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The Gallery at LPR
New York, NY
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Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker Street
New York, NY
The Soundtrack Series is a live show that celebrates music in our everyday lives–from the hilarious or heartbreaking stories and memories we forever tie to certain songs, to the debates we have over music’s most famous arguments. Our first show was in February of 2010 at Waltz Astoria Cafe, then we moved to The Gallery at LPR (Le Poisson Rouge) in September of 2010, where we currently run the fourth Thursday of every month. We’ve been featured on NY1, and in The New York Times, BUST, “Above & Beyond” in The New Yorker, a Critic’s Pick in Time Out New York, a Gothamlist Event of the Week, and included among the “Best Events in NYC” by CBS News New York. The Soundtrack Series is produced and hosted by Dana Rossi, with sound design by Stephanie Cox-Williams and photography by D. Robert Wolcheck.
Dana Rossi has written for NY Press, Time Out New York, Slice, The Retroist and InDigest. She is a contributor to the anthology Madonna & Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop. As a storyteller, she has performed at RISK, The Liar Show, How I Learned, Geeking Out and a whole bunch of others all over New York City. She sometimes slips and calls her iPod her Walkman.
Stephanie Cox-Williams is currently Company Manager of Nosedive Productions. She is an Actor, Sound Designer, Director, Fight Choreographer and Special/Gore FX Designer for Independent Theater–named “Queen of Gore” by NY Press in 2009 and the “Tom Savini of Off Off Broadway” by the New York Times. She has a BA in Theatre, a Musical Theatre Conservatory degree, and a Masters of Art in Educational Theatre. She is currently working on her play, Icarus Phoenix and the Zombie War, because, you know, there aren’t nearly enough theater pieces about Zombies out there.