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Shoptalk at BRIC
Mar 22, 2016 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm| $10
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 4, 2016
WHAT: Shoptalk: Women in Theater, a co-presentation of Vertigo Theater Company and BRIC Arts Media
Shoptalk is a casual salon-style gathering of theater makers engaging with the pressing topics that define theater today. For this installment, we consider the past and current trials, tribulations, and accomplishments of women in theater. Typically held around a dining table, this presentation will be the first time these intimate conversations are opened up to a broader public.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 7:30pm
WHO: Guest panelists include Maria Goyanes, Shakina Nayfack, Marsha Norman, and Tamilla Woodard. NY Times writer Ginia Bellafante will moderate. Bios available online at http://www.vertigotheater.org/shoptalk
- BRIC House Artist Studio
- 647 Fulton Street (Enter on Rockwell Place), Brooklyn, NY 11217 Google Map
- Tel: 718.683.5600
- Directions: 2/3/4/5 to Nevins St | B/Q/R to DeKalb St | G to Fulton St
TICKETS AND INFO:
$10 Adv | $14 Door, General Admission Seating
Direct ticket link: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/10060550
SHOPTALK is a casual, intimate Q&A between Vertigo community members and invited guests. Each meetup features a select producer, director, writer, actor, designer, or other artistic professional. Shoptalk invites guests to share both their professional expertise and their personal stories in order to educate, inspire, and empower the next generation of emerging artists. http://www.vertigotheater.org/shoptalk
Previous Shoptalk guests include Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis; director John Gould Rubin (The Private Theater, Labyrinth Theater Company); actor Stephen McKinley Henderson (Between Riverside and Crazy, A Raisin in the Sun); and Obie award-winning playwright Lucy Thurber (Hill Town Plays).
VERTIGO THEATER COMPANY:
Vertigo Theater Company was formed to foster a diverse, collaborative community that challenges and nurtures creative artists and to develop and produce new works and adaptations that expose both the audience and the artists to experiences beyond their comfort zones. Unlimited by form and convention, Vertigo Theater Company strives to make provocative theater accessible to all walks of life. More info at vertigotheater.org
BRIC ARTS | MEDIA:
BRIC presents contemporary art, performing arts and community media programs that reflect Brooklyn’s creativity and diversity. BRIC also provides resources to launch, nurture and showcase artists and media makers. We advance access to and understanding of arts and media by presenting free and low-cost programming, and by offering education and other public programs to people of all ages. More info at www.bricartsmedia.org