I started this blog with one daughter, kept it up with the other, to spend time together doing something we enjoyed.
However, things change and people evolve. My daughters are older, busier, and not as interested in writing.
From now on this blog will be mostly mom with occasional contributions from my daughters and maybe even my husband.
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Sunday, May 3, 2020

Sunday Scoop Week of 5/3/20 Updates Regarding the Latest Postponements and Cancellations Plus Current and Upcoming Alternatives to Live In Person Events and More

Current and Upcoming Alternatives to Live In Person Events and More 

1) 10PM with Galinsky Upcoming Guests

2) Ballet Hispanico B Unidos Instagram Video Series

3) Broadway Masterclass

4) Broadway's Next on Stage Competition

5) The Female Genius Premiere Project from Streaming Theater Co., Thirdwing

6) Papermill Playhouse New Voices Concert Series Every Monday Evening

7) The Shops at Emerson Offers A Variety of Fun Packs

8) South Street Seaport Museum #SeaportMuseumatHome

9) Theater Resources Unlimited Community Gatherings Via Zoom

10) Two River Theater Upcoming Online Events

11) Works & Process at the Guggenheim Upcoming Virtual Commissions

1) 10 PM With Galinsky' on Facebook Live, 5 Nights a Week

Upcoming Guests 4/27-4/30 include: 
Romy Rosemont, Gina Rugolo, Larry Fessenden, 
Stephen Henderson & Ron Kuby

New York: 10 PM With Galinsky is a new, thirty-minute talk-variety show that stars performer, artist, activist Robert Galinsky streaming live each night from his Alphabet City NYC studio. Galinsky interviews celebrities, newsmakers, and exceptional people doing extraordinary things. The casual conversation format features guest photographs and audience participation through live chat. 10 PM with Galinsky, streams live,  Monday -Friday at 10 PM on Facebook.com/RobertGalinsky.
This Week’s Guests

Monday 5/4/2020
Romy Rosemont & Gina Rugolo Judd - Celebrity Philanthropists
Romy is an actress best known for playing “Finn’s Mom” Carole Hudson on GLEE and Gina runs her own talent management & production company in LA. Together they share their passion for food & helping others with this collection of delicious homemade ‘Celebrity Recipes’ to fill your stomachs, warm your hearts, & also to highlight charities helping those in need. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0741891/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

Tuesday 5/5/2020
Larry Fessenden - Award Winning Independent Film Maker
Founder Glass Eye Pix, writer/director of: Wendigo, Habit, Depraved, The Last Winter, (in permanent collection of the MOMA) featured actor in: The Dead Don’t Die, The Brave One, Broken Flowers, I Sell The Dead; winner of the Independent Spirit Award ‘Someone to Watch Award’; winner Slamdance Special Jury Mention for best Performance; Fangoria Hall of Fame inductee. http://glasseyepix.com/

Wednesday 5/6/2020
Stephen Henderson - Tony Award Nominee & Ovation Award Winning Actor
Tony Award Nominee for Actor in a Featured Role (Fences on Broadway); Winner Los Angeles Stage Alliance Ovation Award for Best Featured Performance; has appeared in five films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Fences, Lincoln, Manchester by the Sea, Lady Bird and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0376610/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

Thursday 5/7/2020
Ron Kuby - Infamous Criminal Defense & Human Rights Lawyer
An American criminal defense and civil rights lawyer, radio and TV commentator, notable clients include: Hells Angels, the Gambino Crime Family, Darrell Cabey, el Sayyid Mosair, Qubilah Shabazz and many more. Kuby is devoted to opposing the federal and state government as they come up with creative new ways to disproportionately punish people living outside of the law because of  their political beliefs, race, class, immigration status, creative impulses and perceived deviance. http://kubylaw.com/

10pm With Galinsky
Monday – Friday 
10 PM – 10:30PM EST

2) Ballet Hispánico 
B Unidos Instagram Video Series
Continues 50th Anniversary Celebration

Facebook Watch Party Schedule 
on Wednesdays at 7pm:

May 6 at 7pm: Tito on Timbales
May 13 at 7pm: Asuka
May 20 at 7pm: El Beso
May 27 at 7pm: Bury Me Standing

Ballet Hispánico continues its video series B Unidos with Facebook Watch Parties through May, available at www.facebook.com/ballethispanico or https://www.ballethispanico.org/performances/2019-2020-Season/BUnidos/WatchParty.

