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Prominent Women in the Arts Seminar Featuring Tony Nominated Composer, Jeanine Tesori, to be Held on November 16, 2010, Free Admission

Secaucus, New Jersey: November 1, 2010. Angels in the Arts, a parents' organization supporting the arts at The Academy of the Holy Angels in Demarest, New Jersey will host a seminar to build awareness of different career paths in the arts featuring women from all arts disciplines. The event is sponsored by Rose Brand, Hudson Scenic Studios, Scenic Arts Studio, MSG Entertainment and Stiegelbauer Productions.

Featured speakers include: acclaimed composer Jeanine Tesori whose most recent stage project is Shrek the Musical, which earned her both Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations for her music. Darlene Belle, Director of Event Productions at MSG Entertainment, Gina Ferrall, Broadway Actress, currently in Mamma Mia, Melinda Geter, Production Manager at Rose Brand, Margot Therre, Assistant in Charge: Scenic Department at The Metropolitan Opera, Tina Bell, Production Coordinator at Stiegelbauer Productions Lisa Cline, Director of Project Management at PRG Scenic Technologies, Laurie Cohen, Operations Director at Scenic Arts Studios, Jennifer Colombo, Associate Scenic Designer at Eight Hands High, Dr. Rebecca Strum, Bergen Academies Performing Arts Coordinator, Elaine Winslow-Redmond, a former Rockette and Ann Sullivan, former Broadway Actress/Singer/Dancer.

The event will be held at The Academy of the Holy Angels, in the Auditorium, 315 Hillside Avenue, Demarest, New Jersey on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. The event is open to the public and free of charge.

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