We would like to thank Tom Wojtunik for posting his very first blog, EVER, with us. We were honored.
We are excited to announce that next week's guest blogger will be... Amanda Feldman.
Amanda Feldman is the General Manger of the Lark Play Development Center. Producing credits include: What May Fall (Fordham University’s Pope Auditorium); Hack! an I.T. Spaghetti Western (Brick Theater); Blackouts (Center Stage NY); Neighborhood 3 and Unfold Me (Summer Play Festival '08 and '07); Dressing Miss Julie (NYC Fringe Festival); The Deepest Play Ever, They’re Just Like Us, The Astronomer’s Triangle, The Trading Floor (CollaborationTown, a Theatre Company 2003 – 2006). Previously she worked with various non-profit and commercial theatre companies including: Nikos Associates, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Baltimore’s CENTERSTAGE, The Shubert Organization, and Richards/Climan, Inc. In addition, she helps run The Community Dish, a forum for the off-off Broadway community, she is a Judge-At-Large with the NY Innovative Theater Awards, and she sits on the Boards of CollaborationTown, A Theatre Company and The League of Independent Theatre NY, an advocacy organization for NYC’s indie theatre community. Recently she founded the NYC World Theatre Day Coalition to publicize and coordinate the annual celebration on March 27th. Upcoming productions are The Wife by Tommy Smith (The Gallery at Access Theater, December 2010), The Play About My Dad by Boo Killebrew and Theives by William Yellow Robe, Jr.