistic director and 
Nina Zoie Lam, co-founder & advisory board member of 
National Asian Arts Project; 
Kristin Marting, executive director of HERE Arts Center; 
Lorca Peress, artistic director of MultiStages; 
Cheryl Wiesenfeld, 4-time Tony winning producer (Vanya & Sonia & Masha & SpikeAll the WayPorgy & BessElaine Stritch: At Liberty; plus A Steady RainPlay DeadThe ExoneratedIn the Continuum).

Is theater a welcoming environment for women producers? Has that changed over the years? Do women producers offer a different aesthetic from their male counterparts? Studies indicate that women tend to be more collaborative, intuitive and empathetic in their management style. Though perhaps a generalization, do women producers display a different management style? There is controversy about the disproportionate number of works by men produced both historically and in the present. Might more women producers mean more works by women, and more stories that center on women? Is commercial theater or not-for-profit more welcoming for women? And given all these questions, what might theater look like with more women producers taking the lead?
Doors open at 7:00pm for networking and refreshments, roundtable introductions of everyone in the room will start at 7:30pm - come prepared with your best one-minute summary of who you are, and what you need. Free for TRU members; $12.50 for non-members, free for TRU, $5 for members of Women in Arts & Media Coalition members (use the button that says "Coalition"). Please use the bright red reservation box at  https://truonline.org/events/women-producers/, or call at least a day in advance (or much sooner) for reservations: 212/714-7628; or e-mail  TRUStaff1@gmail.com
from LPTW - League of Professional Theatre Women


LPTW Oral History Presents:
11 Time Tony Award-Winning Producer
Daryl Roth 
Interviewed by Drama Critic Linda Winer



Monday, November 6th
6:00 PM


The Bruno Walter Auditorium

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
at Lincoln Center
Corner of 65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue

Daryl Roth holds the singular distinction of producing seven Pulitzer Prize-Winning plays and currently serves as the Co-Chair of the LPTW's Advisory Council. Join us as she discusses her extensive life and work in the theatre. 

She will be interveiwed by Linda Winer, a prize-winning theatre critic, who was most recently a drama critic at NEWSDAY from 1987 to 2017.
This program is produced by Betty Corwin,
with Pat Addiss and Sophia Romma.


Free admission. First come, first seated.
To assure seats, please arrive by 5:30pm.
This program is made possible, in part, with public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and with funds from the NYS Council on the Arts, a state agency, with support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. The Oral History Project also enjoys continued support from the Edith Meiser Foundation.
from WIE - Women in Entertainment



Women in Entertainment is hosting its 
3rd Annual Summit at the 
Skirball Center in Los Angeleson 
November 2, 2017

Over the course of the day, WIE will gather some of the most creative minds in television, film, and sports for a series of powerful keynotes, thought-provoking panel discussions, and inspiring fireside chats. 

Designed to address a range of issues that affect women, topics include the rise of women's leadership, how storytelling can impact social change, and empowering the next generation of women creatives. 


Some of the speakers for this year's summit include Geena Davis, Actor, Producer and Founder of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media; Patty Jenkins, Director and Screenwriter; Ava DuVernay, Director, Screenwriter, Film marketer and Film distributor; Gabrielle Carteris, Actress and SAG-AFTRA President; Greta Gerwig, Director, Writer & Actress and more!

Special discounted tickets for members of Women in the Arts & Media Coalition can be purchased here by entering the passcode WIE2017.
from Women's Project Theater



Runs Oct. 28 - Nov. 26


"Why is it still like this?" Janice sighs to Eliza. It's 1992, and Eliza is the brainy new recruit at a small-shop architecture firm. But she's struggling to get a foothold on even the lowest rung of the company ladder, and starts making moves to blow the lid off their pandora's box of office politics and social maneuvering, in this sharply hilarious black comedy. Rebeck brings her trademark blistering wit to the workplace in this darkly funny and all-too-relevant comedy of gender politics.

WP Theater proudly presents, by special arrangement with Segal NYC Productions, the Off-Broadway premiere of What We're Up Against from award winning playwright Theresa Rebeck (MauritusSeminar, NBC's "Smash"), Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Dry LandEmpathitrax), starring Skylar Astin (Spring Awakening, "Pitch Perfect"), Marg Helgenberber (The Little Foxes, "CSI"), Jim Parrack (Of Mice and Men, "True Blood"), Krysta Rodriguez (First Date, NBC's "Smash"), & Damian Young (All My Sons, "House of Cards").

