The Sacrifices (SPF/Dir. Sam Gold). He has also been seen in Isaac and Ishmael;Much Ado About Nothing; Comrade; Ah, Wilderness! Suburbia!; Favor; Every Good Boy Deserves Theater; and From West Side Story (all at Chautauqua). In 2011, premiered Steven Slater’s new show Promethus Bound in Boston. He has been on Made In Jersey on TV.
Read more about Gabe Ebert in the news.
Tony Award acceptance speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5V8y8dngmg#t=24
More on Matilda The Musical: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcHLELTxFSw
Some of her Stage Management highlights include Off-Broadway: Black Angels Over Tuskegee (St Luke’s Theatre, Actor’s Temple, East Coast venues), All American Girls (Actor’s Temple), East 14th Street (New World Stages), Beebo Brinker Chronicles (NYTW & 37 Arts), Signs Of Life (Marjorie S. Deane Little Theatre); Additional NY & Touring Credits: OUTwordly Fabulous (Crossroads Theatre, & Eastern Coast Tour), Kiss the Air (Elizabeth STREB @ S.L.A.M.), The Children’s Hour (Astoria Performing Art Center), Boots (Soho Rep), L’enfant et les sortileges (The Players Club), The Blue Room (Roy Arias Theatre), and many more. Bonnie has collaborated with Anne Bogart and manages events with organizations such as the American Theatre Wing.
She is currently mounting the 2011-2012 WIZARD OF OZ national tour as production stage manager. Bonnie is forever grateful for all the support during her time at DSA! Bonnie wears her class ring daily for inspiration and is more than happy to provide any insight she can to current and past DSAers. THANK YOU ALL!!
Jessica Posner is the winner of the VH1 “Do Something Award” in 2015 and America’s top world changer under 25.
Along with husband, Kennedy Odede, Jessica is currently in Kenya building The Kibera School for Girls through the organization that we began together called Shining Hope for Communities. The Kibera School for Girls is a revolutionary project breaking new ground in Nairobi’s Kibera slum by providing superior education free of charge. The school is the first to be exclusively for girls and the only one completely free of charge in the Kibera slum. It will provide the neediest girls in Kibera with free education, uniforms, school supplies, and daily nourishment.
In Kibera only 8% of girls have the chance to go to school and many are forced into prostitution at early ages. The Kibera School for Girls offers a solution to these problems. It serves talented students, of elementary school age, who are vulnerable to sexual abuse and prostitution. Many students are street children, orphans, and infected with the HIV virus. In addition, The Kibera School for Girls raises awareness throughout the Kibera community about pressing issues such as child abuse, gender violence, and HIV/AIDS. Without our school, these students would face very grim futures.
While I am in Kenya, I will be blogging about our progress, and I would love it if you would read along. The blog can be found at http://kiberaschool.blogspot.com/.
Building Community: Jessica Posner at TEDxMileHigh: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0nM8l9qeGY