Enjoy a Company performance from the comfort of your own home, followed by live Q&A sessions with artistic director and CEO of Ballet Hispánico Eduardo Vilaro, choreographers and company dancers:

May 6 at 7pm: Tito on Timbales
May 13 at 7pm: Asuka:
May 20 at 7pm: El Beso:
May 27 at 7pm: Bury Me Standing:

Asuka (2011)
Choreography by Eduardo Vilaro
(In collaboration with the Company Artists)
Music Sound Scape Remix by Jesse Felluss
Music by Bola de Nieve: Drume Negrita
Celia Cruz: Yemaya, Tu Voz, Te Busco, Pa' la Paloma, Agua Pa' Mí, Guantanamera
Costume Design by Eduardo Vilaro and Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Joshua Preston
Asuka is a celebration of the music of Celia Cruz through the lens of the Latino experience. Cruz, renowned as the "Queen of Salsa," captured the heart of Latinos the world over and became a symbol of perseverance for many. Through rich imagery and humor, Eduardo Vilaro explores the struggles of departure from one's homeland and the exuberance of success experienced by a community.
World Premiere: December 17, 2011 at the Apollo Theater
Asuka was commissioned in part by Goya Foods in celebration of their 75th Anniversary, by Gaily and John Beinecke, and by the University of Notre Dame's DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

Bury Me Standing (1998)
Choreography by Ramón Oller
Traditional gypsy melodies and flamenco music by Lole Y Manuel
Costume Design by Aviad Arik Herman
Lighting Design by Joshua Preston
The unique culture of the Gypsy or "Roma" people, a marginalized community that has journeyed across continents for thousands of years, inspire Spanish choreographer Ramón Oller to create Bury Me Standing. The compelling rhythms and melodies which accompany the ballet reflect the emotional essence of the Roma: their strong communal bonds, sensuality, feelings of oppression and longing, and their strength and exuberance.
New York Premiere: April 5, 2016 at The Joyce Theater

El Beso (2014)
Choreography by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano
Music by Amadeo Vives, Tomás Bretón,
Reveriano Soutullo and Juan Vert, and Ruperto Chapi
Women's Costume Designs by Angel Sanchez
Men's Costumes Styled by Angel Sanchez
Lighting Design by Joshua Preston
Set Design by Luis Crespo
Spaniard Gustavo Ramírez Sansano's first work for Ballet Hispanico is a spirited look at the nuances of a kiss set to Spanish Zarzuela music and featuring original costumes by Venezuelan fashion designer Angel Sanchez.
World Premiere: April 15, 2014 at the Joyce Theater

Tito on Timbales (1984)
Choreography by William Whitener
Music by Tito Puente
Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt
Costume Remount Interpreted by Leanne Mahoney
Lighting Design by Roger Morgan
Tito on Timbales is a tribute to the music of master percussionist Tito Puente. In this ballet, choreographer William Whitener captures the joy and intricacies of social dance through cascading patterns, sensual partnering and the community of celebration.
Tito on Timbales and Stick on Bongo performed originally by Tito Puente and the Tito Puente Rhythm Section: Jose Madera, Bobby Rodriguez and Johnny Dandy Rodriguez.
Tito on Timbales was made possible by a grant from the MetLife Foundation and with public support from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

# B Unidos
The series features a series of videos posted created by the three arms of the Ballet Hispánico: the professional company, the School of Dance, and Community Arts Partnership (CAP) and featuring the hashtag #BUnidos at www.instagram.com/ballethispanico/.

Daily, the company releases a new video generated by the dancers, teachers and administrators with the goal of serving as class, exercise, and inspiration: Motivational Mondays (inspirational messages), Take Action Tuesdays (technique tips for young dancers), Wepa Wednesdays (explorations of the many varied styles of Latin Dance), Therapeutic Thursdays (focus on conditioning, health and wellness, stretching), and Flashback Fridays (retrospective looks at past 50 years from Ballet Hispánico's archives)
3) Broadway Stars Now Teaching Performing Arts Globally With 


Broadway Stars Laura Bell Bundy, Christopher Gattelli,
Telly Leung, Eva Noblezada, Austin Scott and MoreNow Teaching Performing Arts Globally With
Proceeds to Benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and
Ireland’sArtist Emergency Relief Fund

