This month, we want to hear what’s in our performers’ hearts. A Love Letter To… invites our superstar storytellers to share with us an ode to something that they hold dear, that’s an important part of their story. Maybe it’s birth control or being brave or babka. Maybe it’s something that’s always sparked joy for them, or maybe they’ll share with us a more complex idea, person, or theme that they’ve come to love over the years. One things for sure: you’re not going to want to miss this lovely show.
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Doors 6:30 PM, show 7:00 PM.
Tickets $30-$35 assigned seated, $20 standing room.
REFUND POLICY: Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.
Team 20s: Nadya Okamoto is the Founder and Executive Director of PERIOD (period.org), an organization she founded at the age of 16. Nadya recently published her debut book, Period Power: A Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement, which made the Kirkus Reviews list for Best Young Adult Nonfiction of 2018. Nadya is the Chief Brand Officer of JUV Consulting, a Generation Z marketing agency based in NYC.
Team 30s: Martha Molfetas is the Executive Director and Founder of Impact Human, an environmental and climate justice outreach education NGO. She’s also a research consultant, writer, and policy advisor on climate, security, international development, and resource issues. Her work has been featured on: LSE IDEAS, The Global Policy Journal, On Frontiers, the World Politics Review and others.
Team 40s: Alexandra Collier's plays have been developed at Playwrights Horizons, Sydney Theatre Company, New Group, Women’s Project, New Georges, the Lark and Dixon Place. Recent work includes Together, a new play with songs, which was workshopped at Berkeley Rep's Ground Floor and Triplight, a new musical written with Greta Gertler Gold (Joe's Pub).
Team 50s: Angela Dohrmann is an actor, a writer, and a teacher. She is also an accomplished improver and improv teacher. Classically trained, you can catch her in Hamlet this summer at Theater at Woodshill.
Team 60s: Ivy Eisenberg is an award-winning humor writer, comedian and storyteller. Ivy co-produces Pros(e) of Pie, a monthly storytelling and pie-bake-off event in Westchester, and Solo Heroes, a quarterly solo show revue in New York City.
Team 70s: Martha Reeves is a humorist and the winner of the Jack Kerouac Literary Prize. She has presented original works in New York City, Chicago and Boston. Her first one woman show is titled Chicken Pot Pie and Other Challenges, and she is now working on her next: Confessions of a Bad Mother.
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