Tag: theater



Conversations | Susan L. Schulman on Publicity for Performing Artists

“Use whatever makes you special to market yourself and your art.” – Susan L. Schulman Susan L. Schulman is a theatrical press agent who draws on more than four decades of experience, specializing in entertainment including Broadway, Off-Broadway, dance, film, and more. She launched Susan L. Schulman Publicity in 1978, in the heart of Times…

Event | Sundance Institute: Programs for Film, Film Music, Theatre, New Media, and Episodic Storytelling

Join us for an overview of Sundance Institute programs in film and theater on Thursday, September 28. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to present an overview of Sundance Institute programs in film and theater on Thursday, September 28. Christopher Hibma, Producing Director of the Theatre Program, and Kristin Feeley, Associate Director…

IAP Interview: Jonathan S. Cerullo & Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan

“Theater will outlive every one of us. You pass it on from one generation to the next generation and so on.”  The IAP Mentoring Program is a vital part of NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Program, which pairs immigrant artists working in all disciplines with artist mentors. They provide mentees with one-on-one support and guide them to…

CREATIVE CAREERS: THEATER ROUNDUP

Opportunities as a House Manager, Producing Director or Program Associate in Theater and more The world of theater is expansive and filled with unique opportunities for practicing artists and art administrators. Sean Leo, an emerging director based in New York, attended Bard College as a theater and performance major.  He fully understands how much energy,…

INTERVIEW WITH SPONSORED ARTIST CHARLES BATTERSBY

“Theater is my default mindset. Almost any idea I have will be thought of as happening on a live stage with live actors.” Charles Battersby is a playwright, avid comic fan and game design guru… not to mention producer, costume designer and critic! His play Astonishing Adventures of All American Girl & The Scarlet Skunk…