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We have a spotlight on social-injustices. We take on themes such as gay rights, violence towards women, drug abuse, worker rights, hunger, spousal abuse, political challenges, family love, romantic love, etc. With our productions, we are commited to raising pivotal questions and starting a dialogue amongst audiences.

With each production, a significant percentage of our box office proceeds are donated to a Human Rights Organization that coincides with the subject-matter of the show. Our production of William Shakespeare's TAMING OF THE SHREW raised funds for Paradigm Shift. Our production of Robert Anderson's TEA AND SYMPATHY raised funds for The Trevor Project. Our Fall of 2012 production of WAITING FOR LEFTY and raised funds for The League of Women Voters of New York City. Our production of William Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT raised funds for the organization, Freedom to Marry. Most recently, our production of DEATHBED by Mark Schultz raised awareness and funds for The Gilda's Club of NYC.

Our STAGED-READINGS are FREE to the PUBLIC and raise awareness for an advocacy organization that correlates with the theme of the production.


Ripple Effect Artists Inc. is dedicated to mounting cutting-edge theatrical productions of masterfully-written published works which ask bold questions and provoke dialogue. These productions, our education that empowers students, and our game-changing philanthropy boldly dare to move our audiences from APATHY to ACTION, creating a RIPPLE EFFECT in the larger community and world.

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"I wanted to thank you again for a wonderful seminar. Your knowledge was only exceeded by your sharing and caring.The information you gave is invaluable."

-Joyce Korbin (AFTRA Seminar Coordinator)

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Book a Corporate or Educational workshop from any of the options below. With these seminars, we are committed to ceating a Ripple Effect in the areas of Theare Education, Entreprenuersip, and Leadership.

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We are currently booking for the Summer and Fall College Tour. For booking details and pricing, please visit "donate and contact."

Board of Directors

Jessica Jennings (President) -Fundraising Specialist, Actress. Ripple Effect Artists, American Theater of Actors.

Jessie Fahay (Vice President)-Author, Producer, Actress, Business Development. Ripple Effect Artists, Next Level Practice, Education and Financial Aid Services.

Cindy Fahay (Secretary/Treasurer)- Marketing Professional. McGraw Hill.

Advisory Board Members

Matt Blank- Editor, Photographer.

Michael Fahay- Photographer. Maine Audubon Society.


Jessie Fahay (Executive Director)

Jessica Jennings (Development Director)

Glenn Last (Human Resources Manager)

Natalie Craig (Graphic Design)

Hope Cochran (Education Outreach)


Ensemble Director-Edward Stanley

Ensemble Coordinator- Kyle Sallee

Nicole Allen

Nick Demarco

Joseph Ebenshade

Jessie Fahay

Melinda Grace

Jessica Jennings

Shayna Lawson

Thomas Leverton

Peter Mele

Terrence Montgomery

Erin Nelson

Meytal Nevarro

Beth Newberry

Valerie O'Hara

Nowani Rattray

Robert Shryock

Chris Spurrier

James C. Stewart

Kate Tenetko

Jeremy Weber

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