Please visit our website, wptheater.org for more information about the show, and to purchase tickets.

Members can use code WWUA5 when entering at checkout to receive $5 off the ticket price.  We can offer an even steeper discount for groups of 9 or more.

from Red Rising Marketing



Limited Engagement from October 8 thru October 28
Baruch Performing Arts Center
55 Lexington Ave (25th St, bet. 3rd & Lex)
New York, NY 10010
ardeneverywhere.com

"As reimagined by Ms. Bauman, this story of exiles in love and in conflict becomes a meditation on immigrants and refugees today."-
Ben Brantley, The New York Times from an article entitled
Reinventing Shakespeare, According to the Gospel of Joseph Papp
ARDEN/EVERYWHERE: The "As You Like It" Project is presented in collaboration with Baruch Performing Arts Center

65 Million Displaced People. All the World is Arden.

Arden/Everywhere re-imagines Shakespeare's "As You Like It" as a story about refugees. It unlocks this beloved comedy's deepest heartbeat to tell a distinctly contemporary story - one that looks into a world of dislocation and exile to discover resilience, reconciliation and love. Performed by a diverse cast of actors whose origins extend from Russia to Liberia to Sri Lanka to Ohio, it unleashes theater's unique ability to awaken empathy, locating our common humanity in the face of a seemingly incomprehensible global catastrophe.

Special Offer:
$25* (reg. $36) from October 8-9,use code RED 
$29* (reg. $36) from October 13-28,use code RED2 at ArdenEverywhere.com

PHONE: Call (212) 352-3101 and mention code from above

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10/09/2017

News & Events from the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition




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Check out new events and announcements from our member orgs 
on our Blog any time
and new articles of interest about women in the arts and media 
on our Facebook Page.
from TRU and the Coalition

Women Producers: 

What They Uniquely Bring to the Table

Tuesday, October 24th
The Playroom Theater, 

Moderated by TRU Vice President and Co-Founder 
Cheryl Davis.

Presented in association with us (the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, speakers include:
Sue Frost, founding partner at Junkyard Dog Productions (Come From Away, TONY Award-winning Memphis, First Date); 
Kristin Marting, executive director of HERE Arts Center; 
Lorca Peress, artistic director of MultiStages; 
Cheryl Wiesenfeld, 4-timeTony winning producer (Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, All the Way, Porgy & Bess, Elaine Stritch: At Liberty; plus 
A Steady Rain, Play Dead, The Exonerated, In the Continuum);  
plus others to be announced soon.


Is theater a welcoming environment for women producers? Has that changed over the years? Do women producers offer a different aesthetic from their male counterparts? Studies indicate that women tend to be more collaborative, intuitive and empathetic in their management style. Though perhaps a generalization, do women producers display a different management style? There is controversy about the disproportionate number of works by men produced both historically and in the present. Might more women producers mean more works by women, and more stories that center on women? Is commercial theater or not-for-profit more welcoming for women? And given all these questions, what might theater look like with more women producers taking the lead?

Doors open at 7:00pm for networking and refreshments, roundtable introductions of everyone in the room will start at 7:30pm - come prepared with your best one-minute summary of who you are and what you need. Free for TRU members, $5 for members of all Coalition member orgs, $12.50 for non-members

Please call or email at least a day in advance (or much sooner) for reservations: 212/714-7628 TRUStaff1@gmail.com
Also from TRU - Theater Resources Unlimited

Special offer for all Coalition member org members. Go to our own special page on the TRU website:


and use code WAMC15, and you will get a $95 one-year membership for $80.

This offer is being made to celebrate TRU becoming our most recent Affiliate Member organization.
from LPTW - League of Professional Theatre Women


SAVE THE DATE!
More info coming soon.

LPTW Oral History Presents:

Daryl Roth, Broadway Producer
Interviewed by Drama Critic Linda Winer
Monday, November 6th
6pm


The Bruno Walter Auditorium
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
At Lincoln Center
At the corner of 65th Street & Amsterdam
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