Please note that in each of our shows, the actors will be different, as will the material.
May 16th (7.30 pm) Katie Spallone and Masa Gibson's class
May 17th (8.00 pm) Eliza VanCort and Chris Teitelbaum's class
Our Fall 2014 semester will begin the week of September 8.
Whether you're ready to register, or just curious about what we do, feel free to call us any time.
We look forward to talking with you!
If you are a new student and would like to register for our Summer 2014 semester, please download our Pre-Registration form (located under the CLASSES tab) and send it in. We will contact you as soon as we get it. Or, if you'd prefer to talk with a human, call us anytime at 607.339.9999.
Our Summer 2014 semester will begin the week of May 18.
Call before May 1st and receive a substantial discount on classes.
Love, Loss and What I Wore is sold out. We anticipate there will be tickets available at the door. Come early and get on the wait-list. Cash or check only please.
Thanks so much to our community for supporting AWI's efforts to raise money for a worthy cause: The Advocacy Center of Tompkins County.
It's going to be a great night!
LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE
WHAT: A performance of Nora and Delia Ephron's Off-Broadway smash hit, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, performed one night only by five fiercely talented artists from our community. The same dynamic cast that wowed our audiences in February of 2013 is back for a second time. Join Holly Adams, Michelle Courtney Berry, Becky Lane, Kristin Sad and Erica Steinhagen as they take the stage at The Hangar once again to give voice to the characters in the play.
FOR WHOM: This one night only event is a benefit for The Advocacy Center in Ithaca, NY
WHEN: March 1st, 2014
WHERE: The Hangar Theater
TICKETS: Click this link to purchase tickets
CORPORATE SPONSOR: Madeline's
CO-SPONSORS: Nail Candy, Agava, and avanti
This show is written by a woman from real women's stories, will be performed and directed by women, and is a benefit for the women, men, and children in our community. What we love about Love, Loss, and What I Wore is that it uses humor, warmth and sometimes sadness to illustrate the wide and varied experiences women have as we travel through our wonderful and complicated journeys. The play is a series of funny, touching, sometimes sad monologues, and a bit of dialogue, about real women's lives. The stories were compiled and written by the late Nora Ephron. We hope you'll bring your sister, your girfriend, your mom, your wife, your partner, your daughter and your friend to this very special event.
A cash bar will open pre-show at 7:15 and savories and sweets will be served post show courtesy of AGAVA Restaurant.
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTION: Will men like this show? YES! Bring your husband, your brother, your best friend! This show is a show for women. . . AND the men who love them!