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The Show Goes On Productions Hosts Talk-Back Series Featuring Luis Salgado and More, 12/1 & 12/8

Ghost Dancer plays for twelve performances from Saturday, November 19 to Saturday, December 10, 2011, with performances Thursdays through Saturday at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm, and Monday, November 21st at 8pm. Exception: Sunday, November 20th will be at 4pm. There are no performances on November 24th or November 25th. Tickets are $18 and can be purchased online at www.showgoesonproductions.com or by calling 212-352-3101. For more information, please visit www.showgoesonproductions.com. The runtime for Ghost Dancer is 1:45, with one intermission.

Joshua A. Kashinsky (Director) Recent projects include the new musical Honestly Abe by Robert Hecker (La Muse Venale/Mint Theater), the New York premiere of Anna: Love in the Cold War (John Chatterton and Emileena Pedigo/Abingdon Theatre Complex), and readings of The English Bride by Lucile Lichtblau and Dead and Buried by James McLindon (Luna Stage). Recent producing credits are McCarter Theatre’s High School Rep and The Mad 7 by Yehuda Hyman (dir. Mara Isaacs) in the NY International Fringe Festival. Other directing credits include McCarter Theatre's Youth Ink! Festival and MCC Theatre's Youth Company. Josh was recently a Directing and Producing Assistant at McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ where he assisted Des McAnnuff, Amy Morton and Nicholas Martin. As a playwright, his work has been seen in California, New York, Maine and Ontario. Most recently his play Heels in the Sand had a reading at Woodie King Jr.'s New Federal Theatre. He is the recipient of the Lipkin Prize and is a Corwin Award winner. Josh is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild.

Robert L. Hecker (Playwright) enlisted in the Army Air Corps after Pearl Harbor. He completed thirty missions as a lead bombardier on B-17s and was awarded six Air Medals, four battle stars, a Unit Citation and the Distinguished Flying Cross. Shortly after the war ended, he began a freelance writing career for radio and television. He eventually gave up his day job, working for the Mutual Broadcasting System in Los Angeles, to write full time, specializing in business, education and documentary films. His documentary film awards include: San Francisco Film Festival’s Golden Gate Award, Atlanta Film Festival’s Gold Award, five Information Film Producers of America ‘Cindy’ Awards, and four United States ‘Cine’ awards. He also has had 12 novels published and five stage plays produced, including Honestly Abe, his first musical. Robert Is a graduate of the Pasadena Playhouse and the Westlake College of Music and a member of the WGA, the Dramatists Guild, and the Alliance of LA Playwrights.

The Show Goes On Productions is a new Production Company founded by Emileena Pedigo and dedicated to developing new works and enriching the theatrical experience through the exploration of technical enhancements for the stage. The Show Goes On Productions seeks to put a twist on tradition with developmental works. It emerges as a company committed to the production side of story-telling as a way to build audiences. The company begins its season of productions with Ghost Dancer. Additionally, a new Musical Reading Series running from November 29-December 8 introduces several original Rock musicals to the industry, culminating with Apathy, The Gen X Musical by Mickey Zetts (Thurs., Dec. 8th at 4pm), which Emileena has been developing for four years.

AEA Approved Showcase. *Member, Actors’ Equity Association.

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