Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Thanks for Supporting 'The Emerging American Artist's Fund'!

  Thanks to everybody for your very generous contributions to The Emerging American Artist's Fund which benefits exclusively the continued development of emerging American playwright Susan Kathryn Hefti's work as a theater artistYour unwavering support is an essential ingredient in the play development process!

And it is thanks to generous individuals and foundations like you that the arts in America continue to flourish: Your generous contributions help provide the time to write & develop plays, and your continued support remains a meaningful part of that process.

Thanks to the non-profit arts service organization Fractured Atlas, all donations to The Emerging American Artist's Fund are fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law and can be conveniently made online by simply clicking on this link.

Every gift, no matter the amount, helps to support the continued development of this emerging American theater artist's work. And we are so very grateful to you all for your continued generosity and enthusiastic encouragement!

The Emerging American Artist's Fund is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of The Emerging American Artist's Fund must be made payable to 'Fractured Atlas' and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

To read more about the works of emerging American playwright Susan Kathryn Hefti, please visit her online bio by simply clicking on this link.

Thank you all again for your continued loyalty and very generous support! 

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Susan Kathryn Hefti's AMERICAN DAMES is Huge Hit at Stella Adler Studio's Play Reading Festival!

Thanks to everyone who came out to hear the first-ever public reading of Susan Kathryn Hefti's AMERICAN DAMES, or...Waiting for Dolley in the 2012 Harold Clurman Playwrights Division's New Play Reading Festival at the Stella Adler Studio this past Wednesday, April 11th!

The evening was a huge success: We had a smashing turn-out and everybody was so pumped, the energy in the room was truly electric!

As we continue to move forward in the play development process, we’ll be sure to keep you posted on the progress of AMERICAN DAMES, or…Waiting for Dolley - the 2011-2012 Harold Clurman Playwright-in-Residence Competition Finalist - written by Susan Kathryn Hefti.

Thanks again for coming to hear the Stella Adler Studio and the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company's reading of Susan Kathryn Hefti's AMERICAN DAMES, or...Waiting for Dolley! We hope to see you again soon! 

Waiting for…
American Patriot and First Lady of the United States
Dolley Madison, circa 1815-17