2016 Columbia Giving Day

posted Jan 2, 2017, 12:37 PM by rhiannon mcclintock


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

posted Mar 14, 2016, 10:31 PM by rhiannon mcclintock   [ updated Mar 14, 2016, 10:35 PM ]

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
by Dale Wasserman
From the Novel by Ken Kesey

http://galleryplayers.com/plays/one-flew-over-the-cuckoos-nest/

March 12-27
The Gallery Players
199 14th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Gallery Players announces the much anticipated production of the award-winning play, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest based on the novel by Ken Kesey, and adapted for the stage by Dale Wasserman. Boisterous, wry and ultimately calamitous, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is the raw story about life in a mental institution; where following the rules is seen as the only way to prove your sanity. It is a powerful exploration of the danger and exquisite beauty of being different.

Pleased to make my onstage debut with the Gallery Players in the role of Nurse Flinn (as well as serving as board secretary, director of development, and house manager)!

An Evening With Aphrodite

posted Aug 11, 2014, 10:24 PM by rhiannon mcclintock



Tuesday, August 12 - 8:45pm
Friday, August 15 - 9pm
Sunday, August 17 - 4:30pm


THESPIS FESTIVAL
Roy Arias Studio II
300 W 43rd St (at 8th Ave), 4th Floor

The Goddess offers her devotees and supplicants the favor of her time and attention. She wants you to comprehend the dangers and terrors that accompany her granting of your heart's desire, knowing full well you'll want it nonetheless.

Starring Rhiannon McClintock
Featuring Melissa Croushorn
Directed by Jason Zanitsch
Written by Pamela Monk

To reserve tickets, send an email to: thespistheaterfestival@gmail.com
Write the name of the show + the day + your name

$20 cash at the door

An Evening of One Acts: June 6-9

posted Jun 2, 2013, 8:30 PM by rhiannon mcclintock

Thursday, June 6 - Sunday, June 9

Post-Its (Notes on a Marriage)
Written by Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman

In this homage to Love Letters, an actor and actress read the Post-It notes between a couple that span the duration of their lives together. Hilarious and moving, Post-Its explores the ups and downs of a relationship that were unexpectedly captured on scraps of paper.

Line
Written by Israel Horovitz

One by one a group of unacquainted people come together to form a line for some unnamed, upcoming event. Gradually, the struggle for first place begins, and as they lie, cheat, wrestle and push to gain the lead spot, a panorama of competitiveness, deviousness, and human frailty is made explosively and hilariously real.

Featuring David Ryan, Rhiannon McClintock, Roger Dykeman, Craig Campanaro, and Ross Pivec

Directed by Elliott Robinson

Thursday, June 6 - Saturday June 8 at 8pm
Sunday June 9 at 3pm
Theater 54 at Shetler Studios
244 West 54th Street, 12th floor
New York, NY 10019

General Admission - $20.00, Student/Senior - $15.00
Call (347) 789-7184 for reservations or buy online (note, the address is 244 West 54th St)

Post-Its (Notes on a Marriage)
presented by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.
Line presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.


UCB Improv

posted Jan 26, 2013, 10:34 AM by rhiannon mcclintock


It's a new year and it's the perfect time to finally start taking improv classes! This is something I've been wanting to do for awhile, but my schedule never matched up or the classes would fill up. Saturday afternoon Improv 101 classes were available starting January, and my teacher, Laura Grey, was a part of Baby Wants Candy, an amazing improv group, so I jumped on that. I've had two classes so far, and I'm having fun. Plus, my homework is to see UCB improv shows (and there are no exams!). WIN!

Our class performance is Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 12:15pm at UCB Theatre, Chelsea, 307 W. 26th St. All are welcome to come out and see us! So excited!


Iron Skillet Cook Off

posted Oct 21, 2012, 8:40 PM by rhiannon mcclintock   [ updated Oct 21, 2012, 8:42 PM ]



When I first came to New York, one of the first nonprofits I got involved with was the World Cares Center. I volunteered to help out with their big event, the Iron Skillet Cook Off, and it was awesome! Firefighters and chefs go head to head to make the best meal, all for a good cause. Everyone wins, because you get to eat, eat, and eat some more! I loved it so much that I took a day off work so that I could do it again this year. Tomorrow is the big day, and I can't wait!

openhousenewyork

posted Sep 30, 2012, 4:30 PM by rhiannon mcclintock

I'm super excited to be volunteering with openhousenewyork next weekend (and to check out some sites, as well)!


