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2011 Highway Blue

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July/August 2011:
New Works Production – Highway Blue

By rising star playwright Caroline Prugh, Highway Blue was chosen by the company (out of the 21 amazing original one-acts produced during the 2010 Emerging Female Voices Playwrights’ Fest) to be expanded to 90 min and recieve a fully realized production (sets, costumes, lights and all). We are very excited to be supporting and producing new female voices.

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2011 Henry V

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Manhattan Shakespeare Project presents:

Henry V

PERFORMANCES

All Performances are FREE!!

MSP is very excited to announce our entire, extraordinarily talented Henry V team!!

CAST

  • Tiffany Abercrombie: Gower, Canterbury, Cambridge, Nym
  • Patrina Caruana: King of France, Boy, Montjoy, Scroop
  • Sarah Eismann: Harry King of England
  • Clemmie Evans: Fluellen, Erpingham, Bourbon, Burgundy
  • Amy Owen: Warwick, Orleans, Pistol, Governor
  • Norma Perez-Hernandez: Warwick, Orleans, Pistol, Governor
  • Christy Richardson: Westmoreland, Dauphin
  • Anna Smith: Katherine, Constable, Bardolph, Grey, Bates, Peasant
  • Elizabeth Strong: Exeter, Williams
  • James Parenti: Musician

CREW

  • Director: Reesa Graham
  • Assistant Director: Rebecca Maxfield
  • Producer: Karly Fischer
  • Advertising: Itohan Aghayere
  • Publicist: Alessandra Alma
  • Fight Choreographer: Alicia Rodis
  • Dramaturg: Chelsea Phillips

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Tiffany Abercrombie (Gower, Canterbury, Cambridge, Nym) Credits include–#serials@theflea (The Flea Theater), Henry IV parts i &ii, Under Milkwood, Twelfth Night, Hamlet (Rebellious Subjects Theater), Letters to the End of the World (At Hand Theatre), Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Three Birds Alighting on a Field, The Tempest, Troilus and Cressida, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Training: BFA-NYU, RADA. For my mother.

Patrina Caruana (King of France, Boy, Montjoy, Scroop) just received her BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts in May 2011. While at NYU, she trained at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and Playwrights Horizons Theater School. She has recently appeared as Hermia in Midnight’s Dream, Bianca/Jane in Edges and Ledges, Passenger #2 in Croatia, and Lindy in Rebuilding. She has also had the pleasure of working as an acting apprentice at the Powerhouse Theater, The Broadway Theatre Project, and The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. She would like to thank all of the lovely ladies at MSP for this incredible opportunity as well as her family and friends for all their love and support.

Sarah Eismann (Harry King of England) is absolutely thrilled to be working with such a talented and exciting cast and crew on this production. An MFA Acting candidate at Columbia University, Sarah got her BFA in Drama at Tisch School for the Arts at NYU. She also trained with the National Theatre Conservatory in Denver, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She has performed with the Tony Award winning Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, California Shakespeare Theatre, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Woman’s Will, improv troupes Tilted Frame SF, Middle School Poetry, and RadioStar Network. www.saraheismann.com

Clemmie Evans (Fluellen, Erpingham, Bourbon, Burgundy) Born and raised in South Wales, Clemmie immersed herself in all things outdoors, climbing mountains in Morocco and Argentina, involving herself in everything from sports to choirs to military pursuits before accepting that acting was her true passion. With an English degree under her belt and a love of travel she headed to New York to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where she remained as part of the 2011 Academy Company. Favourite roles include Lenny (Crimes of the Heart), Leontine (The Triumph of Love) and Susan (Woman in Mind). Clemmie is thrilled to be part of MSP especially playing a Welshman! Much love to all friends and family on both sides of the pond, without whose support none of this would be possible.

