10/12/2022

Coalition Events and Opportunities - October 2022

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From the League of Professional Theatre Women
and Lincoln Center Library

   PAT ADDISS interviewed by ROMA TORRE
 
Monday, October 17, 2022 @ 6:00PM EDT

LIVE IN PERSON!
at the BRUNO WALTER AUDITORIUM
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center
Corner of 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue 

Tony Award-winning producer, longtime LPTW member, and Special Advisor to the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition Pat Addiss will be interviewed by critic and journalist Roma Torre in this next installment of the League of Professional Theatre Women's ongoing series which chronicles and documents the contributions of significant women in theatre. This program is made possible, in part, with funds from the NYS Council on the Arts, a state agency, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnership with the City Council. LPTW is proud to have SHOWTIME as a Brava Sponsor!

LPTW Members & Friends of the League can pre-register w/ ludovica@theatrewomen.org.
Losing Ground
A film by Kathleen Collins
In select theaters and virtual cinemas NOW - released Friday, October 7

"Critically pushes back against facile depictions and monolithic reductions of Black people in the mainstream cinematic canon."- Yasmina Price, The New York Review

Watch the trailer here.
Info and Tickets here.
Save the Date!

When Zaydeh Danced on Eldridge Street
November 17-20
at the Edmond O. Safra Theater
Museum of Jewish Heritage - a Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Live and Livestreamed

Based on the award-winning children's book
by the Coalition's founding Past President Elsa Rael (1928-2020)
this musical co-written with Shellen Lubin and Matthew Gandolfo
will be seen in a concert reading.
Reduced price for all Coalition members.

THE WOMEN IN THE ARTS & MEDIA COALITION
Conversations in America:
2020 Vision - The Year We Saw Everything
The Women In The Arts and Media Coalition presented Conversations in America: 2020 Vision - The Year We Saw Everything, a compilation of short plays and films, monologues, songs, and more from members of our full and affiliate member organizations earlier this year, and you can still see it!

Special thanks to SAG-AFTRA and WomenArts who were gold sponsors of the event.

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