with Amanda Feldman and Tamilla Woodard
Monday March 21, 2016
On Monday March 21, 2016, SDCF will host a special Roundtable discussion on Self Producing with producer Amanda Feldman and director Tamilla Woodard.
To RSVP please email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday March 17. Seating is limited.
Amanda Feldman is a theatrical producer, manager, and advocate. Recent shows include: O, Earth (The Foundry Theatre), Abyss (PlayCo), A Delicate Ship (Playwrights Realm), David Greenspan’s I’m Looking for Helen Twelvetrees (Abrons), Powwow Highway (Amerinda), The Foundry Theatre’s Good Person of Szechwan (The Public), The Capables (The Gym at Judson), Bureau of Missing Persons (The 4th St Theatre), and Desiree Burch’s Tar Baby (DR2 Theatre). She led CollaborationTown as their Managing Director from 2003 – 2006 and again from 2011 – 2014 producing many of their shows including Family Play (1979 To Present), The Deepest Play Ever, The Play About My Dad. From 2006 -2011, she was the General Manager of the Lark Play Development Center. Prior to Lark she worked with various non-profit and commercial theatre companies. She is the Program Director for History Matters/Back to the Future. She is a Co-Founder and Producer with Neighborhood Productions. She was the Lead Coordinator with the NYC World Theatre Day Coalition, where she curated The Around-the-Globe Chain Play and she is a Judge-at-Large for the NY Innovative Theater Awards, a Women’s Project Lab Alum and a member of the League of Independent Theatres.
Tamilla Woodard is a theatre director who works both nationally and internationally. She is co-founder of PopUp Theatrics, a partnership creating site impacting theatrical events around the world and in collaboration with international theatre artists. Currently, she is serving as the Artistic Director of The Five Boroughs/One City Project, a multi year initiative of The Working Theater. The project will support the commissioning and development of 5 Playwright/Director teams working in collaborations and creating theatrical works in response to working class communities in all 5 boroughs. She is a current Time Warner Directing Fellow at the Women’s Project Theater Lab, a Usual Suspect at New York Theatre Workshop, alumnus of The Lincoln Center Directors Lab and artistic affiliate with New Georges. She graduated from The Yale School of Drama’s Acting program and is the recipient of The Charles Bowden Award from New Dramatists and The Josephine Abady Award from The League of Professional Theatre Women.