Theatre Night at Lankershim Arts Center Provides Kick-off
Women In Theatre (WIT) invites the public to its first ever Theatre Night, Monday March 23, at the Lankershim Arts Center, located at 5109 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood. Several theatres from greater LA will have professionals on hand to provide information on their programs, classes, productions and opportunities for performance from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Admission is $10 which may applied to WIT membership. For additional information about the organization and its program, visit www.womeintheatre.com or call the WIT Hotline (818) 763-5222.
Women in Theatre (WIT) seeks nominations for individuals (men and women) and/or organizations, groups and theatres who have demonstrated extensive support and involvement in the live theatrical arts throughout greater Los Angeles. This applies administratively, creatively, educationally, promotionally and philanthropically in service to a wide range of the live performing arts from acting to administration, comedy to construction, dance to design, puppetry to poetry and more. A secondary consideration (not required, but a plus) is demonstrated support for increasing the opportunities for women in the live performing arts. The 2009 Red Carpet Awards Luncheon will be held Saturday, October 17, at The Castaway in Burbank.
Nominations must be in written form and postmarked by June 1, 2009 and mailed to: Women in Theatre, Red Carpet Awards, 11684 Ventura Blvd. #444, Studio City, CA 91604.
Nomination submissions should include: 1) Contact information for the nominee and the nominator, 2) A letter or statement of reasons for the nomination, and 3) Other supporting materials such as resume, backgrounder, press releases, clippings, and testimonials that add support to the nomination.
Consider nominating those that have entertained, served, inspired, and educated.
WIT is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established in 1978. For additional information about Women in Theatre and the Red Carpet Awards, view the organization’s website-www.womenintheatre.com or call the WIT Hotline (818) 763-5222.