Valerie Hager, Donna Barkman and Cheryl King Perform

Valerie Hager, (Writer/ Performer, Naked in Alaska (Sola Voce 1) will be performing a new solo short titled, BIg Man at Cheryl King’s, Stage Left Studio. One night only Dec.14th @ 7:30pm. “Big Man” is a brand-new solo “short” set in Las Vegas. Based on Valerie’s own experience, this 20-minute piece follows her through one unforgettable night in The Bellagio Hotel.

http://www.stageleftstudio.net/cms-view-page.php?page=selected-short-subjects

To follow Valerie check out here website here: www.valeriehager.com

Cheryl King, Producer of our Sole Voce, will be performing in Grapefruit by Sally Lambert at her theatre, Stage Left Studio (www.stageleftstudio.net). Two performances on January 4th and 15th at 7:30.

Donna Barkman will be reading her poetry for Colloboration III, the third annual art exhibition and poetry.

Our Artists Live On!

Though we closed our thirteenth year on Saturday night, our artists continue on creating. Much thanks to everyone who was supported us. It’s never easy to produce a festival especially when you have to find a new space and change the format. All to great success of course.

For the last two months, I have been blogging three times a week. I will be shifting the schedule to once a week on Mondays focusing on Estro news regarding the festivals and our tribe members.

So here we go! Heather Cohn, (director, ROSIE THE RETIRED ROCKETTE (program C),  and her theater company, Flux Theatre Ensemble, are running the production of HEARTS LIKE FISTS through December 15th). Details and a discount code below.

HEARTS LIKE FISTS by Adam Szymkowicz, directed by Kelly O’Donnell
– A superhero noir comedy about the dangers of love

We have a special deal for $12 discount tickets for performances 12/2, 12/4 and 12/5 using code ‘BEAT12′  (regular price:

Runs Nov. 30 – Dec. 15
Tickets Available HERE 
Location: The Secret Theatre (Long Island City, Queens)
Facebook Event HERE

Featuring: Becky Byers, Aja Houston, Rachael Hip-Flores, Jennifer Somers Kipley, Susan Louise O’Connor, Chester Poon, August Schulenburg, Marnie Schulenburg, Chinaza Uche, and Chris Wight