GirlPower: Voices of a Generation

10:18 PM / Posted by Ashley /


If you're in the NYC area at the end of October, it would mean a lot to me if you could come and check out "GirlPower: Voices of a Generation". Elizabeth Koke (Performance Studies alum) and I have been working with the most amazing group of teen girls between the ages of 13-19 on developing their voices and creating this performance piece. The issues covered range anywhere from relationships and family problems to body image issues and their understanding of what it means to be a young artist in today's world (and what they want to do with that power). Two of the performances have already sold out but the Manhattan Theatre Source added a 9:00pm show on Sunday (maybe more!). Below is the information. Hope to see you there!

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The Manhattan Theatre Source Presents:

Girl Power: Voices of a Generation

Written by the 2008 Estrogenius GirlPower Company
Developed and Directed by Ashley Marinaccio
Assistant Directed by Elizabeth Koke

Featuring: Lyric Anderson, Brittany Alyss DalCais, Alondra Diaz, Candice Fernandez, Dominique Fishback, Nora Kennedy, Roni Laytin, Michelle Lee, Melissa Morley, Andrea Panichi, Christina Elise Perry, Stephanie Rae Shafir, Katya Stepanov, Ellen Swanson, Anastasia Zorin

GirlPower: Voices of a Generation, is a series of powerful written words performed by actors in their teens, struggling with issues that they face growing up in today's world. The performers share their experiences of love, relationships, parents, pain and success.

Sunday, October 26th at 3:00pm and 9:00pm
Monday, October 27th at 6:00pm

Tickets: $12

Manhattan Theatre Source at Washington Square Park
177 MacDougal Street, NY, NY, 10011
between West 8th and Waverly Streets(Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, or V to West 4th Street)
Call: 212-501-4751 or www.theatresource.org for ticket information

Part of the Manhattan Theatre Source's "Estrogenius 2008", a celebration of womens' voices. For more information, visit: www.estrogenius.org/estro.html .

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