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Krystal Henninger ’15 to Release Instrumental EP ‘Gift of the Night Flurries’
December 13, 2021

Stage Management alumna Krystle Henninger '15 collaborated with Indorican Multicultural Dance Project for the upcoming release of her instrumental EP, Gift of the Night Flurries.

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Several Columbia Theatre Artists Featured on the Crew for 'Is There Still Sex In The City?'
December 8, 2021

Joel Glassman was most recently the company manager of Martin McDonagh's Hangmen on Broadway and the live-capture of the Lyons and Pakchar musical BEAU.

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The Prince Fellowship Partners with The Theatre Leadership Project to Create New Producing Fellowship
May 4, 2021

Upon founding the fellowship in 2005, Prince said, "For a number of years now, I have had interviews with extraordinary young people who want careers as creative producers.

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Stars Behind the Stars: Jessica Emmanus ’19
April 30, 2021

Did you ever perform?   JE: I briefly acted in high school, mostly because I wanted to stay involved [in theatre].

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Stars Behind the Stars: Janelle Caso ’17
April 2, 2021

Tell me about your time working in Philadelphia.

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'Lego Harry Potter and the Transgender Witch' by Stage Management Student Kait Mahoney
February 9, 2021

New episodes for LEGO Harry Potter And The Transgender Witch premiere every Monday night on Theatre Battery's Youtube channel.

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Stars Behind the Stars: Lila Mullins
January 14, 2021

Tell me about your first time in Theatre.

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Student Kait Mahoney Manages Youtube Festival ‘Theatre Battery Tries To YouTube’
January 13, 2021

“We asked members of the production to take a COVID-19 test and then come to work for socially distanced filming,” Mahoney shared.

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Students Produce Theater Benefit ‘On Teeth And Longing’
December 15, 2020

On Teeth And Longing is written by Sophia Chapadjiev and Allison Leyton-Brownthis.

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Stars Behind the Stars: Bonnie Panson
November 17, 2020

Later in higher, I was in a long standing New York City tradition called SING!.

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