Words and music come together in a piece by Julie Fitzpatrick that explores what it is to go back home.
FIND YOURSELF IN YOUR MATERIAL
Are you preparing for an audition & need feedback?
Are you about to give a speech & need practice?
Are you anxious & breathless when you get up in front of people to share your thoughts or make a presentation?
Give Performance Prep with Julie a try.
Julie Fitzpatrick is an actress (born & raised in Guilford) who is back in town after over a decade of acting in NYC & regionally. She is offering sessions & workshops to help you find your center & fully inhabit your material. For children & adults, Julie will guide you to land in your words, anchor your body & share who you are.
To make an appointment or ask questions, please call 646-296-4072 or email email@example.com
Directed by Pat Souney, stage managed by Marlana Rugg and starring Nancy Cardone, Julie Fitzpatrick, and Mike Souney, Painting Churches will be read for a small audience on 3/31 at 1:30pm in Guilford, CT at the Greene Gallery.
Painting Churches centers around a family downsizing and making art at the same time. Come to hear this neat play and nibble and sip on treats! Discussion to follow.
A play about Christmas & a family that is both estranged yet deeply connected. Directed by Pat Souney and Read by:
Laurent Mullen, Carter Popkin, Marlana Rugg, Wendy Brockman, John Demetre, Cristal DePietro, Julie Fitzpatrick, Christ Hamilton and Mike Souney.
"Rain Men of Motown" will be presented as a staged reading at Ensemble Studio Theatre June 21st at 7pm
Featuring: Erin Anderson, Curran Connor, Rachel Elmlin, Julie Fitzpatrick and Abby Rosebrock
Directed by: Mikhaela Mahony
Mon, Jun 6, 2016 7:00pm thru Fri, Jun 10, 2016 7:00pm
A RoughCut Workshop of
by Amy Fox
directed by Suzanne Agins
When a group of former college roommates gather to celebrate one of their own, they test their increasingly superficial connection, and force each other to face what is really going on in their grown-up lives.
featuring Pepper Binkley*†, Kelli Lynn Harrison*, Kellie Overbey*†, Nedra McClyde*†, and Julie Fitzpatrick*†
Production Stage Manager: Leah Montesinos | Scenic Design: Nick Francone* | Lighting Design: Megan Lang | Sound Design: M. Florian Staab | Costume Design: Suzanne Chesney* | Props Design: Claire Rufiange | Assistant Director: Elizabeth Power | Assistant Stage Manager: Lauren Stern
THE PLAYWRIGHTS REALM: INK'D FESTIVAL
Another Kind of Silence by Lauren Feldman Directed by Will Davis
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7:00PM
Ford Foundation Studio Theatre, The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Performance will be immediately followed by a reception. There will be one ten minute intermission during this performance.
Evan struggles over her novel. Chap secretly sketches her. When the two women’s lives intersect, they are hurled into a passionate whirlwind tempered only by the fact that both are already in committed relationships with someone they love. A bilingual play in English and American Sign Language, Another Kind of Silence follows four people as they wrestle with questions of long‐term partnership, the elusiveness of desire, and the mysteries of the changing self.
Featuring: Danielle Davenport, Treshelle Edmonds, Julie Fitzpatrick, Korey Jackson, Athena Kazantzis, John McGinty, Felice Shays, Alexandria Wailes
"Family," a new film by Noemi Natasha Schneider exploring a family on the verge of what feels like collapse... will be show as part of the NYU Grad Film Showcase.
Featuring: Adam McLaughlin, Allison Wick, Marcela Biven, Julie Fitzpatrick
"Big Fat Positive" by Chaira Atik is part of MotherBRUNCHER, the monthly Ensemble Studio Theatre Sunday Brunch extravaganza. It's a delicious way to celebrate Mother's Day with 5 steaming fresh one-acts, pancakes, and a spirited sold-out house.
A little more about the event: While all those other people are enjoying an early brunch with their mothers, come enjoy brunch with us. Or bring your mother along for the ride, why not? Brunch begins at 12:30pm, plays begin at 1pm! Featuring new plays by Chiara Atik, Amanda Keating, Catya McMullen, Andrew Massey, Christina Quintana
"Big Fat Positive" features Kelly Anne Burns, Julie Fitzpatrick, Kelli Lynn Harrison, Erica Lutz, Dianah Oh, Charly Simpson and is directed by Claudia Weill.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at Jefferson Market Library 425 Avenue of the Americas, NYC, 6-8 p.m.
