B'way Choreographers To Speak At SDCF Seminar May 29

News   B'way Choreographers To Speak At SDCF Seminar May 29 An impressive array of Broadway choreographers will discuss their craft tonight, May 29, in a seminar titled, "Choreography In The Theatre: Where We Are Today, And Where We're Going."

An impressive array of Broadway choreographers will discuss their craft tonight, May 29, in a seminar titled, "Choreography In The Theatre: Where We Are Today, And Where We're Going."

Participating in the Stage Directors & Choreographers Foundation talk will be Wayne Cilento (Dream), Kathleen Marshall (Violet and artistic director of City Center's Encores! Series), Joey McKneeley (The Life), Susan Stroman (Steel Pier) and Lynne Taylor-Corbet (Titanic). The 5 PM roundtable will take place at CAP 21 Studios, 18 West 18th St., 6th Floor.

On June 10, "Financial Planning For Your Future," will be the topic. Terry Frankenburger, a theatre producer and financial planner with Merrill Lynch will offer a seminar on the economics of a life in theatre. That seminar will be held at SDCF's boardroom, 1501 Broadway, Suite 1701, at 5:30 PM.

According to associate director James Graves, last-minute changes can always occur, but the above names are confirmed. He also explained that the Stage Directors & Choreographers Foundation was formed as a branch of the Society of Stage Directors & Choreographers but is now a separate, though connected, organization with its own board of directors.

Tickets for non-members of SDCF are $5 for each seminar and can be reserved at (212) 302-5359. --By David Lefkowitz

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