Amy Owen (Warwick, Orleans, Pistol, Governor) Amy is excited to join director Reesa Graham for their second Shakespearean adventure together. Amy has studied extensively at the William Esper Studio, with Joel Rooks, Suzanne Esper, Nancy Mayans, and Bill Esper; the University of Houston, where she was lucky to participate in several Shakespeare workshops with Sir Peter Hall; and she studied Improv at the PIT with Matthew Love. NYC Theatre Credits: Welcome to the Mercy Seat (Ethyl) at the National Black Theatre, Views (Sophie), All’s Well That Ends Well (Widow/Lord Dumaine). Commercial Work: TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress, AOL How-to videos.

Norma Perez-Hernandez (Warwick, Orleans, Pistol, Governor) is a recent graduate of The City College of New York (CCNY). Her CCNY credits include Grandmother in Woyzeck, Catherine in Boston Marriage, Lady Harriet in The School for Scandal, and Luce in The Comedy of Errors. She was featured in the Stage of Fiends cabaret If IT Had a Voice at the Duplex, and she is performing in UNBURDENED, a new play premiering at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Summerfest 2011. Special thanks to the wonderful women in this production and her family and friends for their constant support.

Christy Richardson (Westmoreland, Dauphin) is thrilled to be working with such a talented group of women at MSP. She was recently seen as Maria in Twelfth Night with Beautiful Soup Theatre Collective and playing a Nurse in The American Globe Theater’s One-Act Festival. Check out http://web.mac.com/christyrichardson for updates on projects in the works for Fall 2011! This one is for my incredible brothers– you sat through far too many ballet recitals, so here’s a show you might actually like.

Anna Smith (Katherine, Constable, Bardolph, Grey, Bates, Peasant) graduated from Adelphi University a year ago and has since been working as a starving artist in NYC. She is delighted to be working with these amazing and talented women and this exciting text. You may have seen her recently as Alaya in Sold, Captain Conacious in Crook of My Dreams, M’Lynn in Steel Magnolias. She’d like to dedicate this performance to her Parents and Grandma. Thanks for all the support!

Elizabeth Strong (Exeter, Williams) studied theatre at Chapman University in Orange County, CA. She played Aaron in MSP’s Titus Andronicus last summer and is excited to be a part of the MSP again.

 

 

James Parenti (Musician) is proud to be working with Manhattan Shakespeare Project for the first time! Past shows with director Reesa Graham include All’s Well that Ends Well (Bertram) and Cymbeline (Arviragus). NYC stage credits: Twelfth Night (Orsino), Midsummer (Demetrius- twice), Madame Bovary (Leon), Titus Andronicus (Bassianus), The Mystery Plays (Benny), Feeding the Moonfish (Martin), An American Werewolf in Equus (Stephen), The Rose Gardener (Aron), and the films Anything You Ever (Mark), Gene’s Revolution (JP), and Danny (Danny). James is currently developing an adaptation of one of the Bard’s tragedies, May Violets Spring.

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Reesa Graham (Director) BA in Theater & Psychology from the University of Houston. With a bed in Harlem and a heart from Texas, Reesa is excited to be back to Shakespeare and with such a talented and wonderful group of ladies! As a director, some of her favorite productions include William Mastrosimone’s The Woolgatherer, David Mamet’s Oleanna, Reduced Shakespeare Company’s The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged, and Edna O’Brien’s Triptych. She was also Resident Director of BareShakespeare where she directed All’s Well That Ends Well and Cymbeline. Currently, she is the Head of Play Development for the Seeing Place Theater. She is the former Artistic Director of Get the Gun Productions for three years, while teaching at Main Street Theatre. She has studied with Jose Quintero and Marshall Mason, and worked closely with Lanford Wilson at the Albee New Playwrights Festival. As always, love to Mom and Daddy.

Rebecca Maxfield (Assistant Director) a New York native, is delighted to be a part of Manhattan Shakespeare Project doing Henry V the way it was really meant to be done! Recent and upcoming directing projects include A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Hive Theatre Company and Gianni Schicchi and Measure for Measure at Brown University.

Karly Fischer (Producer) Karly received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Oklahoma School of Drama with an emphasis in Dramaturgy and a minor in English in 2009. She is the founder of Sanguine Theatre Company and her recent credits as a producer include The Laramie Project and The Drunken City. She is the winner of the Goldia Cooksey Creative Achievement Award and has also recently had her New York premiere as a playwright.

