VintAge 2020, LPTW Oral History, and Native American Heritage Month

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2020 VintAge Award

3 pm East Coast
12 noon West Coast

Dame Rosemary Squire will present the 2020 Elsa Rael VintAge Award recipient to Martha Richards, Founder of WomenArts. Martha has dedicated her life to women in the arts at every stage of their career, around the world, and always with an eye to Diversity and Inclusion.

The event will include speakers and performers
celebrating Martha's lifetime of advocacy work.
Read all about all the speakers and performers
on the VintAge page on our website.

Included will be memories from SWAN Day of
Sandra Oh, Famke Janssen, andIsabel Allende.

Tickets are only $10 for all members of our member orgs
(check our website if you're not sure).

Hoping you can join us!

Have any questions? Email us!
From the League of Professional Theatre Women

     picture by Sneak Peak Photography
Monday, November 16, 2020 @ 6PM
Online on Zoom
This interview is prerecorded
and will be followed by a live Q&A.
If you would like to host or attend a pre or post-interview Zoom party email Ludovica@TheatreWomen.org

For the first installment of the
Oral History Project's 2020-2021 season,
 Micki Grant will talk about her prolific
and multi-faceted career with Richarda Abrams.  

Micki Grant is a multi-award-winning composer, lyricist, playwright, librettist, singer, and actress. Ms. Grant has been involved in the creation of some 18 theatrical productions, five of them on Broadway. With the long-running Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope, in which she also starred, she became the first woman to win a Grammy Award for the score of a Broadway musical. She also received Tony nominations for book, music, and lyrics. Read more here

Richarda Abrams, daughter of the late Dr. Muhal Richard Abrams (musician/composer/visionary/co-founder of the Association for The Advancement of Creative Musicians) is a three-time AUDELCO award-winning actress, singer, playwright, and producer of First By Faith: The Life Of Mary McLeod Bethune, which received the 2019 AUDELCO VIV Award for Solo Performance of the Year. Read more here.

The Oral History Project is an ongoing program of the League of Professional Theatre Women that chronicles and documents the contributions of significant theatre women in all fields. Founded and produced for 26 years by the late Betty Corwin, the Oral History Project is currently produced for the League by Ludovica Villar-Hauser. 
The League of Professional Theatre Women’s Oral History Project has previously featured interviews with such notables as Billie Allen, Kia Corthron, Tyne Daly, Carmen de Lavallade, Christine Ebersole, Angela Lansbury, Baayork Lee, Laura Linney, Patti LuPone, Frances McDormand, Bebe Neuwirth, Chita Rivera, Daryl Roth, Mercedes Ruehl, Paula Vogel, Lynn Nottage, among many other theatrical legends. 
You can watch a previous iteration of Oral History with Judith Light and Leigh Silverman on Monday, December 7th at 5:30p. Register HERE. 

This program is made possible, in part, 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.

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