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  • gracefully_ava - Ava Grace @gracefully_ava 1 hour ago
  • Perfect #ootd for days when you want to get ready for fall while still wearing summer colors! 🍍🎀☀️
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This momma is a religious Target shopper, but shoutout to Walmart for having a wide variety of toddler sandals available! 🙌🏻 Perfect #ootd for days when you want to get ready for fall while still wearing summer colors! 🍍🎀☀️ • • This momma is a religious Target shopper, but shoutout to Walmart for having a wide variety of toddler sandals available! 🙌🏻
  • Perfect #ootd for days when you want to get ready for fall while still wearing summer colors! 🍍🎀☀️ • • This momma is a religious Target shopper, but shoutout to Walmart for having a wide variety of toddler sandals available! 🙌🏻
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  • rosalindproductions - Rosalind Productions @rosalindproductions 3 hours ago
  • Went to the #theatre section of the #NYTimes for a little #MondayMotivation today and it did not disappoint! 
Fabulous article about #femaleproducers on #Broadway , who are redefining the game and the stories we tell. 
Best quotes from the full article below, but go take a look. Aug 14 “Who calls the shots on Broadway? She does.”
***** “There’s been such a change,” said Julia Jordan, the executive director of the Lillys, which promotes gender parity in theater. “Some sort of tipping point was reached this year.”
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“Every woman who led a show took the biggest risk,” Ms. Franzen said. “They took the hard road.”
Broadway still has a long way to go: Among other issues, women continue to be significantly underrepresented as writers and directors.
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And women are not new to producing: They have been making a mark on Broadway for at least a century, and in recent decades women like Margo Lion, Elizabeth McCann, Nelle Nugent, Robyn Goodman and Daryl Roth have been important players.
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As leaders and tastemakers they are bringing their own life experiences to bear on the shows they oversee, particularly attentive to how women and girls are portrayed, and whether women are employed on their creative teams.
“Of course, if we have a different way of being in the world, it’s going to affect what we produce and how we produce,” said Ms. Price, who staunchly believed that a radical rethink of “Oklahoma!” belonged on Broadway. “It really matters.”
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Every indication is that women will play an increasing role in lead producing on Broadway. Ms. Frost, who teaches a producing class at Columbia University, said nine of her 10 students last semester were women.
And Valerie Novakoff, an associate producer whose research found that 28 percent of commercial shows on Broadway in the last five years had a female lead producer, is planning to start a private equity fund next year to invest in productions with women in their leadership teams.
#suffragist #jaggedlittlepill #oklahoma #theprom #womenintheatre #producerlife #womenwhoproduce #broadwaynews #fierce #futureisfemale #power #stories #paulavogel #howilearnedtodrive #newmusic Went to the #theatre section of the #nytimes for a little #mondaymotivation today and it did not disappoint! Fabulous article about #femaleproducers on #broadway , who are redefining the game and the stories we tell. Best quotes from the full article below, but go take a look. Aug 14 “Who calls the shots on Broadway? She does.” ***** “There’s been such a change,” said Julia Jordan, the executive director of the Lillys, which promotes gender parity in theater. “Some sort of tipping point was reached this year.” ***** “Every woman who led a show took the biggest risk,” Ms. Franzen said. “They took the hard road.” Broadway still has a long way to go: Among other issues, women continue to be significantly underrepresented as writers and directors. *** And women are not new to producing: They have been making a mark on Broadway for at least a century, and in recent decades women like Margo Lion, Elizabeth McCann, Nelle Nugent, Robyn Goodman and Daryl Roth have been important players. ***** As leaders and tastemakers they are bringing their own life experiences to bear on the shows they oversee, particularly attentive to how women and girls are portrayed, and whether women are employed on their creative teams. “Of course, if we have a different way of being in the world, it’s going to affect what we produce and how we produce,” said Ms. Price, who staunchly believed that a radical rethink of “Oklahoma!” belonged on Broadway. “It really matters.” ***** Every indication is that women will play an increasing role in lead producing on Broadway. Ms. Frost, who teaches a producing class at Columbia University, said nine of her 10 students last semester were women. And Valerie Novakoff, an associate producer whose research found that 28 percent of commercial shows on Broadway in the last five years had a female lead producer, is planning to start a private equity fund next year to invest in productions with women in their leadership teams. #suffragist #jaggedlittlepill #oklahoma #theprom #womenintheatre #producerlife #womenwhoproduce #broadwaynews #fierce #futureisfemale #power #stories #paulavogel #howilearnedtodrive #newmusic
  • Went to the #theatre section of the #nytimes for a little #mondaymotivation today and it did not disappoint! Fabulous article about #femaleproducers on #broadway , who are redefining the game and the stories we tell. Best quotes from the full article below, but go take a look. Aug 14 “Who calls the shots on Broadway? She does.” ***** “There’s been such a change,” said Julia Jordan, the executive director of the Lillys, which promotes gender parity in theater. “Some sort of tipping point was reached this year.” ***** “Every woman who led a show took the biggest risk,” Ms. Franzen said. “They took the hard road.” Broadway still has a long way to go: Among other issues, women continue to be significantly underrepresented as writers and directors. *** And women are not new to producing: They have been making a mark on Broadway for at least a century, and in recent decades women like Margo Lion, Elizabeth McCann, Nelle Nugent, Robyn Goodman and Daryl Roth have been important players. ***** As leaders and tastemakers they are bringing their own life experiences to bear on the shows they oversee, particularly attentive to how women and girls are portrayed, and whether women are employed on their creative teams. “Of course, if we have a different way of being in the world, it’s going to affect what we produce and how we produce,” said Ms. Price, who staunchly believed that a radical rethink of “Oklahoma!” belonged on Broadway. “It really matters.” ***** Every indication is that women will play an increasing role in lead producing on Broadway. Ms. Frost, who teaches a producing class at Columbia University, said nine of her 10 students last semester were women. And Valerie Novakoff, an associate producer whose research found that 28 percent of commercial shows on Broadway in the last five years had a female lead producer, is planning to start a private equity fund next year to invest in productions with women in their leadership teams. #suffragist #jaggedlittlepill #oklahoma #theprom #womenintheatre #producerlife #womenwhoproduce #broadwaynews #fierce #futureisfemale #power #stories #paulavogel #howilearnedtodrive #newmusic
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