Itohan Aghayere (Advertising) is a Candian born Nigerian-American with a desire to be a part of bringing theater to the masses through dynamic graphic design. She is a recent graduate of Duke University with a Bachelor’s degree in political science and theater studies. She continues to pursue her passion for politics through her recent White House internship while pursuing her love for acting as a MFA graduate student at Columbia University currently in the process of researching and writing her thesis.

Alessandra Alma (Publicist) A New Jersey native, Alessandra began her career in the United States Air Force as a Communications and Information Officer. She served as the Unit Public Affairs Officer at Andrews AFB, MD where she was responsible for VIP visits, public relations and special ceremonies. Alessandra is a regular contributor to several online magazine websites covering events such as the Latin Grammy Awards, Latin Billboard Awards, and Latin Alternative Music Conference. She has a B.S. in Management from New Jersey Institute of Technology and is pursing an M.S. in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from New York University.

Alicia Rodis (Fight Choreographer) is an actor and fight choreographer that hails from the ever exotic Cleveland, Ohio. She is a graduate of the Professional Actor Training Program at Wright State University. Recent combat credits include Young Lou, Big Love, Venus, Brigadoon, also Titus Andronicus and Taming of The Shrew here at MSP. Alicia is the resident Fight Choeographer of MSP, and is a combat teaching artist with Magical Theater Company. She is a proud member of AEA and The Society of American Fight Directors, and is thrilled to be working in the company of such fiercely strong and fabulous women.

Chelsea Phillips (Dramaturg) is a second-year Ph.D. student at Ohio State University. She holds an M.F.A. in Dramaturgy with a focus on Shakespeare in Performance from Mary Baldwin College/The American Shakespeare Center. This is her first production with Manhattan Shakespeare Project, and she hopes to work with them again soon (in person, this time).

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2011 Free Educational Tour – The Performance

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THE PERFORMANCE

THE WORKSHOP

PRICING AND STAGING REQUIREMENTS

CAST BIOS

PRODUCTION TEAM BIOS

TOUR SCRIPT

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE BROCHURE

BOOKING AND RESERVATION FORM

February 28th – April 1st, 2011

Bring Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew to YOUR location!

Call NOW (646-450-8367) or send in your Booking and Reservation Form today!

 

THE PERFORMANCE

 

Manhattan Shakespeare Project – Manhattan’s All-Female Shakespeare Company’s mission is to bring Shakespeare to underserved communities and develop our passion for theatre not only as an art form, but also as an educational tool. The educational tour was developed to break the myth that Shakespeare is “too hard” to understand; make the play relevant to students’ contemporary lives, therefore creating deep empathy into the personal relationships and situations of Shakespeare’s characters. The “workshop” is intended to further students’ studies in Shakespeare in an active, participatory way. The goal is to help them see that Shakespeare is still relevant today and to help them begin to understand why we, the teaching artists at Manhattan Shakespeare Project, love it and why it is important to study it, even 400 years after his death! The hope is that we will spark their interest to the point where they want to know more.

Shakespeare wrote The Taming of the Shrew as a comedy; the story of the courtship of Petruchio, a gentleman of Verona, and Katherina, the headstrong, obdurate shrew. Despite all the suitors of Kate’s younger sister, Bianca, their father, Baptista, has declared that Bianca cannot get married until her older sister has found a proper husband. It’s a story of sibling rivalry, competition for affection, social graces and societal norms, and how strong personalities do or do not fit into those socially acceptable constructs.

Our professionally directed 60 minute performance, suitable for elementary students through adults, travels with a stage manager and a cast of 4 seasoned female actors in costume, with set and props.

A 45 minute WORKSHOP for students who want to dig deeper into The Taming of the Shrew, and get some hands-on experience with acting, is also available before your show; immediately before your show if you have the time and space, or on a separate day.

Elyzabeth Gorman, a physical classical director, has joined MSP this year to direct Shrew. Her background in movement and physical theatre has drawn her to incorporate elements from the Italian style of theatre Commedia dell’arte, most specifically the broad physical comedy and stock characters. She has also directed Henry IV parts I & IIA Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Shakespeare’s Women.

