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WORKSHOP: How to be a Multi-Hyphenate Artist

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April 25 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

OTL is hosting a FREE workshop and meet-up for folks interested in becoming and/or developing their skills as a multi-hyphenate artist in NYC! Sponsored by our BOOST program, this workshop is led by multi-hyphenate artists and BOOST Co-Chairs Jillian Vitko and Ayana Bey. In an industry where effort does not always garner desired results, creating your own work is almost essential. Topics include how to become multi-hyphenate artists, how to create your own artistic ecosystem, and the ways in which it can benefit your career. Wear many hats, make more art, and meet more like-minded people. See you there!

Where: Meaux Space 305 7th Ave 17th FL, NY NY 10001

Drinks will be available for purchase.

BOOST Workshop 4/25/24

How to be a Multi-Hyphenate Artist

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ABOUT THE BOOST CO-CHAIRS

Ayana Major Bey is a multi-hyphenated creator, which includes being an actress, voice-over artist, mentor/coach, public speaker, podcaster, former radio personality, and world traveler.

Currently the host of 2 podcasts: The Artist Pivot and The World Is Your Stage. She is a New Jersey native, and an alumnus of two great schools, Montclair State University where she got her BFA in Musical Theatre, and The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she got her MA in Acting.

Select stage credits include: Dreamgirls, Hairspray, Sister Act, Little Shop of Horrors, Children of Eden, 1940’s Radio Hour, All Shook Up, and After Midnight. Select voice over credits include: Sephora, For Hers, Google Chromebook, Starbucks, Ally Bank, Square, Delta Dental, and Boston Museum of Science.

When she is not being a multi-hyphenated creator you can catch her cooking, baking, taking care of her plants, and of course, traveling. Having visited 27 countries thus far some of her favorite places include Thailand, South Africa, Spain, and Italy. www.ayanabey.com. Insta: @ayanambey@theartistpivot@worldisyourstagepod

Jillian Vitko is an actor/singer/musician/writer/filmmaker/comedian based in New York. She performs on the weekly show On the Spot (Broadway Comedy Club) as well as the monthly show True Crime the Musical (The Players Theatre), which she co-created with her comedy duo Beautiful Dreamers Comedy. She premiered her solo show Synesthesia the Musical at Edinburgh Fringe Fest in 2019 (PopDust Stand-Out Show) and has adapted the script into the screenplay Synesthesia Story (Best Screenplay – FFTG Awards, Brno Film Fest, Robinson Film Awards). The film (currently in pre-production) has been fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas. The first single from the film, Color Me Crazy, is streaming on all music platforms, as is her EP, Glimmers. Her short film HoneyDough has won awards such as Best Dark Comedy, Best Actress, and Best Writer at various film festivals. You can catch more of Jillian’s film work on Netflix, TUBI, Amazon, and more. On stage, she originated the roles of Hannah in Scar Tissue (Playwright Horizons, Connelly Theatre) and Brooklyn in Serving Time the Musical (Royal Family Theatre). As an actor, she’s represented by Glitter Talent Agency and DreamMaker Talent Management. She also works as a writer/producer with 99 Cents Productions, musical improv instructor, tutor for various subjects, video captioner, and, of course, Co-Chair for the BOOST Program. She’s been living the multi-hyphenate life for many years, and she strongly believes in artists creating opportunities for themselves! She’s so thankful to be able to help people branch out on their artistic journey at Off The Lane. More at: jillianvitko.com

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