Marble House Project offers Tuesday events thru summer
DORSET>> The Marble House Project will be hosting readings by Nicole Kempskie and Lisa Fliegel on Tuesday, May 10, part of "Art Seed," a summer-long program which will run until early October and feature weekly events every Tuesday, and start at 6 p.m. The Marble House is located on Dorset West Road.
Nicole Kempskie is a multidisciplinary writer, theater artist, librettist and lyricist. As a librettist and lyricist, she has explored her passion for writing about complex and interesting women of all ages with her musicals The Order of Things (Eugene O'Neill NMTC Semi-finalist), Mother of the Year (The York), It's About Time (The Duplex; Off-Broadway Alliance Mentorship Project), and Helen on 86th St.; all with composer Robby Stamper.
Lisa Fliegel is a writer and International Trauma Specialist, who served as a journalist covering the Middle East Peace Process.Lisa's award-winning non-fiction has appeared in The Times of London, The Jerusalem Post Magazine, Response, Midstream, ARC, and The Tel-Aviv Review, among other journals. Her academic publications include New Directions in Youth Development, and The American Journal of Art Therapy. Lisa has her undergraduate degree in Hebrew Literature from the Tel-Aviv Teacher's Seminary; and her writing is richly informed by a bi-lingual, multi-cultural perspective.
For more information, contact Sarah Walko, Director of Arts Programming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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