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The Actors Breakthrough Event

We are extremely excited to announce our first FREE event for LGBTQ performing artists, March 29th, 2020. This is an incredible opportunity to chat live with seasoned industry professionals, (directors, choreographers, producers, assistant directors and many other aspiring artists). You can ask any industry related question, share your own experiences or learn about behind the scene details experienced by the pros while performing stage productions or films that you may be familiar with. Most importantly is the fact that we'll have a large group of gay artists coming together to support each other. Be sure to preregister for this event and tell your friends to do the same.

Special Guest Participants:

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Yuval David - Acclaimed Actor/ Host/Filmmaker

Yuval is a rising star who is not only an Actor and Producer, he's a Host and Filmmaker as well. Some of his most recent work include "The Plot Against America", (HBO); "One Actor Short"; "Madam Secretary" (CBS); the Michael J. Fox show and Days of Our Lives. Yuval currently has 52 film & TV projects to his credit, including three in pre-production and two in post-production. (see more credits)

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Alan Seales - Exec. Producer / Podcast Host

Over 20 years of direct, hands-on experience in TV, film, and theatre. He has been an actor, singer, dancer, producer, director of photography, audio engineer, and editor, in addition to utilizing his computer science degree to work for several of the top tech companies in existence. He is currently a Global Program Manager for Google’s Talks at Google speaker series (YouTube.com/TalksAtGoogle) which is responsible for bringing in the world’s top talents in their respective fields to share their knowledge and inspire people on a global scale.

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Gracie Lacey - Actor

The Guardian - Ready Demolition Films; Alienated, (in post production); Mantra, (in post production); 1 Dead Dog, (in post production); Banshee Avalon: Dream Rebel Productions; (see more credits)

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Richard Hinds - Director/Choreographer

Broadway credits include: Company - Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre; Come From Away - Schoenfeld Theatre; Disney's Newsies - Nederlander Theatre; Jekyll & Hyde - Marquis Theatre; ll Divo: A Musical Affair - Marquis Theatre; Mamma Mia - Ogunquit Playhouse; EVITA - Flat Rock Playhouse; FAME the Musical - Macao International Music Festival, (see more credits)

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Charlotte Peters - Theatre Director

War Horse: UK and International Tour; Normality: The Other Place Theatre; How Love Is Spelt: Southwark Playhouse; Timeless: Mixed Up Theatre; An Inspector Calls: US Tour; Edfringe: The Musical Revue: Canal Cafe Theatre; Sunday at the Musicals: St Paul's Church Covent Garden, (see more credits)

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Reece Kerridge - Actor

Shrek The Musical; Film: Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again; Play: The Book of Mormon (London); Play: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (London), (see more credits)

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Christin Baker - Director/Producer

An award winning director and Emmy nominated producer. CEO of Tello Films. Tello Films is the first lesbian network to receive an Emmy Nomination. The series Secs & EXECS has received a 2017 Emmy Nomination for Mindy Sterling, Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy/Drama Series. Christin just wrapped directing "Season of Love" which will be the first Hallmark-esque Lesbian/Queer Holiday RomCom, coming out this Holiday season. (see more credits)

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Andrew Keates - HIV+ Theatre Director/Producer

West End credits include: Michael Dennis’ world premiere of Dark Sublime, starring Marina Sirtis. William M. Hoffman’s first AIDS play As Is. The critically acclaimed production of the European premiere of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty’s new musical, Dessa Rose, starring Cynthia Erivo (Trafalgar Studios). The London revival of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Charing Cross Theatre), and Martin Sherman’s Passing By (Tristan Bates Theatre). (see more credits)