A Very Grimm Festival
with Yvonne Anderson-Bill
Tuition assistance available... please ask at email@example.com
Rehearsal Times are tentative and subject to change. Longer rehearsals will be divided up between games and individual rehearsal calls for each play.
THURSDAY APRIL 29 - 3:30-6 (Soft Start – Audition/Improv – Get to know you)
SUNDAY MAY 2 – 3:30-6 (Soft Start – Audition/Improv – Get to know you/Parent Meeting)
THURSDAY MAY 6 – 3:30-6
SUNDAY MAY 9 – 3:30-6 (Mother's Day)
THURSDAY MAY 13 – 3:30-6
SUNDAY MAY 16 – 3:30-6
THURSDAY MAY 20 – 3:30-6
SUNDAY MAY 23 – 3:30-6
MONDAY MAY 24 – 3:30-6
THURSDAY MAY 27 – 3:30-6
SUNDAY MAY 30 – 3:30-6
MONDAY MAY 31 – 3:30-6 (Memorial Day)
THURSDAY JUNE 3 – 3:30-6 (No School Day)
SUNDAY JUNE 6 – 3:30-6
MONDAY JUNE 7 – 3:30-6
THURSDAY JUNE 10 – 3:30-6
SUNDAY JUNE 13 – 3:30-6
MONDAY JUNE 14 – 3:30-6 - TECH REHEARSAL
TUESDAY JUNE 15 – 3:30-6 - TECH REHEARSAL
THURSDAY JUNE 17 – 3:30-6 - DRESS REHEARSAL
FRIDAY JUNE 18 - 6pm - FINAL PERFORMANCE
Please help off-set the costs to Pied Piper of bringing these FREE live performances to our uptown community by donating today!
Spring Musical 2021
Outdoor performances throughout Washington Heights and Inwood!
Saturdays, June 5, 12, and 19 at 11am and 3pm
on the Audubon Terrace, courtesy of the
American Academy of Arts and Letters and
Hispanic Society Museum and Library,
633 W. 155th Street
Sunday, June 6 at 3pm on the Center Lawn of
J. HoodWright Park
Sunday, June 13 at 3pm on Dongan Lawn
of Fort Tryon Park
Sunday, June 20 at 3pm on Pat’s Lawn of
Inwood Hill Park
Directed by Yvonne Anderson-Bill
Assisted by The Pied Piper Actors’ Society
Janet Mervin, Costumer & Pied Piper Board Member
Please join us for a FREE showcase performance of Trickster Tales!
Friday, January 29th at 7pm.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.
In this Zoom Play Making workshop for children ages 5-13 we will explore the archetype of
the Trickster in folk tales and poems from around the world, and the expression of the
trickster in the guise of nature and animals. Children will become Play Makers,
collaborating to create a culminating performance in mid-December. The focus of this
workshop will be the process of theatre creation rather than a focus on performance,
although the children will create performances to share.
Participants will be led through improvisation and drama games and an inquiry process to
retell these traditional stories through their own artistic voice. They will also participate
in the process to create their own costumes, props, and backdrops to use.
The workshop will be conducted over Zoom beginning with ensemble building and drama games in mid-October and will culminate in an online performance. The goal of this experience is to foster a collaborative, child led, creative environment by focusing on the process of theatre and thus developing confidence, empathy, and community building skills.
Our 2020/21 Season
kicks off with a project like nothing Pied Piper has ever done before... an original four-part film series shot entirely on location in the forests of northern Manhattan, Robin Hood. This re-telling of the ancient legend includes Robin, Marian, Will Scarlett, Friar Tuck, and the merry band as you’ve never seen them before. Can this clever band of thieves with hearts of gold foil the Sheriff of Nottingham and his men in their evil plans and bring peace and prosperity to Sherwood? Tune in to find out!
Original screenplay by Leslie Kincaid Burby and Joe Burby
Original music by Omar Camps-Kamrin
Filming in October, with series release
on February 20th, 2021!