YOU ARE AMAZING!
Hanna Cheek, Kevin Townley & David Ryan Smith in #9
Amazing in so many ways and we don't get to tell you nearly enough. For over a decade, you have seen us grow from a small start up company to a established organization. From rehearsing shows on a rooftop to headlining Under The Radar at the Public Theater, you have been there with us every step of the way. Our community has grown because of your belief, your expertise and your love. For that, you are amazing.
And our non profit is growing. Our reach is widening. Our love for the arts is strengthening. And without you and your support, we cannot move forward.
We're fully aware that money is tight and we are fully aware of the numerous non-profit campaigns and asks and "Giving Tuesday" that are out there, especially at the end of this calendar year. But we are hoping that you can help Waterwell at this time.
We're asking you to support Waterwell in the development of new work, continued free programming at Professional Performing Arts School and to help us as the company continues to grow. And as always, all donations are 100% tax deductible.
You truly are amazing and we can't thank you enough.
With love and gratitude,
Arian & Tom
WATERWELL SUMMER THEATER LAB 2014
After a tremendous first season of Waterwell's Summer Theater Lab, we are proud to annouce the dates of STL's second training program.
2013 artists included Stephen Adly Guirgis (Tony Nominee), Lin-Manuel Miranda (In the Heights), Otis Sallid (Smokey Joe's Cafe), & Beau Willimon (House of Cards).
World-class training in Heart of Times Square putting you AHEAD OF THE REST.
For more info, videos and photos, please visit waterwell.org/summer.
FEATURED ENSEMBLE MEMBER: RODNEY GARDINER
Next season at the Oregan Shakespeare Festival, Rodney Gardiner will be playing both roles of Dromio in Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, starting in Feb, 2014.
From the press release: "Traveling from the rural South, they journey to the big city and find themselves in the heart of the Harlem Renaissance. And surprise! Suddenly there are two identical Antipholi and two identical Dromios, which has everybody in town (including significant others) seeing double. To make matters worse, another family member is about to be executed for breaking local law. Laughs fly as the clock ticks in Shakespeare’s farce about the craziest family reunion ever."
For More Info: osfashland.org
Public support provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency and
National Endowment for the Arts.