Broadway Official Online Masterclass aka BOOM, has tapped Broadway stars to teach digital classes and workshops to students around the world.  Founded by Dublin-based theatre director and educator Rory Hughes, BOOM is by artists, for artists, and provides students with a place to continue their studies and allow professionals the means to practice their craft in these unprecedented times.  Members pay a monthly subscription to access live-streamed and recorded classes across a variety of disciplines.  Through BOOM, the biggest stars of Broadway, West End, and TV/ Film share their knowledge with anyone interested in learning more about theater, acting, dancing, music, and more.  BOOM has also partnered with the Verdon/Fosse Estate, and has exclusive rights to bring online global access to Fosse® Legacy Masterclasses.

Classes and workshops are led by Chip Abbott (On the TownCharlie and the Charlie Factory), Christina Bianco (YouTube’s “Girl with a Thousand Voices,” Forbidden Broadway), Tony Award nominee Laura Bell Bundy (Legally BlondeHairspray), Broadway vocal coach Andrew Byrne (students include performers in Wicked, The Book of Mormon, Mean Girls, Hamilton, Come From Away, Frozen, Hadestown, The Band's Visit, and more), Fosse legend Lloyd Culbreath (Dancin’Sweet Charity), Tony Award winning choreographer Christopher Gattelli (NewsiesMy Fair Lady), James Harkness (Ain't Too ProudBeautiful: The Carol King Musical), Broadway ensemblist-turned-manager Michelle Kittrell (HairsprayLegally Blonde), Telly Leung (AladdinAllegiance), Tony nominee Taylor Louderman (Mean GirlsKinky Boots), award-winning film actress Nyle Lynn, Tony nominee Eva Noblezada (HadestownMiss Saigon), Amy Penston (West End’s The Commitments), Rachelle Rak (FosseCatch Me If You Can), Austin Scott (HamiltonGirl from the North Country), and Natalie Weiss (YouTube’s “Breaking Down the Riffs,” Emojiland).

Prices for BOOM classes start at €10 (~$10.82 USD). For further information visit www.boomasterclass.com.

4) BroadwayWorld’s
Broadway’s Next On Stage Competition
Sponsored by Broadway Records


BroadwayWorld announced today the judges for the NEXT ON STAGE competition sponsored by Broadway Records! Inspired by your favorite network TV singing contests, the site is inviting high school and college aged students to submit videos of themselves performing a song from the musical theatre canon to enter the competition.

Entries for college students aged 18 to 22 (including recent graduates) are currently open and can be submitted at broadwayworld.com/nextonstage. Submissions are open through midnight on May 8th. Entries for high school students aged 14-17 are also now open.

Judging the college competition will be Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita, Kate Rockwell, and Courtney Reed. The judges for the high school round include Jackie Burns, Arielle Jacobs, and a Kyle Taylor Parker.  Both sets of judges will be joined by a fourth guest judge each week!

Those moving on to the next round each week will have Friday through Monday to record and submit a new song for the next round of the competition! 

As we move down to the top 10, we will feature weekly live shows on Facebook with Broadway judges who will provide feedback and have the opportunity to move one of the contestants on to the next round by unanimous decision.

Both the college and high school winner will receive a Broadway prizepack with merch from the BroadwayWorld Theatre Shop, CDs from Broadway Records, and $1000 to a charity of their choosing, and both first-place winners will also have the opportunity to record a single, to be released by Broadway Records, with the profits from the recording being donated to The Actors Fund

5) Premiere Project from Thirdwing

A Streaming Theater Company


Thirdwing, a digital theater company designed to develop plays directly for streaming as well as for the live stage, has launched its first streaming theater project, Rachel Carey’s THE FEMALE GENIUS on its streaming platform. The production is open for streaming review.

In series of short plays, set up as six separate “episodes,” a dying Emily Dickinson verbally abuses her caring sister; Gertrude Stein's lover wants "to be the man" for a change; Mary Shelley procrastinates on writing Frankenstein by seducing Lord Byron; JK Rowling can’t pay the babysitter; Ayn Rand encourages a young acolyte to assault her; and Zora Neale Hurston’s pro-segregation speech upends white expectations. THE FEMALE GENIUS is a darkly comic look at the struggle of having great talent in a misogynistic world.

All six plays are now available to stream and are under 10 minutes each.

