The New York Times: “Spare Times for Children July 22-28”

The New York Times listed the upcoming Young Dancemakers Company’s performance at Pace in the “Spare Times for Children July 22-28”. The company is composed of teenage dancers and the audience gets to get in on the act. The free show will take place in the Schimmel Theater for the Arts on Monday at 2pm.

The New York Times listed the upcoming Young Dancemakers Company’s performance at Pace in the “Spare Times for Children July 22-28”.  The company is composed of teenage dancers and the audience gets to get in on the act. The free show will take place in the Schimmel Theater for the Arts on Monday at 2pm.

For more information or other great events for children in NYC, view the listing in The New York Times.

BROADWAYWORLD: “Pace University Hosts 3 Plays over 3 Days, Kicks Off 3/2”

According to BroadwayWorld, “The Actors Studio Drama School’s newest storytellers have taken the advice ‘write what you know’ to heart … as each of these three plays are reflective of the creator’s ethnic heritage and place of birth.”

BroadwayWorld news coverage – http://offoffbroadway.broadwayworld.com/article/Pace_University_Hosts_3_Plays_over_3_Days_20010101

The Downtown Express also covered the full-length staged readings – http://www.downtownexpress.com/de_410/stagedreadings.html

PACE UNIVERSITY NYC CAMPUS EVENT ALERT

SPEND THE WEEKEND WITH US – MARCH 4, 5 AND 6

 

PLAYWRIGHT EDWARD ALLAN BAKER INVITES YOU TO JOIN

THE ACTORS STUDIO DRAMA SCHOOL’S 2011 GRADUATING MFA PLAYWRIGHTS

IN AN INTIMATE, BARE-BONES “STAGED READING” THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE

“3 Plays over 3 Days”

The Actors Studio Drama School’s newest storytellers have taken the advice “write what you know” to heart … as each of these three plays are reflective of the creator’s ethnic heritage and place of birth.  This is the very first time these works-in-progress have been performed before an outside audience with actors reading the parts, scripts in hand, so we appreciate you coming along for their test drive!  There is a feedback card inside the program.  Please use it.  We welcome your comments.

Friday, March 4 at 8 p.m.
TOUGH JEWS by Michael Ross Albert
In the crime-filled Jewish Ghetto of 1930s Toronto, the members of a Canadian family struggle to maintain the bonds that hold them together and implicate them in the Crime of the Century.

Saturday, March 5 at 7 p.m.
IF STARS ARE LIT {working title} by Alla Ilyasova
Can a boy with a drum, a man with a bag, and a girl with a secret reignite the light extinguished by civil war in this Russian village?  Or will a gang of Young Pioneers continue to wreak havoc in the night?

Sunday, March 6 at 5 p.m.
AN EVENING OF MURDER by Sarah Rachael Jones
The residents of River Valley, Alabama, are just like those in any other southern town.  Some go to church, some to school, and some even fall in love. But the residents of River Valley have a secret.

For more information and reservations, please RSVP (mandatory as seating limited) at: ASDSReservations@pace.edu or 212-613-6209

Media Contact: Samuella Becker, sbecker2@pace.edu, 212-346-1637 or 917-734-5172