"The Art of Science"
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Mark your calendar for our next event:
"Art of Science" Reading Series
And Its Discontents"
By Robert Marc Friedman
Directed by Gerald vanHeerden
CUNY Grad Center
Fifth Avenue at 34th Street
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 - 6:30pm
The Unity Center of New York City
213 West 58th Street (between 7th
April 20, 2015 - 6:30pm
BREAK A LEG PRODUCTIONS is the proud recipient
of a 2014 $5,000 grant from the JARVIS AND CONSTANCE DOCTOROW FOUNDATION.
We have been grantees
of the foundation since 2012 and have received a total of $10,000.
Here's what they're saying about us:
are delighted to inform you that your 2014 Grant Application to the Jarvis & Constance Doctorow
Family Foundation at the Community Foundation of Utah has been approved in the amount of $5,000. DFF is
so pleased to be able to contribute to the good work that you do. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be a
part of your vision.”
THE BAL WORLD PREMIERE
by David C.Cassidy at the 2014 Midtown International Theater Festival was a SOLD OUT HIT!
to Break A Leg Productions' Miller Lide, who won "Best Supporting Actor" at the Midtown International Theatre
Festival awards for his role as Otto Hahn in "Farm Hall" by David C. Cassidy, Directed by Gerald vanHeerden!
of the world premiere of
by David C. Cassidy
at the Midtown International
Check out Farm Hall mentioned in the NY Times: Click HERE
what they're saying about Farm Hall:
"My thanks everyone at Break A Leg for all of the
hard work. It really paid off. An outstanding show. Everyone I talked to loved it. I'm so glad for Break A
- David &
"I was very impressed by the quality of the Farm Hall performance. The acting was first
rate, as was the play itself."
- Ben Bederson, Professor Emeritus, NYU
"Congrats to all! Great night had... You pulled off an ambitious and engaging piece of theatre. Story and acting were both
quite gripping... Will Spread the word!"
- Thomas Campbell Jackson