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“Enlightenment is always there. Small enlightenment will bring great enlightenment. If you breathe in and are aware that you are alive – that you can touch the miracle of being alive – then that is a kind of enlightenment.”
- Thich Nhat Hanh

 

 

Organizations

 Actors Equity Association (aea) 212-869-3580 www.actorsequity.org

 All About Jewish Theatre www.jewish-theatre.com

 Americans for the Arts 212-244-6667 www.artsusa.org

 Art Workshop International www.artworkshopintl.com/  Arts Workshop International Blog

 Arts wire 212-366-6900 www.artswire.org

 Asian American Arts Alliance 212-941-9208 www.aaartsalliance.org

Soul American Actor ATC Studios (Action Theatre Conservatory) / The Conservatory Players

 Brooklyn Council on the Arts 718-931-9500 www.bronxarts.org

 Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island 718-447-3329 www.statenislandarts.org

 National Endowment for the Arts 202-682-5400 http://arts.gov

 National Endowment for the Humanities 202-606-8400 www.neh.gov

 New York Foundation for the Arts 212-366-6900 www.nyfa.org

 New York State Council on the Arts 212-387-7049 www.nysca.org

 Non-Profit Coordinating Committee 212-502-4191 www.npccny.org

 PEN/American Center 212-334-1660 www.pen.org

 Rockefeller Foundation-Multi-Arts Production Fund 212-869-8500 www.rockfound.org

 SAG-AFTRA 212-944-1030 www.sagaftra.org

 The Foundation Center 212-620-4230 www.foundationcenter.org

 Theatre Communications Group - ArtSEARCH 212-697-5230 www.tcg.org

 Theatre Development Fund 212-221-0013 www.tdf.org


"It is a law of life that man cannot live for himself alone. Extreme individualism is insanity. The world's problems are also our personal problems. Health is achieved through maintaining our personal truth in a balanced relation of love to the rest of the world. No expression is more emblematic of this relation than the creative act which we call art. No art by its very constitution typifies the social nature of that creative act more than the theatre. The theatre, to be fully understood and appreciated, must be seen as a manifestation of this process of interchange between society and the individual. It must be judged as a continuous development of groups of individuals within society, a development which becomes richer, acquires greater force and value as it grows with the society in which it originates. Only in this way can the theatre nourish us.  - Harold Clurman

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