Founding artistic director of Local Theater Company

To Be or Not to Be: How Will the Performing Arts Survive the Pandemic?

A “Lunch and Learn” with Pesha Rudnick

Presented by ACE at the Boulder JCC
Tuesday, September 15th, 12-1:00 PM

To Be or Not to Be? That is the question for America’s performing arts organizations during this pandemic! What is the current status of American theater and how is it adapting in order to survive COVID-19?

Join Pesha Rudnick, the founding artistic director of Local Theater Company in Boulder, as she describes how it’s anything but “business as usual” for the performing arts these days.

Under Pesha’s leadership, the LTC is pursuing its mission to discover and develop new American plays. Over the span of her career, Pesha has directed over thirty new works, including the world premiere of O.P.C. by Eve Ensler at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University. In 2019, Local Theater Company was named “Best Theater Company in Colorado” by the editors of 5280 Magazine.

She will also be speaking about her upcoming program, Living Room Local.
Registration is required and the cost for this program is $10 per household. (The Zoom link will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the program’s start time. The link is for one-time use and is not shareable).

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