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Equality Parade: Thursday, May 8 at 5:30PM

VISIBILITY ~ ADVOCACY ~ EQUALITY March in the Second Annual Women Stage the World Equality Parade Thursday, May 8th Arrival: 5:30 pm, (tunnel at Circle in the Square 50-51st, Bway-8th Ave) Dress: in the costume of a famous theatre woman or in white, purple or black. RAIN OR SHINE Sign in: Suffrage-style sashes will be […]

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Networking Monday: May 12 at 6PM

SAVE THE DATE Upcoming LPTW Networking Monday Event Monday, May 12, 2014, 6PM-8PM “Theatre and Other Careers:  Harness The Power of Theatre in Other Careers” Panelists: Stephanie Klapper, Stephanie Klapper Casting Mahayana Landowne, Theatre Director Dorothy Leeds, President of Organizational Technologies Inc. and Theatre for Learning Lisa Tracy Taber, Exec|Comm, Faculty Manager, Client Actor Coordinator […]

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ONE-NIGHT ONLY A Gift from Dael to Benefit LPTW: May 6, 2014

ONE-NIGHT ONLY to Benefit LPTW FOREVER written and performed by Dael Orlandersmith Directed by Neel Keller MAY 6, 2014 at HERE Tickets are $30. All proceeds to benefit the LPTW. Click Here to Purchase Tickets. Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie, Guggenheim and PEN Award-winning playwright and performer Dael Orlandersmith will perform a Staged Reading of her newest CTG-commissioned […]

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Equal Pay Day: April 8, 2014

EQUAL PAY COALITION NYC EQUAL PAY DAY - APRIL 8, 2014 - ACTION ALERT Call for action to close the wage gap now! Join advocates across NYS! NYC Rally with NYC Council Speaker at 12 Noon!  APRIL 8 - NATIONAL EQUAL PAY DAY - is the day in 2014 when women’s salaries catch up to men’s earnings from 2013. That’s […]

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World Theatre Day: March 27, 2014

The League of Professional Theatre Women encourages all who love and appreciate live theatre to celebrate World Theatre Day 2014! World Theatre Day was created in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute (ITI). It is celebrated annually on the 27th March. Each year, a message is written by a theatre luminary. Past messages have been […]

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