Thirdwing is the first theater company to merge the live experience with the streaming experience, not to supplement one for the other. THE FEMALE GENIUS was supposed to have a concurrent live production happen at The Wild Project to coincide with the streaming launch. Covid-19 scuttled that plan.

For more information or to sign up https://www.thirdwing.watch/

Paper Mill Playhouse Producing Artistic Director Mark S. Hoebee and Managing Director Michael Stotts have announced a live streaming event from the annual New Voices Concert, the culmination of Paper Mill Playhouse’s Summer Musical Theater Conservatory, beginning with the New Voices 2019 and going back a year each week. Every Monday evening 7:00PM (EST). Tune in on our Facebook page (facebook.com/PaperMillPlayhouse).

Members of the competitive Summer Musical Theater Conservatory who earned coveted spots in the Senior (ages 15–18), Junior Plus (ages 13–14), and Junior companies (ages 10–12) are directed and choreographed by Paper Mill Playhouse’s professional artistic staff in this fully produced, original concert. See over 120 of New Jersey’s most talented young performers, including Rising Star Award winners and nominees!

Streaming dates for upcoming New Voices Concerts include:

MONDAY, MAY 4: New Voices 2017: Everyone Loves an Underdog
MONDAY, MAY 11: New Voices 2016: Everything Old is New Again

The Paper Mill Playhouse Summer Musical Theater Conservatory is a program of rigorous study allowing students to enhance their individual performance potential while developing a broad base of theater experience and knowledge. New Voices is an amazing opportunity to see the stars of tomorrow. This original concert features over 100 incredible performers. It is amazing to see these young performers grow into professional artists and grace the Paper Mill stage with an inspiring, heartfelt performance. Students from Paper Mill Playhouse’s Conservatory have gone on to appear in numerous Broadway productions, film, television, and regional theater. The Summer Musical Theater Conservatory and New Voices are supported by Investors Foundation. Paper Mill Playhouse Education & Outreach are proudly sponsored by The Goren Family & the Harmony Helper App.

Many of the students from Paper Mill Playhouse’s Conservatory have gone on to appear on Broadway, in regional theater productions, in film and on television.

Conservatory Alumni include:
Anne Hathaway - Twelfth Night, Film: Les Misérables (2013 Academy Award Winner), Rachel Getting Married (2009 Academy Award & Golden Globe nominee), Get Smart, Brokeback Mountain, The Devil Wears Prada, and Disney’s The Princess Diaries
Ali Stroker - Tony Award winner for Oklahoma, Broadway: Spring Awakening, Oxygen’s "The Glee Project: Season 2"; Paper Mill’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Olive Ostrovsky)
Laura Benanti - Broadway: She Loves Me, Gypsy (2008 Tony Award winner), Into the Woods, The Wedding Singer, Swing!
Julia Knitel - Broadway: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (u/s Carole King), Bye, Bye Birdie
Robert McClure - Broadway: Something Rotten, Honeymoon in Vegas, Chaplin, Avenue Q
Jelani Remy - Broadway: Ain’t Too Proud, Disney’s Lion King. Off-Broadway: Smokey Joe’s Cafe
Shanice Williams - NBC’s "The Wiz Live!"
Joshua Dela Cruz - Broadway’s Disney’s Aladdin (Aladdin Understudy)
Nikki M. James - Broadway: Les Misérables, The Book of Mormon (2011 Tony Award winner), All Shook Up
Avery Espiritu - Broadway: The King and I
Alex Dreier - Broadway: Finding Neverland, Assembled Parties
Daisy Hobbs - Broadway: Disney’s Aladdin
Matthew Scott - Broadway: Jersey Boys, A Catered Affair (Ralph), Sondheim on Sondheim
Collin Kelly-Sordelet - Broadway: The Last Ship (Young Gideon), The Ferryman
Jared Gertner - Olivier Award nominee West End, Broadway & National Tour of The Book of Mormon (Elder Cunningham)
Darius Jordan Lee - Broadway: Ain't Too Proud
Veronica J. Kuehn - Broadway: Mamma Mia!, Xanadu. Off-Broadway: Avenue Q
Neil McCaffrey - Broadway: Mary Poppins (Michael), Bye, Bye Birdie (Randolph), Billy Elliot (Michael)
Monette McKay - Broadway: Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark, Memphis, Mamma Mia!
Constantine Rousouli - Broadway: Hairspray (Link), Ghost the Musical, Wicked
Jonathan Schwartz - Broadway’s Disney’s Aladdin (Omar)
Elizabeth Egan Gillies - Nickelodeon’s "Victorious." Broadway: 13! The Musical
Lael Van Keuran - Broadway: Sister Act
Matt Ban - Broadway: Rock of Ages (Dennis)

