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Join us for the final performance of plays written by students at Pathways2Apprenticeship completing the TheaterWorks! program.
TheaterWorks! teaches playwriting and performance to working people. In this 8-week class, students write and rehearse short theatrical pieces based on their work experiences, and perform them at an off-Broadway venue with professional actors and directors.
Joe White (Program Director) graduated Cum Laude from The University Of Rhode Island with a BA in English and a BFA in Theatre. He has been an active member of the theatre community in New York City for 38 years, performing in off-Broadway theatres, including So-Ho Rep, The Public Theatre, West Side Arts Theatre and Ensemble Studio Theatre. He has performed at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival, toured India and acted in Regional Theatre. Joe’s film and television acting credits include Goodfellas directed by Martin Scorcese, and numerous episodes of TV’s Law and Order and Blue Bloods. As a director, Joe has worked at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Lincoln Center Institute and The Williamstown Theatre Festival, to name a few. He is an Acting Coach at Fordham Law School and teaches playwriting for The Working Theater. He is a Teaching Artist for Manhattan Theatre Club and Theatre Development Fund. Joe has spent many years volunteering for The 52nd St Project (a program which brings theatre professionals together with the underserved children in Hell’s Kitchen). Joe is a member of Actors & Writers, a theatre company in the Catskill Mountains of New York, where he maintains a home.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation New York Theater Program in partnership with the Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, The Howard Gilman Foundation, The One World Fund, The New York Community Trust, The Shubert Foundation, Alan and Elaine Weiler, in memory of Mark Plesent, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, Public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, with special thanks to Queens Council Member Rory Lancman.
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