Month: April 2021

Two Artists’ Support groups coming in May

wo Artist Support Groups | Free
SUNDAYS, 2-4pm, starting May 2nd:
The Artist’s Way is a 12-week spiritual path to creativity, created by Julia Cameron. Christina Eddlemon will be leading participants–please RSVP to

TUESDAYS, 1-3pm, starting May 11th:
The Fire Starter Sessions is a soulful and practical guide to creating success on your own terms

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“Runaway Princess” goes live to benefit he Gene Frankel Theatre

In a move that brings live theater to the people when they can’t come inside and sit down, The Gene Frankel Theatre and The Producers Circle will present a window-box production of Mary Goggin’s multiple award-winning solo work, “Runaway Princess, a Hopeful Tale of Heroin, Hooking and Happiness.”  “Runaway Princess…” – winner of 2019 Galway Fringe Festival – will play three Sundays this spring in the showcase window at 24 Bond Street, NYC, the location of the historic Gene Frankel Theatre. The audience will be able to attend the show from the sidewalk outside the theater. LAST PERFORMANCE May 2nd at 3:PM EST. The performances will help benefit the Gene Frankel Theatre, which has been unable to operate its performance and rehearsal spaces since March 2020.

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Live at The Lortel” Announces May Guest Slate and Finale of 2020-2021 Season

The Lucille Lortel Theatre today announces its upcoming May guest lineup for its popular “Live at The Lortel” podcast series. To end its 2020-2021 season, the interview series Tony® Award-winning actress and playwright Charlayne Woodard (May 3), Tony® Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang (May 10), theater educator and intimacy director Ann James (May 17), and Tony® Award-nominated actress Robyn Hurder (May 24).

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TOWN HALL – Composer John Kander, South African musical artist Majola Ganymede, Broadway songs of Kander & Ebb and Andrew Lloyd Webber and more!

Created, written, and hosted by Scott Siegel with pianist and musical director Ross Patterson; the three new Broadway by the Year® concerts we’ve conceived for this year, take this series in a new and exciting direction.  Each video concert will be approximately 9-10 songs in length, performed by four stars, plus — as is a feature of all Broadway by the Year concerts — at least one additional, thrilling dance number starring and choreographed by Danny Gardner (star of the 2017 Radio City Summer Spectacular).

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