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TeatroStageFest/ HOLA/ Produce! Workshop

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Nov 8, 2008
Nov 8, 2008
Segal Theater

Join us for a one-day workshop for non-conformist performers determined to take their vision from the page to the stage.Co-presented by The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, TeatroStageFest and the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA), with support from the City University of New York and Instituto Cervantes. An official event of the 2008 NYC Latin American Cultural Week.

Produce! will feature a panel discussion with notable actors and writers who have seen their work produced On or Off-Broadway, and break-out groups that will provide instrumental tools to seeing one’s work produced: development, budgeting, fundraising, marketing, and more.

TeatroStageFest is an annual citywide festival that spotlights groundbreaking theatre productions from New York, Latin America, The Caribbean and Spain; concerts, comedy, children’s and outdoor theater, artist panels, and a city wide playwriting competition for high school students. It is produced by the Latino International Theater Festival of New York, Inc. (LITF/NY) a non profit organization founded in 2005 and supported by the New York City Latin Media and Entertainment Commission, among other partners. LITF/NY also holds year-round programming seeking to empower theatre artists in New York, and collaborations with international theater companies and festivals. www.teatrostagefest.org

The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA) is an arts service organiza tion founded in 1975 to expand the presence of Hispanic actors in both the Latino and mainstream entertainment and communications media by facilitat ing industry access to employing professional and emerging Hispanic actors. In expanding job opportunities for actors, HOLA strengthens and supports the available talent pool through its professional educational services and awards for excellence in theatre . Ultimately, HOLA strives for an accurate, informed and non-stereotyped portrayal of Hispanic culture, people and heritage in theatre, film, television, radio and commercials. www.hellohola.org

10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Saturday, November 8, 2008 Martin E. Segal Theatre. Free!
Reservation required: info@teatrostagefest.org