The Commedia style is also reflected in the costumes, set, and props (by accomplished designers Jessica Lustig and Czerton Lim, both of whom are on faculty at Montclair State University in New Jersey) all of which evoke the traveling “trunk”-style show of the Italian improv-comedy troupes and heighten the fast paced wit of Shakespeare’s text. The talented ensemble (playing all 11 characters) has been cast not only for their acting skills but also for their physical training and ability to deliver Shakespeare’s language in a clear and articulate fashion. The script (edited for length) includes all major plot points and well-known speeches.

Manhattan Shakespeare Project looks forward to bringing this thought provoking tale to life at YOUR location!

For More Information:

If you are interested in having MSP’s exciting production visit your school, call (646) 450-8367 or e-mail education@manhattanshakes.org, or fax your Booking and Reservation Form for The Taming of the Shrew now to (650) 264-3973 to bring the magic of live theater and the beauty of Shakespeare’s writing to YOUR location!

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2011 Free Educational Tour – The Workshop

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THE PERFORMANCE

THE WORKSHOP

PRICING AND STAGING REQUIREMENTS

CAST BIOS

PRODUCTION TEAM BIOS

TOUR SCRIPT

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE BROCHURE

BOOKING AND RESERVATION FORM

February 28th – April 1st

Bring Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrewto YOUR location!

Call NOW (646-450-8367) or send in your Booking and Reservation Form today!

 

THE WORKSHOP

 

A (pre-show) 45 min interactive experience with the cast of The Taming of the Shrew that will deepen your students’ appreciation of Manhattan Shakespeare Project’s educational tour! Engaging and enriching materials and activities have been developed by MSP’s founding Artistic Director Sarah Eismann, a former Teaching Artist in Residence with the California school system. Materials are appropriate for all grades K-12; specific exercises and content vary by grade level. The teaching artists are trained professionals with comprehensive backgrounds in Shakespeare and performance.

The workshop illuminates and underscores the concepts of drama, language, and Shakespeare presented in our touring production of The Taming of the Shrew. This participatory workshop includes games, activities and text work designed to create a greater understanding and appreciation of theater and language!

Overall Outcomes: Students begin to make personal connections between their lives and the lives of the characters, learn about Shakespeare the playwright, and more specifically his play The Taming of the Shrew.

Grades K-2 – Character Playtime introduces young students to Shakespeare the playwright, and specifically the characters and story of The Taming of the Shrew. They are actively engaged as they “try on” each character to help create a synopsis of the story. The outcome is they have an understanding of the play and therefore are actively engaged as they watch the performance.

Grades 3-5 – Playing with Words expands students’ knowledge of Shakespeare and his plays, and introduces them to how Shakespeare used language to create images and characters, specifically using insults from The Taming of the Shrew. The outcome is they have a deeper understanding of the play and characters and therefore are actively engaged as they watch the performance.

Grades 6-12 – Personalizing the Play deepens students’ knowledge and understanding of Shakespeare’s time and how his themes are universal and still very relevant to contemporary (the students’) lives. The outcome is they begin to think about and discuss how the treatment of women has changed in the modern world and how it has not changed.

Contact us NOW to include the WORKSHOP with your Manhattan Shakespeare Project performance!

e-mail: education@manhattanshakes.org, or phone (646) 450-8367

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2011 Free Educational Tour – Pricing & Staging Requirements

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THE PERFORMANCE

THE WORKSHOP

PRICING AND STAGING REQUIREMENTS

CAST BIOS

PRODUCTION TEAM BIOS

TOUR SCRIPT

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE BROCHURE

BOOKING AND RESERVATION FORM

February 28th – April 1st

Bring Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrewto YOUR location!

Call NOW (646-450-8367) or send in your Booking and Reservation Form today!

Our professionally-directed 60 minute performance features a cast of four professional actors (playing multiple roles) and a stage manager. Our touring production travels with costumes, set, and props. At the conclusion of each performance the cast will also stay for a Q & A session with the audience!

