Monthly Archive
for: ‘April, 2011’

Dressing The Human Comedy With Costumes and Props

In The Human Comedy (Opening May 5th), costumes and props play an important role in telling this story set in a small California town during WWII. Recently, APAC alums Hunter S. Kaczorowski, Costume Design and Ashlee Springer, Prop Design, joined me on a stoop in Astoria to share insights into their work on the upcoming […]

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More Than a Backdrop (Michael P. Kramer Talks The Human Comedy Set)

One of my favorite things at APAC is watching as people walk into the theater in anticipation of how the space inside is transformed. Since we’re not restricted by permanent seating, the way we use the space changes based on how the story needs to be told. When The Human Comedy opens on May 5th, […]

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It Feels Like Home (Jeffrey Campos and Christine O’Grady Discuss The Human Comedy)

On May 5th, The Human Comedy opens on our mainstage. This show explores the idea of home and the role family and community play in our lives. Members of our family, APAC alums Jeffrey Campos, Musical Director and┬áChristine O’Grady, Choreographer/Associate Director, share their thoughts on working with APAC to tell this story. “It feels like […]

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Astoria Students’ Plays Performed By Professional Artists 4/14 at 6pm

Each year students from Horace Greeley Intermediate School (IS10) participate in an after school program where they learn to write their own plays. These young playwrights then see their original works brought to life by professional actors and directors in a evening of staged readings. The show is free and open to the public. Come […]

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