VOLUME 001 THE eNEWSLETTER OF ALL STARS PROJECT INC.
 
 March 18, 2004
  1. Bring It On! All Stars moves to 42nd Street and launches Theatre for the Whole City
  2. Report from Pamela A. Lewis, the All Stars’ Director of Youth Programs
  3. Report from Dan Friedman on the All Stars’ newest youth program, Youth Onstage!
  4. Report from Diane Stiles, Managing Director of the Castillo Theatre
  5. Report from Antoine Joyce, Assistant National Producer, All Stars Talent Show Network
  6. All Stars founder, Dr. Lenora Fulani appears on PBS documentary with Dr. Henry Louis Gates
  7. Volunteer Highlights from New York City All Stars
  8. Report from the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area All Stars
  9. Report from Atlanta All Stars
  10. Report from Philadelphia All Stars Talent Show Network
  11. Report from Boston All Stars

Bring It On! All Stars moves to 42nd Street and launches Theatre for the Whole City

What do you get when the All Stars Project (ASP) opens a brand new, $12 million performing arts and education center on 42nd Street in Manhattan? Theatre for the Whole City—a boldly creative and broadly inclusive program of theatre and performance offerings being presented in ASP’s three newly renovated theatres, as...

Report from Pamela A. Lewis, the All Stars’ Director of Youth Programs

The All Stars Project’s performance programs involved record numbers of young people in 2003, not only in New York City, but also in six cities across the country. In the year ahead, while ASP will continue our policy of broad outreach and recruitment of children and teens into our performance programs, we plan a...

Report from Dan Friedman on the All Stars’ newest youth program, Youth Onstage!

The opening of Crown Heights, the first production of the All Stars’ newest program, Youth OnStage!, was an exciting inaugural performance at the All Stars new 42nd Street center!  Led by Dan Friedman, a founder of the Castillo Theatre and long time artistic collaborator of Castillo’s artistic director Fred Newman, Youth OnStage! (YO!) was created to...

Report from Diane Stiles, Managing Director of the Castillo Theatre
“We’re on 42nd Street now, surely a different location from (Castillo’s old home on) Greenwich Street (in Soho),” comments Diane Stiles, Producer of the Castillo Theater.  “New groups of people are being exposed to our work, recognizing the importance of our work and recognizing that there is something new happening culturally in the City.  It’s one thing to...

Report from Antoine Joyce, Assistant National Producer, All Stars Talent Show Network

When asked how the All Stars Talent Show Network (ASTSN) is coming along, Antoine Joyce, the ASTSN’s assistant national producer, replied “Busy!” Since moving to the new All Stars Center on 42nd Street the staff of the Talent Show Network “is being pushed, but we are stepping up to the challenge.”...

All Stars founder, Dr. Lenora Fulani appears on PBS documentary with Dr. Henry Louis Gates

The new PBS/BBC documentary, America Beyond the Color Line with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., aired nationally on Channel 13 at 9:00 p.m. February 3 and 4. In the 4-hour series Dr. Gates, noted African American scholar and Chair of Harvard University's African-American Studies Department, examines the state of Black...

Volunteer Highlights from New York City All Stars

All Stars Project’s new headquarters on 42nd Street is quickly becoming a magnet for the city’s volunteers. Talented Volunteers program director Gail Elberg and her team have increased the number of Introduction to Volunteering sessions to four times a week at the center, while orientation and...

Report from the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area All Stars

The Bay Area All Stars is sponsored by the Bay Area Center for Independent Culture (BACIC), a community-based, independently funded production company, which promotes human development through performance. The Bay Area All Stars has just completed its second year of producing auditions, performance...

Report from Atlanta All Stars

Over the last several years, Atlanta has seen the growth of the Atlanta Independent Theatre (AIT), through its cutting edge, socially engaged theater. The theatre has produced plays and musical play-readings, showcasing the work of playwright Fred Newman with productions Sally and Tom: The American Way, Sessions...

Report from Philadelphia All Stars Talent Show Network
Under the leadership of Production Manager Vision T. Great, the Philadelphia All Stars Talent Show Network (PASTSN) is gearing up for its third year of producing this unique talent show program. The fifth Philly show will take place on May 15th at a middle school in North Philadelphia, a community in which the All Stars Project has been developing relationships and introducing the...

Report from Boston All Stars

You are invited to learn more about the All Stars Talent Show Network (ASTSN), its philosophy and activity, with Pam Lewis, the national producer of the ASTSN and Director of Youth Programs for the All Stars Project, Inc. Pam has been with the All Stars Project in NYC for over 13 years and as national producer has...

 
 
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