"The show as a whole was honestly fantastic! The whole of the cast knew how to deliver Shakespeare in a fluid, believable manner. On top of that, every performance is delivered with a decided style and flair that truly speaks of the talent at hand. There is also a very clear and positive message of acceptance and equality in Ripple Effect's interpretation that avoids being heavy handed."-Joseph Conway. Outerstage.
"The performers delve into the piece wholeheartedly, while telling the story in the most compelling way." Jacqueline Paladino, Reviewer.
We have a spotlight on social-injustces. 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.
Our readings are FREE to the PUBLIC and raised awareness for an advocacy organization that correlates with the theme of the production.
Quote from Director- How do we in America deal with the aging population, even more pressing now that the Baby Boomer generation is passing into their 60's as we speak? What in our culture makes us shy away from those who are in their twilight years, perhaps ill or mentally unstable, instead of working toward bettering our system to help support them?
All readings feature the Ripple Effect Ensemble, are FREE to the public, and are at our event space: Ripple Effect Artists @The Center for Social Innovation. 601 w. 26th st, ste 325. New York, NY 10010.Reservations STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. To reserve, email email@example.com with "Beauty Queen" in the subect line.
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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.
"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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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. Playbill.com.
Michael Fahay- Photographer. Maine Audubon Society.
Jessie Fahay (Executive Director)-firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Jennings (Development Director)-email@example.com
Glenn Last (Human Resources Manager)-firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Craig (Graphic Design)-email@example.com
Hope Cochran (Education Outreach)-firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensemble Director-Edward Stanley
Ensemble Coordinator- Kyle Sallee
James C. Stewart