7) Cabin Fever Kits for Kids Available for Shipping from
Emerson Resort & Spa
 in the Catskills 

While the Emerson Resort & Spa in the Catskills is temporarily closed due to precautions and recommendations from the CDC and local/state health officials for social distancing and doing their part to flatten the COVID-19 curve, the boutique property just announced new activities for kids to help cope with cabin fever and to entertain those restless minds.

The Shops at Emerson announced a variety of fun packs available for shipping and/or curbside pickup for locals. Available while supplies last.

·       As an antidote to screens, Melissa & Doug® low-tech and mostly wooden toys have become popular for early childhood play. Help to stimulate your child’s imagination with some of their wonderful interactive play sets based on thematic, real-life activities including pet travel, doctor’s kit, school time, ice cream counter, sushi station, baking, grocery counter, sandwich counter and more. Starting at $29.99 each.

·       While the Emerson’s seasonal art classes are on hold, Art Kits for Kids are a great substitute to help positively impact a child’s cognitive development with the Emerson’s colorful art activity kits from pencil coloring, water coloring, Chinese brush painting, pastels and more. As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Every artist was first an amateur.” $24 each.

·       Tap into the other side of the brain (the left side!) with the Emerson’s fun Science & Solar System Kits, which are thematic mini-kid labs including tornado makers, magic kits, volcano and crystal mining, kaleidoscope making kit, water rocket and much more. Starts at $12 each.

·       Build LEGO® Together – The Shops at Emerson also carries Star Wars, Ninjago, City, Lego Movie, Creator, Speed Champions, Harry Potter, Superheroes, Spiderman, Jurassic World, Hidden Side and Friends LEGO® sets. Call 845-688-4141 for pricing.

 8) South Street Seaport Museum 
Invites Friends and Fans to Stay Connected
Through #SeaportMuseumAtHome

South Street Seaport Museum, which closed its doors in March in response to COVID-19, will remain closed to the public until further notice. Until its physical spaces reopen, the Museum invites friends and fans to stay connected in the digital world. As its staff is still hard at work remotely, every Friday on the Museum's Facebook page, there will be an installment of #SeaportMuseumAtHome: updates posted throughout the day to highlight what the Museum's teams are doing from home: https://www.facebook.com/SouthStreetSeaportMuseum.

Friday, May 1 - Education No. 1
Laura Norwitz, Senior Director for Programs and Education will give a glimpse into the Museum's efforts to provide video and digital resources for teachers, classes and families to do together.

Friday, May 8 - Bowne No. 2 - Bowne & Co. printing shop's normal operations are still on pause, but designers keep on job printing! While they print using the Museum's working collection of letterpress machines, type, and images, the design process almost always begins on a computer. This way, our designers are able to continue working on job printing projects remotely. Get a glimpse at what our designers do by following @bowneprinters on Facebook and Instagram.

Friday, May 15 - Collections No. 2 - Since the second week of March, the six dedicated members of the collections care team (staff, interns, and volunteers) have been meeting virtually to keep track of both ongoing and new projects, brainstorm collection management and remote engagement ideas, and support one another through this time. From home, the team is concentrating on enhancing the digital documentation of the Museum's artifacts and archival material by researching and updating collection database entries, refreshing policies and procedures, and keeping connected with other museums' colleagues through webinars and video meetings. Remote and limited on-site checking of the Museum's collection storage areas and galleries is also happening as part of ongoing collections and facilities operations, which include monitoring temperature and humidity, walk-through spaces to spot-check needs and assessment of item conditions.

There will continue to be more opportunities to explore, learn, and interact with the Museum and staff on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and on the Museum's website.
9) Theater Resources Unlimited
Community Gatherings via Zoom
Fridays at 4:30pm

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) announces Community Gatherings every Friday at 4:30pm via Zoom. This is an opportunity to network with theater professionals and talk about keeping theater alive in the age of COVID-19. Ask questions, bring answers, be part of a community. To reserve a spot and receive the Zoom invitation, email TRUnltd@aol.com with "Zoom Me" in the subject line.

