Broadway Will Get Crafty with ActorCrafts Fair Nov. 22 | Playbill

News Broadway Will Get Crafty with ActorCrafts Fair Nov. 22
Broadway show folk will display their offstage talents Nov. 22 in the annual ActorCrafts! fine art and craft fair that will be held at midtown's Holy Cross School.

Tony Award winner Sutton Foster (Shrek) is among the artists who will take part in the event. Foster will offer a selection of her drawings and prints, alongside fellow performers, who will offer hand-knitted scarves, blankets, jewelry, sculpture, paintings, photography, clothing, handmade cards, picture frames, handmade dolls and magnets. In 2004 Josef Reiter organized the biennial event, which allows those working within the entertainment industry to hone and sell their "craft" outside of the theatre.

The event will take place from 10 AM-6 PM in the gymnasium of the Holy Cross School, located in Manhattan at 332 West 43rd Street. Admission to the holiday ActorCrafts is free and made possible by a grant from BC/EFA.

For a list of all crafters presenting their works, visit

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