JOIN host David J. Diamond as he interviews actress/director Lee Brock, Co-Artistic Director of the Award-winning theatre company The Barrow Group. Learn about what it takes to start a theatre company in New York City and maintain it over the long term (27 years and counting). Hear how she manages an acting career, teaching acting, directing, etc.
LEE BROCKCo-Artistic Director of The Barrow Group is the founding co-Artistic Director of The Barrow Group, an award-winning Off-Broadway theatre company and acting school in New York City, where she has nurtured the development of thousands of artists and students for over 26 years. Lee also serves as the executive director of FAB women, dedicated to creating new theatrical works for, about and by women. Lee’s directing credits include Timekeepers, Save Me, Art and Orange Flower Water. As an actress, Lee has appeared at Manhattan Theater Club, The Kennedy Center, Playhouse 91, the Lucille Lortel Theater, The Bay Street Theater, Capital Rep, the Perry Street Theater, La Mama e.t.c. Television: LAW & ORDER, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, SEX & THE CITY, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, THE INIVISBLE MAN, THE GUIDING LIGHT, and THE DOCTORS. Her film appearances TADPOLE, REMEMBER ME, LABOR PAINS, and ON THE OUTS.
Transformative Coach and Theatre Professional David J. Diamond leads a conversation about having a satisfying and fulfilling career as an artist in the theatre, film, television and the performing arts. Hear interviews with leaders in the Field, join in a conversation about careers in the arts and share your own issues, insights, challenges and solutions. Listen LIVE or follow up with Podcasts at www.davidjdiamond.com.