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educator , theater director

Marci Anne Appelbaum, American theater director, educator. Member of American Society Composers, Authors, and Publishers, American Federation television and Radio Artists, Actor's Equity Association, Children's Music Network, Mensa, Sigma Delta Tau.

Background

Appelbaum, Marci Anne was born on November 22, 1971 in Oceanside, New York, United States. Daughter of Richard and Adele Judith Appelbaum.

Education

Bachelor, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1992. Diploma, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, New York City, 1994.

Career

Executive director Attic Salt Theatre Company, Astoria, New York, since 1998, vice president, 1998—2006. Musician Erin Lee & Marci, New York City, since 2004. Teacher theater Trevor Day School, 1998—2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (educational book) Folktale Plays from Around the World, Read Aloud Plays: Colonial America. Singer (composer): (children's music cd) Someone's Gotta Wanna Play (Children's Music Web award, 2005), Snowdance (ASCAPlus award, 2006, family choice award, 2006). Producer: (educational theater production) Newly Grown Tales.

      Author (producer): (children's theatrical performance) The Sultan's Wife. Producer: (children's theatrical performance) Feet Water.

Membership

Member of American Society Composers, Authors, and Publishers, American Federation television and Radio Artists, Actor's Equity Association, Children's Music Network, Mensa, Sigma Delta Tau.

Connections

Life partner Jeff Catanese.

father:
Richard Appelbaum

mother:
Adele Judith Appelbaum