Staging Requirements

  • 20 X 25 foot performance space is ideal
  • Minimum 30 mins set-up and tear-down time before and after performance (no extra time is needed before or after workshop)

Flexible indoor or outdoor performance options! Show may take place in gym, classroom, auditorium, theater, or other spaces.

Pricing

The mission of the educational tour is to reach as many students and as large an audience as possible. So no matter what the financial situation of your school or organization, we will work with you to bring the tour to your facility.

Pricing for the educational tour works on a sliding scale depending on the type of school or organization.

With no financial aid, one show (which includes one performance and one workshop) is $350 ($150 for each additional show).

MSP has received some funding from private sponsors which allows us to offer performances and workshops at a reduced rate to certain schools. So please make sure to include information about your school and funding situation.

We do ask that those schools and organizations that have the funding that would allow them to bring Manhattan Shakespeare Project’s educational tour to their facility to please pay what they are able. Our private sponsorship is limited and we would like to stretch it as far as possible to reach as many schools and organizations and students as possible, so even if you can afford $50 or $100, that would be significant.

Please make sure to talk to your MSP tour coordinator!

Tour dates book quickly. Call NOW (646-450-8367) or e-mail education@manhattanshakes.org, or fax (650-264-3973) your Booking and Reservation Form NOW to bring this outstanding curriculum enrichment program to your location!

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2011 Free Educational Tour – Cast Bios

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THE PERFORMANCE

THE WORKSHOP

PRICING AND STAGING REQUIREMENTS

CAST BIOS

PRODUCTION TEAM BIOS

TOUR SCRIPT

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE BROCHURE

BOOKING AND RESERVATION FORM

February 28th – April 1st, 2011

Bring Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew to YOUR location!

Call NOW (646-450-8367) or send in your Booking and Reservation Form today!

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Kim Katzberg (Kate, Lucentio, Pedant) earned her BFA in acting from NYU and her MFA in acting from Columbia University. Shakespeare credits include Ariel in The Tempest at the Volkswang Shakespeare Festival in Germany, and Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet at Classic Stage Company. Most recently she performed her solo show “Penetrating the Space” as a Fall Artist In Resident at Dixon Place.

Amira Nader (Gremio, Curtis, Haberdasher, Tailor, Vincentio) received her MFA from Columbia University. She recently appeared in Karin Coonrod’s production ofPhoenician Women at the Riverside Theater. Other favorites include “Grusha” in The Caucasian Chalk Circledirected by Niky Wolcz, and “Djemila” in The Screens. She is honored to be a part of Manhattan Shakespeare Project’s Taming of the Shrew, and is excited about working with New York City students.

Anjili J. Pal (Petruchio, Tranio) is a Southern (Virginia!) transplant who just graduated with an MFA from Columbia University’s School of the Arts. She has worked as a teaching artist with Classic Stage Company, the Smithsonian’s Discovery Theater, Artists Striving To End Poverty, and Young Peoples Theater Program. Favorite roles include: Mitra in The Two Marys (Source Theater, director Joy Zinoman), Cass in Wonder of the World(Lemming Street Players), Holly in Anton in Showbusiness(Live Arts), Martirio in Lorca’s La Casa de Bernarda Alba(Columbia University), and M.Saunders/Ellen/and Betty II in Cloud 9 (University of VA). For all the deets, please visit: www.anjilipal.com

Malkia Stampley (Baptista, Grumio) A Milwaukee, Wisconsin, native, Malkia attended Marquette University for Theatre Arts and studied as intern and Resident Artist with Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and Skylight Opera Theatre. Malkia has a teaching background in drama, dance, play and musical writing for elementary to high school students with several residencies in Milwaukee and Chicago, having toured several children’s shows. Favorite regional theatre credits include: Japan Disney Tour of Disney on Classic: Lion King (Nala); Raisin (Beneatha) Court Theatre; Dreamgirls (Lorrell) St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre (Winner of Woody King Jr. Award, Best Supporting Actress); Black Nativity (Darfur Mary) Congo Square Theatre; The Talented Tenth (Pam).

