Laura Blatterman has taught dance on professional, educational, competition and performance levels, as well as holding seats on the Board of Directors for multiple non-profit organizations. As a dancer, Laura has toured and performed with acclaimed companies such as Luna Negra Dance Theatre, Ballet Magnificat, Piel Morena Contemporary Dance, Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre and performed along side legendary companies such as Joffrey Ballet and The Seldoms. Laura is currently the Artistic Director for Advocate Arts, an arts organization reaching out to children caught in abuse and trafficking. She received the Dorothy Mullins Humanities Award for teaching dance to inner-city kids at risk. Laura has performed in a plethora of performances ranging from The Diary of Anne Frank to South Pacific. Her repertoire includes both traditional theatre, musical theatre, directing and improvisational theatre.
The Great Divorce, by C.S. Lewis, is one of the most thought provoking fictions on the nature of Heaven, Hell, and Judgment to have been written outside of scripture. Fellowship of Performing Arts has brought this timeless work to the stage in a way that will delight, challenge, and entertain all from the average theater-goer looking for a good show to the most devout of philosophers and theologians.BWW Reviews: Horizon Theatre's THE BOOK CLUB PLAY January 21, 2014
All Childish Things by Joseph Zettelmaier is a comedy set in the modern day centering on the lives and exploits of a group of three friends whose common bond since childhood has been their love of Star Wars.BWW Reviews: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA September 30, 2013
Whenever I read a critique of live theater, an often used trope is, 'Well, it wasn't Shakespeare.' Recently, however, it was. I had the delightful privlidge of attending The New American Shakespeare Tavern's performance of Troilus and Cressida. While I love Shakespeare, I am not an aficionado by any measure so to fill in the gaps I may have missed, I brought my husband along who is both a writer and an avid Shakespeare enthusiast (never ask him about this at dinner parties - you have been warned).BWW Reviews: Beneath Theatrical Outfit's Impactful Production of THE GUYS September 18, 2013
Based on a true story, The Guys examines two character's emotional and physical journeys through the September eleventh attacks. A New York Fire Department Captain, Nick, approaches a writer by the name of Joan to assist him with eulogies for several of his firemen that were killed in the collapse of the Twin Towers.