Openhousenewyork (OHNY), a five borough–wide celebration of architecture and design takes place on October 6 & 7 2012. OHNY Weekend, which is becoming a New York City tradition, engages the public in the built environment by offering free access to hundreds of sites that exemplify New York City's diverse architectural, design, engineering, and cultural heritage.

Off-Off-Broadway debut: MEN

posted Jun 24, 2012, 4:29 PM by rhiannon mcclintock   [ updated Jun 28, 2012, 8:51 AM ]

MEN by Ken Wolf
Manhattan Repertory Theatre
June 28-30, 2012 at 6:30 p.m.

13 women bitchin' about men! Now that's fun!


Just a head's up to let you know about Ken Wolf's play Men that is running at Manhattan Repertory Theatre on Thurs June 28, Fri June 29, and Sat June 30 at 6:30 p.m. Men runs about 75 minutes without an intermission.

This is a crazy fun hysterical monologue play with 13 women making fun of the odd habits and behaviors of the wacky male creature called man. Manhattan Rep has produced this play a number of times and it is so much fun (for the women in the audience - the guys - that's another story.)

So if you are looking for a fun evening of awesome theatre, (and want to torture your boyfriend or husband too,) please come see Men. It features 7 amazing actors playing 13 different characters who absolutely rock. Their work is just hysterical. TOO MUCH FUN! Don't miss it!

For Ticket Reservations email: mrtreserve@gmail.com
and please reference the show date and number of tickets. You will receive an email confirmation within 48 hours - usually sooner.

Manhattan Repertory Theatre
303 W. 42nd St. 6th floor
email: manhattanrep@yahoo.com
web: http://www.manhattanrep.com

The Gallery Players - A Raisin in the Sun

posted May 16, 2012, 9:10 AM by rhiannon mcclintock


When I moved to New York, one of the first theaters I got involved with was The Gallery Players in Brooklyn. Even though the commute from Park Slope to Scarsdale took me about 2 hours, I was impressed with the quality of the shows and the warm reception I received.

I expressed an interest to be more involved with group, which led to a role as assistant stage manager for Lorraine Hansberry's classic, A Raisin in the Sun. I'd had a little backstage experience, but this was my first real venture into the world of stage management, and I couldn't say no. I took on this job just a week after I moved into my apartment in Chelsea. I would head straight to the theater after work and come home around midnight every night. It was stressful, but I was really grateful for the opportunity, and I loved spending time with my cast. I spent most of my time ironing and steaming in the costume shop (which served as the men's dressing room), while bonding with the boys. There was an awful lot of fierceness and sass in that place, let me tell you, and it was being around the cast that really made this such a fun experience.


I'm really happy that I found this group, and I recently volunteered to help out with the Black Box New Play Festival auditions. It's really interesting to see all the people who come in to audition (as well as sometimes hear their monologues through the door). I also auditioned, and got several callbacks! I wasn't cast, but just landing some callbacks in New York City is fine by me.

Anyway, here's hoping that I get to work with The Gallery Players on stage soon, but until then, I'm happy just to be a part of the family, and can't wait for other opportunities that come my way.

The Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre at Columbia University

posted Mar 15, 2012, 8:31 AM by rhiannon mcclintock   [ updated Mar 17, 2012, 12:54 PM ]

Things are going very well for me here in New York City! After months of job hunting and a less than ideal personal assistant position that lasted two days (and ended with me crying on the rush hour commuter train), I was finally offered a wonderful job as the Executive Assistant for the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre at Columbia University. I started in February, and things have been great. I'm very happy to be working at a university doing administrative work in a field I'm interested in.

Next on the plate was apartment hunting. Thanks to Craigslist, I found an amazing apartment in an awesome part of the city. It is the kind of apartment you brag about (and I've been doing tons of that). The location can't be beat and it's BIG (actually big, not "big for New York").

I think I cashed in all my stored up karma points, because everything has been falling into place nicely. Everything is working out, and I can't wait to see what happens next!

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