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New York Stage and Film Announces 2024 Summer Season




We are shedding a light on Liz Carlson, Artistic Director at New York Stage and Film. We talk about their 2024 Season, their partnership with Marist College, and the recent climate surrounding stage and film following the pandemic along with the writers’ and actors' strikes from last year.

New York Stage and Film’s 2024 Summer Season has another great line-up, including

  • Actor, Director, and Singer/Songwriter Jim Dale (Barnum, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Pete's Dragon, and the Carry On series)
  • Actress and Comedian Margaret Cho (Notorious C.H.O., Margaret Cho: Psycho, and Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution)
  • Comedian and Writer Amber Ruffin (Late Night with Seth Myers, Central Park, and You're Not a Monster)
  • American Folk Rock Band Delta Rae ("Bottom of the River," "I Will Never Die," and "Run")
  • Actress Jessica Hecht (Friends, Breaking Bad, and The Boys)
  • And Many More!

Full details here:

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New York Stage and Film (NYSAF) is a not-for-profit company dedicated to both emerging and established artists in the development and production of theater and film by creating community, supporting process, and uplifting original artistic voicesSince 1985, they’ve been a vital incubator for artists and their work, a catalyst for stories that start with them and continue across the country and around the world.

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Through this work, NYSAF has established itself as a vital cultural institution for residents of the Hudson Valley and the New York metropolitan region. The New York Times calls the company a “formidable breeding ground for new work,” and dozens of notable works trace their developmental roots to NYSAF, including the Tony Award winners HAMILTONHADESTOWNSIDE MAN and THE HUMANS; Broadway productions such as AMERICAN IDIOTJUNK, and BRIGHT STAR; and Pulitzer winners and finalists such as DOUBTTHE WOLVES and Taylor Mac’s A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC.

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