Tour dates book quickly. Call NOW (646-450-8367) or e-mail education@manhattanshakes.org, or fax (650-264-3973) your Booking and Reservation Form NOW to bring this outstanding curriculum enrichment program to your location!

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2011 Free Educational Tour – Production Team Bios

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THE PERFORMANCE

THE WORKSHOP

PRICING AND STAGING REQUIREMENTS

CAST BIOS

PRODUCTION TEAM BIOS

TOUR SCRIPT

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE BROCHURE

BOOKING AND RESERVATION FORM

February 28th – April 1st, 2011

Bring Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew to YOUR location!

Call NOW (646-450-8367) or send in your Booking and Reservation Form today!

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Elyzabeth Gorman (Director) is thrilled to be making her Manhattan Shakespeare Project debut. Her world premieres include Caitlin Condy’s See Jane Run (Prospect Theatre Co.); Jennifer Lane’s Does Anyone Know Sarah Paisner? (Intravenous Theatre Co.); and Michael Niederman’s To Barcelona!(Ignited States Production Co.), Every Man (’07 Samuel French Festival Winner), and Don’t Drink and F*ck (Crosstown Playwrights). Other favorite productions include Caitlin Condy’s Little Wing (NY Int’l Fringe Festival); Anthony Clarvoe’s The Living (Stone Soup Theater); and an outdoor production of Shakespeare’s Henry IV in Prospect Park, produced by Rebellious Subjects. She is a proud member of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and the Artistic Cabinet of Rebel Theater Co. She is looking forward to directing Fairy Tale of America with EBE Ensemble in April.

Czerton Lim (Set, Props) NYC credits: A Number and Out Cry for National Asian-American Theater Company, Chaosand Medea for Theater Mitu, I Got Fired for NYMF 2010,George the Last for Theater for the New City, Tidings Brought to Mary for Storm Theatre, Bye Bye Birdie for NYU/CAP21, and Playhouse Creatures and Three Sisters for Columbia University. Regional: 42nd StreetAnything GoesThe Full MontyLittle Shop of HorrorsSmokey Joe’s Café, and Forever Plaid for Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Mr. Lim received his MFA from the University of Washington and now lives in NYC with his wife and baby boy. He is originally from the Philippines. www.czlimdesign.com

Jessica Lustig (Costumes) recieved her MFA from the University of Washington in 2006. Since then she has traveled the world, worked as a Broadway costume design assistant, and designed several Off and Off-Off Broadway shows primarily with Stone Soup and Storm Theatre. Currently Jessica teaches costume construction and supervises the costume shop at Montclair State University, where she also designs occasionally. She has chosen to keep her design schedule fairly light this Spring in order to focus on teaching and playing mommy to her and Czerton’s 4-month old baby, Toby.

Alicia Rodis (Fight Choreographer) is an actor and fight choreographer that hails from the ever exotic Cleveland, Ohio. She is a proud graduate of the Professional Actor Training Program at Wright State University. Recent combat credits include Young LouBig LoveBrigadoonVenus, and assisting with The Age of Iron at Classic Stage Company. Alicia works with En Garde Entertainment, and is a combat teaching artist with Magical Theater Company. She is a proud member of AEA and The Society of American Fight Directors, and is thrilled to be working in the company of such fiercely strong and fabulous women.

Ashley Rossetti (Stage Manager) is a new arrival in New York City, having graduated with a Bachelors in Theatre from San Diego State University last May. She is very passionate about theatre for young audiences and the importance of introducing art to children early in their lives and so could not be more thrilled to be a part of MSPs current production. Past favorite productions have included Fire and Mist: Stories of Old Town (Old Town Cultural and Historic Program), The Jungle Book (North Coast Repertory Theatre), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream(San Diego State University).

Tour dates book quickly. Call NOW (646-450-8367) or e-mail education@manhattanshakes.org, or fax (650-264-3973) your Booking and Reservation Form NOW to bring this outstanding curriculum enrichment program to your location!

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2011 Free Educational Tour – Tour Script

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2011 Free Educational Tour – Printable Brochure

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2011 Free Educational Tour – Booking & Reservation Form

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