Steps Theatre turns 20!
STEPS Theatre’s Artistic Director Slava Stepnov and Special Events committee:
Clara Aich, Roman Freud, Yulia Florinskaya-Freud and Lana Harrison would like to cordially invite you on March 16th, 7:00 PM to join us for our annual fundraising party.
Party will be held at Clara Aich Studio, 218 East 25th Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenue)
New York, NY 10010.
Join us for a magical evening of art, food, drinks, music and performance, among other artistic surprises! This event will be taking place in the unique and beautiful atmosphere of the Clara Aich Studio.
The entrance fee is $45
Please, R.S.V.P before March 12th at 347-419-9191 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The STEPS Theatre has this year reached its 20th anniversary. It was founded in 1997 by director Slava Stepnov. The casts of STEPS Theatre's shows include actors from USA, Israel, Peru, Serbia, France, Germany, Ukraine, New Zealand, Ecuador, Argentina, Italy, Norway and Russia. STEPS Theatre is performing in English, Spanish and Russian.
STEPS Theatre's works were critically acclaimed by Daily News, The Village Voice, OOBR Review Magazine, The Jewish Week, Show Business Weekly, Noticias Del Mundo, El Comercio, Novoe Russkoe Slovo, Metro, Forward, Dominion Post.
Thanks to your contribution and support last season, Steps Theatre is proud of our production of Vasily+Federico, and the English version of Ask Joseph.
After successful premiere in Brooklyn, we took Vasily+Federico on the road, with tours in Philadelphia, Fair Lawn, Boston, Moscow, Ulyanovsk and Montreal. Vasily+Federico is the recipient of the Best Director Award, at the 21st International Theatre Festival Russian Classic-2016. Ask Joseph, an original play by Slava Stepnov and Roman Freud was published in the Russian anthology "Modern Drama." The English version of Ask Joseph is currently being performed in Manhattan, at the Goddard Riverside Center.
The funds raised at this event are going to be used toward the productions of 2017/18 season: theatrical adaptation of the great Franz Kafkas’ novel Amerika (The Man Who Disappeared)
STEPS Theatre relies on your generous donations to make our season successful and creative!
We would greatly appreciate any possible donation you would make.
STEPS Theatre is a nonprofit, tax exempt 501 © (3) organization. Your donation is fully tax-deductible.
If you would like to make your donation now, or find out more details about our theatre, please use the following link: www.stepstheatre.com
Share in the pride of supporting a vital and unique theatrical voice!
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