TCTC is here:
We are an ensemble in New York City dedicated to artistic self-expression and creative interactivity. We practice and expand our skills of collaboration and mutual support in order to develop and grow as actors and writers. Our commitment is to build and share a diverse body of work.
The Complete Philosophy
It is our belief that we learn by doing and not through notes given by company members telling us what they think went "right" or "wrong" about a particular performance.
Writers and Actors have the option to receive feedback so long as they ask for it. We recognize that what is Constructive to one person may be Destructive to someone else. All feedback is delivered with love and respect. The intent of all feedback is to support, to illuminate, to examine underlying assumptions, to reveal what is hidden, and to explore new possibilities.
We bring our own art to the table, every Wednesday, and discuss it.
These discussions stem from a Q & A between company members following a performance or reading.
She has both produced & directed the following NYC shows:
The Cream of The Crop One-Act Festival, The Big Bad Variety Show, The Keagan One-Act Festival, Cut From The Same Cloth, A Writer's Imagination, The Players Showcase, The Complete Mixed Bag Show, The Authentic Showcase, The Businessman, The Complete Showcase, The Original One-Act Festival, The Awakening, The Barely Dressed Show, The Choice One-Act Festival, The Complete Special Skills Show.
Annie wrote and directed The Last Stop; which was produced by The Directors Company in 2007. She also wrote, directed, & produced The Best Party Ever (a two-act, satirical, sketch comedy show); which ran in New York from 2006 2009.
She has acted and directed Improv/Sketch Comedy Shows at The Impact Theatre, St. Marks Theatre, The New York Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club & Carolines Comedy Club. Annie is the director & founder of Field Day, an all female NYC Improv/Sketch Comedy Group. www.fielddaycomedy.com
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