2017 News for SAG-AFTRA NYC Actress Chelsea Clark
CLEMENTINE THE ELF AT MACY’S
Clementine the Elf returned to Macy’s Santaland for the 2017 Christmas season. On loan from Halloween Town.
|Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s
Written & directed by
Lawrence F Schwabacher
Chelsea Clark & Daniel Wuerdeman
Friday December 8 & Saturday December 9
@ 6:30 pm
Manhattan Repertory Theater
17-19 west 45th Street 3Floor
(between 6th Ave & 5th Ave)
Ticket price $20.00
THE LIVING ROOM
Cast as lead Emma Quattleman in Charlie Finesilver’s THE LIVING ROOM, directed by Ken Wolf, Co-Founder/Artistic Director at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, 17-19 West 45th St, Third Floor #301. Performances on Friday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m; Saturday, September 23 at 9:00 p.m.; and Sunday, September 24 at 3:00 p.m. Ticket reservations at www.manhattanrep.com; tickets are $20.
A SKETCH OF NEW YORK
A satirical comedy show in the vein of classic New York sketch theater, A Sketch of New York mocks the absurdity of our own lives in the capital of the world. Life, love, work, play, and the realities of city living are skewered as we put on stage the absurdities we all live with, and try to paint a picture of what New York nowadays is really like.
And if we can’t paint a full picture in an hour, we’ll at least give you a sketch.
Performing at the Producer’s Club, 358 W. 44th St., NYC; Friday, August 25 & Saturday, August 26 at 6:00 p.m., Sunday, August 27 at 1 p.m.
You are cordially invited to
Bard @ the Bar
in honor of William Shakespeare and
THE SIMON STUDIO’s 39th Anniversary
Roger Hendricks Simon
Friday, June 30th, 8:00 P.M.
THE PLAYERS CLUB
16 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY
This annual SIMON STUDIO celebration event is an environmental performance collage –
scenes, songs, music and dance from plays by William Shakespeare,
featuring current studio members, alumni & special guests
from The Players Club, film, Broadway and London stage worlds.
“… an impressive group of scenes, using every inch of the expansive room, as well as audience members, as part of the ambiance… a ‘60’s style street theatre environment, (where) audience members wandered in and out and photographers documented the performance. Strict homage was paid to the Bard’s language, with vivid, highly physicalized portrayals by all. Actors of all shapes, sizes and ages were encouraged to share their talents, eschewing the youth-oriented look of many recent Shakespearean productions. Director Roger Hendricks Simon is to be congratulated for his dedication to the inclusion of all types of talented actors, and the large, enthusiastic crowd obviously agreed.”
Off-Off Broadway Review
Admission by donation –
$10.00 suggested for
The John Palmore/Frank DePasquale Scholarship Fund
Please RSVP at 212-841-0204
E-mail us at email@example.com
Shakespeare scenes and monologues will be presented by members of the Simon Studio at the annual Bard at the Bar, at the Players, 16 Gramercy Street, NY (http://www.theplayersnyc.org/) Performance on Friday, June 30, 2017; 8p – 10:30p. Admission by donation ($10 suggested). Please RSVP at 212-841-0204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Performed as Jean Clemens, youngest daughter of Samuel Langhorne Clemens alias Mark Twain, through FENGARI Ensemble and Friends of the Buffalo Story, on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at the Albright Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY. Directed by James Leaf; with Dave Chura as Albright and Luisa Muhr as Susan. The play is part of the ALBRIGHT Weekend events which took place in Buffalo, NY from June 2- June 4, 2017. Details below, and also on the FENGARI Ensemble website at https://www.fengariensemble.com/
Albright, a play based on the life of John J. Albright, a businessman, philanthropist, and a leading in the American Industrial Revolution, his young wife Susan Albright, and Mark Twain’s youngest daughter Jean Clemens. The play explores not only personal struggles of each character and their complex relationships, but also the struggles of socialism vs. capitalism, early feminism vs. patriarchy and the meaning of art in a predominantly business environment.
Performance Date: June 3 at the Albright Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY (with possibility of remount in New York City)
Performing with Al Choy and William Dean on Tuesday, May 16 at New Hyde Park High School & on Tuesday, May 23 at H. Frank Carey High School; The Proposal by Anton Chekhov, Mickey v. Minnie by Sharon Goldner, etc.; directed by Vincent Scott.
Performed with Al Choy and William Dean on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at Baruch College; scenes from Anton Chekhov, Virginia Wolfe and Tennessee Williams; directed by Vincent Scott.
Performed as archaeologist Amanda with Martin Goldberg as assistant Bryan in Charlie Finesilver’s comedic short play, Exhuming Oneself. Artistic Director, Ken Wolf at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, 17-19 West 45th St., Third Floor, NYC. Friday April 14 at 6:30 p.m.; Saturday April 15 at 6:30 p.m.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION PRESENTATION
106th birthday celebration for Tennessee Williams, to be held through the Simon Studio, Arthur Seleen Theatre, 250 W. 40th Street, NY on Saturday, March 25, 2017 (3:30-6:30 p); Wednesday, March 29, 2017 (6-9:30 p); Saturday, April 1, 2017 (3:30-6:30 p); and Wednesday, April 5, 2017 (6-9:30 p). Performing in scenes, including as Laura in The Glass Menagerie with Monika Voel; as Heavenly In Sweet Bird with Al Choy; as Mrs. Hardwicke-Moore in Lady of Larkspur Lotion with C.J. Gelfand; and as The Girl in Mister Paradise with Robert Gregory.
Chelsea Clark and C.J. Gelfand in Lady of Larkspur Lotion at the Simon Studio
Directed by Roger Hendricks Simon
Associate Directors: Eddie Lew, Vincent Scott, Mildred Purdy, Bob Gregory, William Dean
SAG-AFTRA FOUNDATION NY CASTING ACCESS
Attended a SAG-AFTRA Foundation NY Casting Access with casting director Brette Goldstein on Monday, March 13 at 7:00 p.m.
SAMOVAR AT THE BAR
Performed in Chekhov scenes at the Simon Studio’s Samovar at the Bar, Monday, February 20 and Monday, February 27 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., 59E59 Theaters, Theater C, 59 E. 59th Street, NYC. Performed as Sofia Alexandrovna Serebryakov (Sonya) in Uncle Vanya, and as Natalya Stepanovna in The Proposal.
THE FUTURE OF OFFICE SEX
Performed as female lead Cordelia in Sam Graber’s 3-person play, THE FUTURE OF OFFICE SEX. With Reuben Goldman as Elgin and Al Choy as Jones; directed by Vincent Scott.
At the Players’ Theatre Short Play and Musical Festival – SEX! http://www.shortplaynyc.com/sex/
THE COUGH/THE WEB
Performed as Plainclothes Cop in premiere performance by Lord Essex’s Men, Arthur Seleen Theatre, Saturday, January 7 at 6:30 p.m. Company members: Eddie Lew (Director), James Leaf, Effie Kammer, Tyler Gardella, Dalton Davis, Chandra Albritton, and Chelsea Clark. More performances to come.