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Playmaking Students Chat About Their Brand New Plays

The public performance for our first round of Playmaking is right around the corner.  Teaching Artists Susan and Crystal aren’t the only ones getting excited about the upcoming Playmaking performance on February Feb. 13th at I.S. 10 in Queens! Today, Crystal got to talk to the students about their brand new plays!  __________________________________________________________ The Playmaking Playwrights were […]

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An Insider’s Peek at Playmaking

Each year students from Horace Greeley Intermediate School (IS 10) participate in an after school program where they learn to write their own plays from Playmaking instructor Susan Willerman. These young playwrights then see their original works brought to life by professional actors and directors in a evening of staged readings. Each young playwright sees their […]

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Recommended Restaurant : Butcher Bar

As winter rolls on, we hit a quiet time at APAC. Although we’re still working away at the office and we’ve even started preparing for our next mainstage – Allegro, the pace has slowed a little. We thought we would use this down time to let you know about one of the new restaurants on […]

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As we wrap things up at APAC for 2013, and start looking forward to next year, we thought it was a great time to share a long-overdue project that we finally finished! If you take a look at our Past Seasons page on our website, you will see that we now have a show page […]

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Please Consider APAC in your End of the Year Giving

Happy Holidays! One of the production designers on The Cottage this fall wrote the loveliest opening night card, thanking us at APAC for the experience, and saying that she had “finally found the artistic home in New York she was looking for.” APAC has been my personal artistic home these past six years, but it’s still such […]

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The Usher, The Victorian Window and The Universe

It is often said the final piece of the puzzle in any live performance is the audience. Each new audience brings its own personality, it’s own energy. Before the last bows on The Cottage we wanted to give a voice to our audiences. We asked Grace Pettijohn, a long time supporter of APAC who volunteered to usher […]

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Opening Night at Sac’s Place

This past Saturday night, APAC celebrated the opening of our fall mainstage The Cottage. After a long two weeks of tech, dress rehearsals and previews, we finally reached one of the most fun parts of working in theatre…the opening night party!  ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The cast and some of our audience gathered for the opening night party. […]

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Bring Your Sweet Tooth to the Show

Over the past few weeks we have given you different views of the new play The Cottage which will have its first public performance this Thursday. We hope after seeing so many different perspectives of the show in the last few weeks you are as excited about seeing the show as we are about showing […]

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A Day in the Life of Amy Rutberg

We are gearing up for our first performance of The Cottage on November 7th. The show is coming together in an amazing way, in no small part due to our talented ensemble of actors. One of them is Amy Rutberg, a New York actress playing the part of Sylvia Van-Kipness. She wanted to share with you […]

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Set Build – A Week in Pictures

The Cottage is moving forward, including the set being built. Last week, our staff and a few volunteers gathered to get a jump on building the set. We wanted to share some of what we’ve been up to and they say a picture is worth a thousand words.  ___________________________________________________________________________________  

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