Don’t Miss NYSAF’s Upcoming Reading of THE DIZZY LITTLE DANCE OF RUSSELL DIFINALDI

February 18th, 2015

New York Stage and Film is proud to announce the next reading in the 2014-15 NYC Reading Series at Barnard College!

THE DIZZY LITTLE DANCE OF RUSSELL DIFINALDI
by Stephen Belber
directed by Benjamin Kamine

Featuring Becky Ann Baker, Dominic Fumusa, Amber Gray, Mamie Gummer, Armando Riesco, and Pablo Schreiber

The story of Russell DiFinaldi and his brother Jerry, who over the first 20 years of the 21st century attempt to live with conviction in a world where said effort can truly be lethal–to friends, family and a million different strangers.  An epic story of loyalty, betrayal and the American dream gone rogue.

Monday, February 23, 2015
7:00 PM

The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.

Please RSVP to  info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
All reservations will be confirmed via email.

Join Us!

January 26th, 2015

New York Stage and Film seeks full time SUMMER INTERNS AND PRODUCTION STAFF for the 2015 Powerhouse Season. Season includes 2-3 fully-produced mainstage productions, 2-3 musical workshops, 2-3 play workshops, and 8-10 readings. Salary and free on-campus housing are provided for staff positions. Interns are provided free on-campus housing and paid a modest stipend.

Technical positions available: TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, MASTER CARPENTER, SCENIC PAINTER, MASTER ELECTRICIAN, ASSISTANT MASTER ELECTRICIAN, COSTUME SHOP SUPERVISOR, ASSISTANT COSTUME SHOP SUPERVISOR, PROPERTIES SUPERVISOR, ASSISTANT PROPERTIES SUPERVISOR, SOUND SUPERVISOR, and ASSISTANT SOUND SUPERVISOR.

Available internship positions in administration include COMPANY MANAGEMENT, GENERAL MANAGEMENT, and PRODUCING. Internships in STAGE MANAGEMENT, PRODUCTION, CARPENTRY, ELECTRICS, PROPS, SOUND, and COSTUMES are also available.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and two references to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org with “Name, [Insert Position Title of Interest]” in the subject line.  No calls please.

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December 31st, 2014

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Join the thousands of artists and students who consider
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Casting Announced For Upcoming Reading Of EVERYTHING MUST GO!

December 4th, 2014

CASTING ANNOUNCED
for New York Stage and Film’s Monday, December 8th reading of

EVERYTHING MUST GO
by Stephen Girasuolo
directed by Lucie Tiberghien

Featuring Craig Bierko, John Doman, Chuk Iwuji, Christopher Kelly, Kellie Overbey, Carter RedwoodDanielle Skraastad, and Alexandra Socha.

Eight people who live and work in the shadow of Ground Zero in 2009 find themselves locked in a heightened state of uncertainty about their own lives and the future of their neighborhood. This dark comedy follows two construction workers who are building the Freedom Tower, the employees in a run-down diner nearby, and a real estate mogul hoping to breathe new life into the desolate neighborhood.  Everything Must Go is a love letter to New York City and a mediation on what it means to make a fresh start.

Monday, December 8, 2014
7:00 PM

The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

Please RSVP to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
All reservations will be confirmed via email.

Upcoming Reading Announced!

December 1st, 2014

New York Stage and Film is proud to announce the next reading in the 2014-15 NYC Reading Series at Barnard College!

EVERYTHING MUST GO
by Stephen Girasuolo
directed by Lucie Tiberghien

Eight people who live and work in the shadow of Ground Zero in 2009 find themselves locked in a heightened state of uncertainty about their own lives and the future of their neighborhood. This dark comedy follows two construction workers who are building the Freedom Tower, the employees in a run-down diner nearby, and a real estate mogul hoping to breathe new life into the desolate neighborhood. Everything Must Go is a love letter to New York City and a mediation on what it means to make a fresh start.

Monday, December 8, 2014
7:00 PM

The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.

Please RSVP to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
All reservations will be confirmed via email.

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