Elaine Stritch to be profiled by League Of Prof. Theatre Women - Dec. 2
Tony Award winning actress Elaine Stritch is the latest theatre woman of achievement profiled by the Oral History Program of the League of Professional Theatre Women, on Thursday, December 2, 2004, at 6pm at the Bruno Walter Auditorium in the Library of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. She will be interviewed by drama critic/playwright JOHN LAHR. The event, made possible through the generous contributions of the Edith Meiser Foundation & the New York State Council on the Arts, will be video-taped for the Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts Theatre on Film & Tape Archive. Women profiled by the League include Jean Dalrymple, Zelda Fichandler, Uta Hagen, Rosetta LeNoire, Jane Alexander, Zoe Caldwell, Judith Malina, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Ruby Dee, Liz McCann & Floria Lasky.
The League of Professional Theatre Women is a not-for-profit advocacy organization promoting visibility and increasing opportunities for women in the professional theatre. Now entering its 22nd year, the League provides a number of programs & services for its members as well as the theatre community. The League links professional theatre women nationally & inter-nationally & provides an ongoing forum for ideas & issues of concern to the theatrical community & its audiences.
DATE: Thursday, December 2, 2004
TIME: 6pm, followed by a reception
Bruno Walter Auditorium
Library of the Perf. Arts/Lincoln Center
111 Amsterdam Ave.@ 64th
PRICE: FREE TO THE PUBLIC