A Community Bulletin Board for the Performing Arts at Lehman College
If you’re a Lehman student, alum, faculty/staff member or just a friend (old or new) – let us know what you’re up to – shows, auditions, major or minor triumphs etc. – and we’ll get the word out for you.
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Premiering this summer at The Peter Jay Sharp Theater, The Zombies: A Musical features three of our very own Lehman students and alumni! Phillip Akogu ’13, Emily Holland ’15, and Christina Pagan ’06 are featured in this apocalyptic musical, conceived and directed by Max Resto. The production opens on June 12 and consists of twenty-eight performances running through July 13. BREAK A LEG!
Vincent DiGeronimo ’14 performed a reading of Tink! - a new musical featured in Broadway’s Future Songbook Series. The musical featured music by Kevin M. Cotter along with book and lyrics by Diane Uniman. Performances took place on February 24, 2014 at 6pm, in the Bruno Walter Auditorium, located at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. Check him out!
Broadway’s Future Songbook Series
Father Forgive Me For I Have Sinned by José Roldan Jr. ’05 has been awarded a 2013 HOLA award for Outstanding Solo Performance.
Father Forgive Me For I Have Sinned, is an auto-biographical coming of age story written and performed by José, of a young Latino boy, who grew up in the South Bronx of New York City in the 80′s/90′s. He shows us just how he tries to identify himself in a world of stereotypes. He introduces you to the most memorable members of his family, from the freestyle queen of the Bronx to his Bruja Tia who has discovered the secret in keeping a man. Jose takes you from the mean streets of the Bronx and the living room of his family’s apartment to moments of his self-acceptance.
The piece was directed by Dante Albertie and was developed in the Solo Performance Workshop class here at Lehman.
The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA) is an arts service/advocacy organization dedicated to expanding the presence of Hispanic artists in entertainment and media through the cultivation, education and recognition of emerging artists. HOLA strives for an accurate, informed and non-stereotyped portrayal of the full spectrum of Latino culture and heritage in the entertainment and media industries.
2013 HOLA Awards for Excellence in Theater
Jamali Corniel won a BRIO Award from the Bronx Council on the Arts for her solo performance piece: A Man With a Hat and a Tan.The piece was presented as part of the First Annual Bronx Solo Performance Festival presented by The Bronx Repertory Company and directed by Dante Albertie.
BRIO is acronym for “Bronx Recognizes Its Own”. Since 1989, BRIO has continued to provide financial support and recognition to Bronx artists creating works in the literary, media, performing and visual arts. BRIO provides 25 artists with $3,000 each awarded through a competitive peer panel process. Congrats Jamali!