For more information about TRU membership and programs, visit www.truonline.org.
10) Two River Theater Upcoming Online Events


Two River’s very own Pamela (Sarah McKinley Austin) shares Wendy Wasserstein’s story about a young girl’s first Broadway show experience with her glamorous Aunt Louise (and all the adventures in between)! Written by the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, this book inspired the long-awaited musical #SceneAtTwoRiver for its world premiere production in our 2018/19 season. Recommended for ages 5-10.

WED, MAY 6 | 7:00 PM | FREE | ZOOM
Join the Two River Players for Shakespeare’s most famous tragic romance, Romeo and Juliet. The play will be explored act by act over the course of five community readings by members of Two River’s staff, followed by a group discussion and Q&A. Special guest Sara Holdren will read for Juliet (Director of Twelfth Night, A Little Shakespeare: Macbeth and The Comedy of Errors)
Missed Act I? No problem! View it here and join us for Act II on Wednesday!


11) Works & Process at the Guggenheim
Virtual Commissions

Ephrat Asherie * Brandon Stirling Baker * LaTasha Barnes * Hope Boykin * Brian Brooks * Rena Butler * Chris Celiz * Anthony Roth Costanzo * Dylan Crossman * Machine Dazzle * Michelle Dorrance * Tom Gold * John Heginbotham * Michael R. Jackson * John Jarboe * Gabrielle Lamb * Pontus Lidberg * Missy Mazzoli * Ryan McNamara * Andrea Miller * Calli Quan * Anthony Rodriguez * Penny Saunders * Claudia Schreier * Gus Solomons Jr. * Conrad Tao * Eyal Vilner

Commissioned Collaborations
Evita Arce and Michael Jagger * Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung * Joshua Bergasse, Sara Mearns, Zoe Sarnak and Margot Siebert * Nora Brown and Caleb Teicher * Nathan Bugh and Gaby Cook * Tony Buck, Jamar Roberts, and David Watson * Alejandro Cerrudo and Ana Lopez * Adrian Danchig-Waring and Joseph Gordon * Simone Dinnerstein, Isaac Mizrahi and Pam Tanowitz * Jack Ferver and Jeremy Jacob * Larry Keigwin and Nicole Wolcott * Ashley Laracey and Troy Schumacher * Nico Muhly and Adam Tendler * Carson Murphy and Nicholas Van Young * Michael Novak and Josh Prince * Kamala Sankaram and Preeti Vasudevan * Dan Siegler and Dawn Sinkowski * Karma Styles and Omari Wiles

To financially support artists and nurture their creative process during these challenging times, Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, presents Works & Process Virtual Commissions. With the generosity of our board, Works & Process will grant more than $45,000 in commissioning funds to artists who have been featured at Works & Process. Artists from a wide variety of genres have been commissioned to create new works, less than 5 minutes long, while observing social distancing guidelines, that will premiere on FacebookInstagram and YouTube (@worksandprocess) every Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm. 

Chris Celiz and Anthony Rodriguez kicked off the series on April 19 and 20, with Kamala Sankaram and Preeti Vasudevan on April 26 and Conrad Tao on April 27:

May Schedule to Date:
May 3 - Michael R. Jackson; May 4 - Nora Brown and Caleb Teicher
May 10 - Karma Styles and Omari Wiles; May 11 - Gus Solomons, Jr.
May 17 - LaTasha Barnes; May 18 - Evita Arce
May 24 - Jamar Roberts; May 25 - Brandon Stirling Baker

BalletX Partnership
The current circumstances no longer permit the Works & Process on June 14, featuring BalletX summer offerings, including a glimpse into the creative process of choreographers Hope Boykin, Rena Butler, Calli Quan and Penny Saunders. To continue to support these choreographers, their creative process, and company dancers, Works & Process Virtual Commissions in partnership with BalletX will provide the resources for the choreographers to workshop solos and duets (for dancers sheltering together), using Zoom video conferencing with dancers from BalletX. These commissions will premiere on Works & Process social media channels on June 14 and 15 at 7:30pm.

Details are available at www.worksandprocess.org and the commissions will broadcast on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube (@worksandprocess).
And that's the scoop. Tune in tomorrow for another Talking Topic.

Stay well! Stay safe!

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