The League of Professional Theatre Women & Julia's Reading Room present readings of short plays written and/or directed by Shellen Lubin
These pieces are from 365 Women a Year: A Playwriting Project and/or were recently featured in the In Her Name Festival at 13th Street Theatre
LEAH FRIEDMAN, JULIE FITZPATRICK, ARNOLD KIM, MAMI KIMURA, SUSAN MERSON, ROMY NORDLINGER, VIRGINIA WING, J ZIMMERMA
with work from playwrights:
SHELLEN LUBIN, LYNDA CRAWFORD, LEAH FRIEDMAN
Series produced by Wendy Peace & Dorothy Leeds
Julia's Reading Room is a place for LPTW members to bring works in progress to be read, and for you to join us for cheese and wine and to listen. The readings are informal and unrehearsed, focused on providing an artist a chance to hear her work in a supportive environment & for other members to share in the process.
Reservations necessary as there is limited seating:
A reading of Michael's powerful, challenging, love-filled play about family and resilience.
6-8pm at Simple Studios, 134 West 29th Street - 2nd floor, NYC
In Her Name is a festival of women's voices in the theatre honoring the founder of 13th Street Rep and some wonderful writers.
Julie will be performing in the Fundraising Event on Friday April 15 at 7pm - singing with Shellen Lubin and Matthew Gandolfo & in two readings of new plays by Susan Merson and Shellen Lubin. The plays she will be reading will also feature Elizabeth Hess and Carolyn Mignini.
The Oxnam Playwriting Festival honors Drew University student Hannah Ponturro with a staged reading of her play Boys Rule, at 6:30 on Wednesday April 13 at Drew University featuring:
Shyko Amos, Madeleine Bundy, Julie Fitzpatrick, Thomas Lyons, Turna Mete, Jonathan Randell Silver, and Andrew Start
The gender tables are turned. Boys just need to sit down and look handsome, while the girls are pushed to study and excel.
The Chancers! By Brian Doyle
7pm at Mercy College’s Manhattan Campus, 66 West 35th Street, Rm 722
Featuring: Peter Husovsky, Joie Bauer, Kevin Urban, Julie Fitzpatrick, Jillian Stevens, Spencer Aste, Jaye Maynard, Paul Martin Kovic, Tom Kemnitz, Jr., G.V. Maldonado
THROUGH THE WINDOW by Abigail Gampel
with: Julie Fitzpatrick, Audrey Martells, Meg MacCary
Monday March 21st at 10am in NYC
A woman, and women, explore what it is to be a daughter, a mother, and a soul alone...with fantasies of Fellini and a saxophone.
"Jack and Molly and Mom" by Andrew Massey is featured in Crime and Brunchishment on Sunday, March 6, 2016 from 1-3pm at Ensemble Studio Theatre, 549 w 52nd Street in NYC
Featuring: Riley King, Julie Fitzpatrick and Elizabeth Scopel
Directed by Andrew Gross
Don't let Dostoyevsky get you down, come to EST this Sunday for five new plays about crime by the writers of Youngblood as well as pancakes, bacon and (young)bloody marys!
Then stay tuned for five brand new ten minute plays by Cary Gitter, Andrew Massey, Rebecca Schlossberg, Charly Evon Simpson, and Kristin Slaney
"Another Kind of Silence" By Lauren Feldman
Directed by Will Davis
Featuring: Ben Beckley, Robbie Berry, Candace Broecker, Danielle Davenport, Julie Fitzpatrick, John McGinty, Eli Pauley, Mara Stevens, and Alexandria Wailes
With artistic and sound support/wisdom from: Lewis Merkin and Miles Polaski
Stage Manager: Hannah Woodward
Dramaturg: Kate Pines
The Playwrights Realm, 520 Eighth Avenue, Suite 320, New York, NY 10018
"Lullabye," a film by Noemi Natasha Schneider exploring a family on the verge of what feels like collapse...
Featuring: Adam McLaughlin, Allison Wick, Marcela Biven, Julie Fitzpatrick
A reading of Lisa Lampanelli's hysterical and powerful new play about women chewing through thick and thin - together.
Featuring: Lisa Howard, Julie Fitzpatrick, and Jessica Luck
Directed by: Darlene Volette