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Joyce Laoagan

 

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A passionate performing artist, singer, musician, writer and choreographer in her own right! photo in white dress by Kenji Mori (read complete bio)
 

 

Joyce Laoagan Biography

A passionate performing artist, singer, musician, writer and choreographer in her own right!

photo in white dress by Kenji Mori




Joyce Laoagan News

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal for Planet Connections' 2017 PLAYWRIGHTS FOR A CAUSE
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2017

The annual Playwrights for a Cause benefit, hosted by Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, addresses powerful social and topical issues in our society through the works of prominent playwrights. This year, the event will feature stories of standing up to injustice written by celebrated authors, Catherine Filloux, Lyle Kessler, Jose Rivera, and Regina Taylor. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the company in rehearsal below!

Works by Catherine Filloux, Lyle Kessler and More to Benefit NYCLU at Planet Connections' 2017 Playwrights for a Cause
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2017

This year, the event will be Sunday, July 23, and will benefit the New York Civil Liberties Union with 'The Protest Plays,' stories of standing up to injustice written by celebrated authors, CATHERINE FILLOUX, Lyle Kessler, JOSE RIVERA, and Regina Taylor.

Notable Stage Artists Join Planet Connections' PLAYWRIGHTS FOR A CAUSE
by Julie Musbach - Jun 10, 2017

A notable company of stage artists join a powerhouse team of playwrights and directors for Planet Connections' Playwrights for a Cause, Sunday, July 23, 2017

FRESH MEAT Lands a Spot at Manhattan Rep's New Works Festival Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2015

'Fresh Meat' a new short play has landed a spot for the Manhattan Repertory Theatre's New Works festival in New York City.

TRUCE Plays Theater for the New City, Now thru 4/19
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2015

Truce, a futuristic musical for peace running April 9-19 at Theater for the New City, enacts this imagined possibility, inspired by recent collective imaginings of peace as the world celebrated the 100th anniversary of the World War One Christmas Truce of 1914 when soldiers converted the battleground to common ground, exchanging gifts and sharing songs.

FRESH MEAT Lands a Spot at Manhattan Rep's New Works Festival, 4/30 & 5/1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 19, 2015

'Fresh Meat' a new short play has landed a spot for the Manhattan Repertory Theatre's New Works festival in New York City.

TRUCE to Play Theater for the New City, 4/9-19
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2015

Truce, a futuristic musical for peace running April 9-19 at Theater for the New City, enacts this imagined possibility, inspired by recent collective imaginings of peace as the world celebrated the 100th anniversary of the World War One Christmas Truce of 1914 when soldiers converted the battleground to common ground, exchanging gifts and sharing songs.

House of Roderick to Host KYOTO DREAMS During NY Fashion Week at Theater 80, 9/8
by Tyler Peterson - Sep 5, 2014

NY Fashion Week will be more exciting this year for fashionistas, theater lovers and philantropists! The House of Roderick will bring together fashion and a beautiful, thought-provoking theatrical show comprised of experienced performers from different disciplines- from actors, music composers to dancers and a samurai sword martial artist. Conceptualized by the founder of The House of Roderick, Roderick Gunsell, the performing ensemble is Kashimi Asai, Mari Yamamoto, Koji Nishiyama, Akiko Tokuoka, Anna Bredikhina, Sarah Groginsky, Joyce Laoagan, Nora Mountrane, Andy Miyamotto and Emi Ueda. Photo illustrator- Kristy Garcia, Music composers - Milton Nunez Mora and Elena Ryepkina. Part of the proceeds from the show will be donated to 'Give A Chance Children's Foundation' which caters to children in El Salvador and other underdeveloped countries.

Horizon Theatre Rep Presents CULTURE SHOCK 1911-1922, Now thru 9/21
by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2014

As the world reflects on the centennial of World War I, Horizon Theatre Rep presents 'Culture Shock 1911-1922,' an evening of German Expressionist plays that were born of the age that gave birth to it. The production, conceived and directed by Rafael De Mussa, includes 'Sancta Susanna' (1911) by August Stramm, translated by Henry Marx; 'The Guardian of the Tomb' (1916) by Franz Kafka (Kafka's only play), translated by J. M. Ritchie; 'The Transfiguration' (1919) by Ernst Toller, translated by Edward Crankshaw; 'Ithaka' (1914) by Gottfried Benn, translated by J.M. Ritchie and 'Crucifixion' (1920) by Lothar Schreyer, translated by Mel Gordon. Performances will be today, September 4 to 21 (opens September 7) at Access Theater, 380 Broadway in TriBeCa.

Horizon Theatre Rep to Present CULTURE SHOCK 1911-1922, 9/4-21
by Tyler Peterson - Aug 5, 2014

As the world reflects on the centennial of World War I, Horizon Theatre Rep presents 'Culture Shock 1911-1922,' an evening of German Expressionist plays that were born of the age that gave birth to it. The production, conceived and directed by Rafael De Mussa, includes 'Sancta Susanna' (1911) by August Stramm, translated by Henry Marx; 'The Guardian of the Tomb' (1916) by Franz Kafka (Kafka's only play), translated by J. M. Ritchie; 'The Transfiguration' (1919) by Ernst Toller, translated by Edward Crankshaw; 'Ithaka' (1914) by Gottfried Benn, translated by J.M. Ritchie and 'Crucifixion' (1920) by Lothar Schreyer, translated by Mel Gordon. Performances will be September 4 to 21 (opens September 7) at Access Theater, 380 Broadway in TriBeCa.