Filipino Lighting Designer Cha See, sheds light on the plight of immigrant artists with the help of SEE Lighting Foundation.
An interview by Russell Legaspi, Aug 4, 2020 Theatre Artists local and abroad have faced numerous challenges. From balancing day jobs with several projects to juggling mental health and self-care in this overflowing data-driven world. Productivity was rising, engagements were trending and hustling was at its peak, a paradise in broad daylight; but what loomed […]
Last June 23, 2020, the Lucille Lortel Theatre Foundation held the premiere of their very first Fellowship Plays online – 7 one act plays written by 7 NYC public high school students as a part of the Lucille Lortel Theatre Foundation Playwriting Fellowship program. Fortunately, we were able to interview Katherine Sciortino, one fo the […]
On May 9, 2020, a company called The Hustling Creative held a virtual concert marathon which featured exciting performances and interactive classes by movement artists across the United States. The proceeds of this concert were given to RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault violence organization. We interviewed Alex Palting, the Founder of The Hustling Creative, […]