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League of Professional Theatre Women to Host Panel on Careers in Theatre Education

The League of Professional Theatre Women will present a special event, "BROADWAY/OFF-BROADWAY EDUCATIONAL THEATRE PRACTICES & CAREER PATHS" an opportunity to meet the artistic directors, education directors, education practitioners, and producers who provide career path resources for women in the theatre.

The event will be held on Monday, February 20, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm at The American Airlines Theatre Penthouse. Kristin Sakoda, Deputy Commissioner of Cultural Affairs, will moderate the discussion.

PANELISTS:

JENNIFER DiBELLA (Director of Education, Roundabout Theatre)

SOBHA KAVANAKUDIYIL (Faculty, The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre at The City College of New York)

Linda Ames KEY (CTE Drama Teacher, Fordham HS for the Arts, NYC DOE Arthur Miller Fellow)

JAMES W. GUIDO (Artistic Director, New York Deaf Theatre)

This event was organized by the Networking Committee of the League of Professional Theatre Women, (Networking Chair: Frances McGarry, Salon Series Chair: Katherine Elliot, committee: Ivy Austin, Mary Candler, Lorna Lable, Romy Nordlinger, June Rachelson-Ospa, Amie Sponza, Amy Stoller, Elizabeth Strauss).

The League of Professional Theatre Women is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. It presents numerous events each year as part of its mission to promote visibility and increase opportunities for women in the field. None of its work is possible without generous philanthropic support. The League recently celebrated its thirtieth anniversary, and boasts a membership of nearly 500 women theatre professionals in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. League members are actors, administrators, agents, arrangers, casting directors, choreographers, company managers, composers, critics, designers, directors, dramaturges, dramatists, educators, general managers, historians, journalists, librettists, lyricists, press agents, playwrights, producers, stage managers, and theatre technicians. To find out more about how you can support its endeavors, visit www.theatrewomen.org and click on the "Support Us" tab.


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