Playbill: “An Evening With the Legendary Zoe Caldwell to Be Offered at Pace University”

Australian director/actress Zoe Caldwell will share the stage of The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts with Cosmin Chivu, Director of Pace’s BA Theater Arts/Directing Program, on Monday, April 23 at 6 pm.

By Adam Hetrick
12 Apr 2012

Pace University will host An Evening with the Legendary Zoe Caldwell, as part of its Master Series, April 23 at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.

Four-time Tony Award winner Caldwell last appeared Off-Broadway in the U.S. premiere of David Adjmi’s Elective Affinities. The 6 PM event, moderated by Cosmin Chivu, is part of the series that aims to provide “the new generation of students/artists with the opportunity of interacting with well-established, outstanding professionals that have developed new voices and ideas.”

Click here to visit Caldwell’s page on the Playbill Vault.

Admission is free. The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts is located at 3 Spruce Street, NYC.

 

Theatermania: “Pace University to Present An Evening with Zoe Caldwell”

Pace University has announced “An Evening with Zoe Caldwell” for their Master Series. The event will be held Monday, April 23, at 6pm at the university’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts. The moderator will be Cosmin Chivu, the head of the Directing program at Pace Performing Arts.

A four time Tony Award winner, Zoe Caldwell was born in 1933 in Melbourne, Australia, and quickly became a professional actress playing “Slightly Soiled” in Peter Pan. Recently, she appeared in the film Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and starred Off-Broadway in David Adjmi’s play Elective Affinities, reported Sarah Moore for Theatermania.

“The Masters Series” at Pace is dedicated to providing the new generation of students/artists with the opportunity of interacting with well-established, outstanding professionals that have developed new voices and ideas. The goal is to reinvigorate the theater’s ancient role as a public forum by focusing on the social and cultural context for the works of the American Theatre of today and tomorrow. The evening’s guests engage in discussions of their unique practices and bodies of work, followed by a Q&A session with Pace BFA and BA Performing Arts students.

Tickets are free and open to the public, and can be reserved by emailing PerformingArtsPress@pace.edu