Congratulations to TSS faculty Pam Scott!

Congratulations to TSS faculty member Pam Scott on the success of her show All The King’s Horses, which she both wrote and directed.  The production features TSS Alumni Erika Longo (Patty) and Gregg Prosser (Richie) as well as Kerry McGann.

All The King’s Horses cast and creative with Matt Dillon

All The Kings Horses is playing at The Bridge Theatre, 244 West 54thSt. 12thFloor Aug 16 – 19

Congratulation TSS Alum Julio Trinidad

Congratulations to TSS Alum Julio Trinidad!  Julio’s role in the horror film ‘Riley Was Here’ premiered at Fantasia Festival this past Wednesday. The film, written and directed by the team of Mike Marrero and Jon Rhoads will also be shown at Popcorn Frights Film Festival, and the Telluride Horror Show.


Jamie Neumann (HBO’s ‘The Deuce’) Discusses the T Schreiber Studio

T Schreiber Alum Jamie Neumann (HBO’s ‘The Deuce’ and Netflix’s ‘The Looming Tower’) recently sat down to discuss her experiences at the studio.

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TSS Alums in The Voices Project directed by Peter Jensen

Peter Jensen, Artistic Director of T.Schreiber Studio is directing a stage reading of THE VOICES PROJECT: MENTAL HEALTH with LOTS of TSS alums for the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival !

Full cast :

May/Ana – Stephanie Seward
Maria/ Ruth – Kate Whitney  *

Tony – Daniel Popowich *
Lydia/Patient – Anna Holbrook  *
Christopher – Kip Cesa
Michael – Niles Gunning
Catherine/Gloria – Jill Bianchini *
Ashley – Kiyo Takami  *
Sierra – Codie Lanotte
Joel – Nnamudi Amobi  *
Alex/Son – Josh  Sienkiewicz
Oliver – Dan Sturges
Isaac – Gavin Stevens

Dates :

  • Tuesday, August 15 / 12:00 PM
  • Wednesday, August 16 / 12:00 PM

About the play :

To end the stigma and promote acceptance, individuals and family members share their honest experiences of living life with mental health conditions in this bold new work, the result of several years of research and interviews conducted by students and members of the Psychology Department at Pennsylvania-based Misericordia University.

THE VOICES PROJECT: MENTAL HEALTH is part of BBTF’s Plays with Purpose outreach program, which presents new theatrical works about important and controversial social issues.

Visit the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival page and scroll down for more info and free tickets.