Apple Discussion Series: A Conversation with Producer, Joey Moda
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The Apple Discussion Series is inspired by The Apple Award, funded by the Nederlander family and named for the family matriarch, Sarah Applebaum Nederlander. This evolution of the Apple Award program will feature online experiences where audiences will hear from actors, designers, managers, producers, and more from the American theatre. Past Apple Award recipients include: Elaine Stritch, Neil Simon, Jeffrey Seller, Carol Channing, Mandy Patinkin, Patti Lupone, and Phylicia Rashad.
This season, we are pleased to be featuring 8 guests, with the possibility of more being added during the Winter 2021 semester. These events are open to the public, free of charge, and will include a moderated discussion and a Q&A with the guest.
Join us on Wednesday, February 17 from 5-6pm for a live conversation with Broadway producer, Joey Moda.
Joey Monda currently serves as a Producer with Sing Out Louise Productions and a General Manager/Co-Founder of Dailey-Monda Management. With Sing Out Louise Productions, he is a Producer on the currently running Hadestown (Tony Award) and Mrs. Doubtfire and the previous Broadway productions of The Inheritance (Tony nomination), Slave Play (Tony nomination), Mike Birbiglia’s The New One and The Cher Show. With fellow Sing Out Louise partners Lorenzo Thione and Jay Kuo, Sing Out Louise Productions shepherded actor and activist George Takei’s true-life experience of WWII Japanese American internment camps into the Broadway musical and subsequent film Allegiance, which starred Takei and Tony Award winner Lea Salonga.