Photo Flash: Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts Reception
John Randolph Hearst hosted a poolside cocktail party to support Ellen Adler and her son Tom Oppenheim, President and Artistic Director of Stella Adler Studio of Acting, upon the announcement of the upcoming 2nd Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts.
At the event were Bay Street Theatre co-founder Sybil Christopher, Tony award winner Joanna Gleason, artists Julie Keyes, Howard Kanovitz and Paul Davis with his wife Myrna, Bob Roberts and Lauren Day, British film director Anthony Harvey, playwright Joe Pintauro, Kitty Loving, Elizabeth Fasolino, Rusty Unger, Steve Ernst, Bill Fuhs, Jacquelin Murphy-Stahl, Harris Yulin and wife Kristen Lowman, Jamie DeRoy, Debra & Greg Wasser and Studio board member Donna Soloway.
The Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts, Friday, September 14 through Monday, September 17, 2007, will be four days of theater, poetry readings, concerts, and symposia.
"The theme of all events of the Festival, Art and Social Activism, was conceived to be a teaching tool for young actors, to inspire them to understand the deeper mission of the artist. The theme was also designed to draw attention to the Studio's own feeling of social obligation. Proceeds from this event will support the Stella Adler Outreach Division, providing free year long actor training to low income inner city youth," state press notes.
The Stella Adler Studio of Acting is located at 31 West 27th Street. Invitations to the Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts are available by calling 212-689-0087.
Photos courtesy Edward Callaghan
Playwright Joe Pintauro and Henry Scholder
Sara Oppenheim & Al Boland with Julian
Stella Adler students Alison Pabon and Laura Guzman with Stella Adler Teen Outreach Director Carlos Caldart
Studio Development director Nina Capelli and Kitty Loving
Jean Guest, Sybil Christopher and Julie Fitzgerald
Kitty Loving and Tom Oppenheim
Myrna and Paul Davis
Debra Wasser and Tom Oppenheim
Director of Artistic Development Mike Grenham and student Simon Miller
Ellen Adler & Susan Burnside
Ethel Watt, director Anthony Harvey and producer Patricia Watt
Holland Taylor and Joanna Gleason
Artists Harold Kanovitz, John Van Sickle, Carolyn Oldenbush
Author Gail Levin and artist Julie Keyes
Bay St. Theatre co-founder Sybil Christopher and Julie Fitzgerald
Bob Roberts and Lauren Day
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