Month: October 2016
Emily Mann says, “A great theater is haunted.”
MULTI-AWARDED AMERICAN director and playwright Emily Mann talked to Inquirer.net about how stagehands will leave a lighted lamp on stage and while no one knows why, “some oldtimers say it is to keep ghosts away.” She said, “A great theater is haunted.” Click…
What We’re Doing About Gender Inequality In The Arts
The issue of gender inequality in the art world is bubbling up more frequently and receiving increased traditional and social media coverage. It is great news that more dialogue, thought, research and attention is being given to exhibiting the work of great women artists. As the director of the …
Nicole Tung’s photographs featured in NYTimes report on Syrian refugees
THE NEW YORK Times published the story of a Canadian family who took in a Syrian refugee family. Photos for “What Does It Mean to Help One Family?” were shot by our former guest photojournalist Nicole Tung. Click…
The Teaneck Film Festival is back!
THE TEANECK FILM Festival is back for its 11th year and this year’s theme is “Activism: Making Change,” which means this year’s films will show a wide range of topics and characters related to activism and social change. Our host, Sandi Klein, will moderate…
Kristine Bendul, Dancer
Kristine Bendul's career has crossed over from ballet, to Broadway to dance companies, to music videos, film, television and teaching. Oh, she's also a published children's book author. Kristine's journey is a fascinating, heart wrenching and clearly rewarding one that she shares openly and honestly. Tune in for yet another no-holds barred conversation with a multi-dimensional, creative woman.