THE AMAS SONG SALON

Join us for a special evening of conversation and song. Mingle over wine and supper in a spectacular, sky-high Manhattan party space on West 57th Street. The Amas Song Salon series is designed to present up-close and personal soirees celebrating the American Theatre and some of its brightest talents in a relaxed and elegant environment. Intimate, entertaining and informative.

Monday, November 6, 2017

THE BUSINESS AND ART OF SHOW

This is a One Time Event with Limited Seating!!

Cocktails begin at 6:00pm Program begins at 7:30pm

including open bar and supper

Nothing compares to the spotlight of center stage or the self-empowerment of operating your own theatrical business. The reality of simultaneous careers in front of and behind the footlights can be a challenge of Herculean proportion. How do you balance a career in show business along with the responsibilities of running a nonprofit theatre? What are some of the unique challenges? As a creator, producer and a performer of plays and musicals, how does this distinct perspective inform the process of making theatre?

   

Enter Darryl Reuben Hall. He is a working singer, actor and dancer, (Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, Cinderella, and roles in theaters across the country), an emerging playwright (The Dinner, Frat House), a Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center Fellow, alumnus of the Lincoln Center Director's Lab, and recipient of an Onyx Award for Excellence in the Performing Arts.

 

Darryl is the Founder and CEO of one of America's busiest theatre companies, STAGE AURORA in Jacksonville Florida, which has produced over one hundred plays and musicals for thousands, a company recognized nationally by the NEA and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre that delivers a vibrant outreach program in arts education and enrichment to underserved populations in Northern Florida. He is also is a member of the Amas Board of Directors.   

Tickets: $107.00*

*tax deductible as allowed by law

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