TTSI Alumni Takes the Stage in the Amas Production of Hello, Dolly!

The Theater at the 14th Street Y proudly presents Amas Musical Theatre’s production of Hello, Dolly!

This exciting production is brought to us by an amazing company and we are excited to announce that Adelaide, an alumni of the inaugural year of the Teen Theater Summer Institute (TTSI), is making her Amas debut!

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“It’s great to be back in the theater,” says Adelaide, who is excited to be playing the role of Minnie in Hello, Dolly! “I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for TTSI camp!” TTSI workshops and training include preparation and one on one coaching for auditions, and Amas’s Teen Academy is both audition based and highly selective.

Amas Musical Theatre prides themselves on “celebrating over 40 years of cultural diversity in American Musicals.” Their mission is “grounded in non-traditional, multi-ethnic production, education and casting.”  For over 40 years, Amas has presented work that displays diverse cultural viewpoints including African American, Latino, European, and Jewish. They devote themselves to the:

– Creation, development, and professional production of new American musicals.

– Celebration of diversity and minority perspectives.

– Emergence of new artistic talent.

– Training and encouragement of inner-city young people.

We are thrilled to have them join us here at the Theater at the 14th Street Y and are excited to cheer on Adelaide, our TTSI alum!

To learn more about Amas visit their website at http://www.amasmusical.org

To purchase tickets click here!

Adelaide at TTSI
Adelaide at TTSI
Adelaide backstage for Hello, Dolly!
Adelaide backstage for Hello, Dolly!
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