Saturday June 25th at 3pm & 6pm!
Join me for the the 11th season of APAC's annual Senior Stars Program
and our musical variety show salute to the 1950's!
$12 Sr & Student
15$ Gen admission
5$ kids (under 5)
Good Shepard United Methodist Church
30-44 Crescent Street at 30th rd in Astoria
The Redhead Project Featuring Katharine Pettit Photos By Keith Barraclough
Seniors Salute Their Golden Age! (And Broadway’s…)
Saturday, June 20th 3pm & 6pm!
Come see Queens’ most talented Seniors as they take the stage in APAC’s annual Senior Stars program! Our cast and crew have been working to make this program the best yet! These hardworking Seniors deserve a full house!
Email for your tickets today!
I Could Never Love Anyone Benefit
891 Amsterdam Ave.,
New York City, NY
7:30 pm Doors Open
8:15 pm Sneak Peek Performance of ICNLA
Join us for a very special evening to raise awareness and fight addiction's hold on our loved ones!
Katharine Pettit is the Choreographer who conceived of "I Could Never Love Anyone..." after a decade plus of enabling her sister. She realized she was not alone in this trial and that many across the country and around the world face the same battles every day. She'd like to ignite a conversation that will force change and create better resources for addicts and their loved ones! Through the power of movement and the courage of sharing her story so that others may know they're not alone, Katharine believes this dance theater piece will be the origin of a new view on addiction and that we, as a society, can change our approach to treatment and recovery!
Let's remove the stigma from this conversation! Speak up and lives will be saved!
Katie Pettit, Assist. Director/Choreographer in "Merrily We Roll Along"
Katie Pettit is currently working on "Merrily We Roll Along" at Astoria Performing Arts Center as the Assistant Director/Choreographer.
What if you could move backwards through time and see how your choices charted your path to the present moment? With an exciting score, humor, idealism, and insight, Merrily We Roll Along starts at the end and ends at the beginning. We see snapshots of twenty years in the lives of Franklin Shepard and his close friends and ponder the show’s central question: “How did you get to be here?”
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
Based on the original play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Astoria Performing Arts Center Astoria, NY
April 30th – May 23rd
Website & Ticket Info: http://www.apacny.org/shows-and-events/current-season-20142015/merrily-we-roll-along/
Katie Pettit performing in "Rhythm in Motion"
Rhythm in Motion returns to the Theater at the 14th Street Y with two fresh and innovative tap dance programs premieringWednesday, April 22 and running through Sunday, April 26. Rhythm in Motion features SIX performances over five days, showcasing the rich diversity of contemporary tap dance with a combination of young and emerging talent as well as premier choreographers in the field.
Katie Pettit will be performing in Rhythm in Motion - Program A:
Derick K. Grant's piece.
Performance Nights for Program A:
Wednesday, April 22 (8pm)
Thursday, April 23 (8pm)
Friday, April 24 (8pm)
Website & Ticket Info: http://www.atdf.org/RIM2015Info.html
Katharine Pettit featured in Peridance Faculty Showcase
Peridance Faculty Showcase
Katharine Pettit & Tessa Fairey in "Vaudeville Remix"
Choreography by Katharine Pettit
Saturday February 7th 8:00 PM
Sunday February 8th 4:00 PM
Preview Performance at the NY Theater Barn Choreography Lab
Tues January 20th Chelsea Studios 5:30 PM
TRU Voices Musicals Series will feature Pumped the Musical
To fulfill her late mother's dreams, Gloria, a fashion-challenged MBA grad, must succeed in the shoe salon of a renowned NYC retailer. When the store is threatened by a cutthroat private equity firm, Gloria, helped by a trio of talking pumps, must take a risk, find her passion, and above all, be true to her shoes.
Directed by Katharine Pettit with music direction by Ian Weinberger, the reading will feature the talents of Darren Bluestone (Avenue Q), Autumn Hurlbert (It's Only Kickball, Stupid; Legally Blonde), Rob Maitner (Assymetric), Sue Mathys (Deathtrap, Irresistible: Edith Piaf),and A.J. Shively (Bright Star; La Cage aux Folles) with Lindsay Aster, Brennan Caldwell, Hannah Rose DeFlumeri, Tessa Faye, Damon Gravina, MJ Rodriguez, and Andromeda Turre (Sleep No More).
Presented by Marla Woodhill (Disenchanted!), with book by JD Jacobson and Nicole Jacobson and music and lyrics by Kyle Ewalt and Michael Ian Walker (creators of Bromance: The Dudesical and The Dramatists Guild's Behind The Music-al)
For more information:
Like on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pumpedthemusical
As seen in BroadwayWorld.com! November 19th
Angel in My Heart, a musical romance about love, loss (and shopping) in the pre-cocktail era of AIDS, has book, music & lyrics by Bob Ost, with additional music by Kenn Schmidt. A young widowed writer is bewildered to find himself relentlessly pursued by a handsome co-worker. Neither realizes that it is the writer's deceased lover who is touching both of their hearts. A chamber musical for 4 voices, piano, cello and flute, Angel in My Heart was a selection of this year's Fresh Fruit Festival. The show was developed with the support of theAnna Sosenko Assist Trust and The Workshop Theatre. Directed by Katharine Pettit and with music direction by Ted Arthur, the 4 member cast will feature Matthew Coyle, Adam Kemmerer, Aaron Riesebeck and Micah Spayer. ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
I COULD NEVER LOVE ANYONE... October 19
"I could never love anyone..." is the story of three sisters and their battle with addiction. Blood binds them, but as the trial of one sister facing alcoholism and bulimia rages within her, all three are affected throughout. A journey of heartbreak and betrayal lead to each questioning her path in life. Will their love be strong enough to win the battle for their sister's life, and in turn, their own?
Choreography Lab Tuesday, July 22
The July installment of New York Theatre Barn's Choreography Lab will take place on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 6pm at ART/NY's Spaces @ 520.
In this month's lab, four choreographers will be setting four separate versions of the production number "Let's Take a Wrong Turn" from Joel B. New's musical To Hell and Back. Attendees will witness how each choreographer conceptualizes the piece, and will be able to compare and discuss similarities and differences in movement vocabularies, storytelling devices, and tone. Composer Joel B. New will be present for this exciting and innovative event. This month's installment is not to be missed. Participating choreographers are Avital Asuleen, Nicole Davey, Lisa Kuhnen, and Katharine Pettit.
ART/NY's Spaces @ 520 are located are located at 520 8th Ave., 3rd Floor, Studio B. Doors will open at 6pm and the event will begin at 6:15pm. This event is free, but kindly RSVP to Avital Asuleen at: ChoreoLab@NYTheatreBarn.org. For more information, visit www.nytheatrebarn.org.