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Reimagine: Life, Loss, & Love
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Tune-in Tuesday

Hosted by Laura Nova

Tune-in Tuesday
“Tune-in Tuesday” is a weekly dial-in musical concert and conversation. This week features Broadway performers Adrienne Eller and Corey Mosello.

“Tune-in Tuesday” is a weekly, 30-minute dial-in concert featuring jazz, classic guitar, fiddling, and folk songs from NYC performing artists. Call-in requests, ask questions and even sing along in the finale! Past musicians include Monet Sabel, Matt Stoke, Douglas Waterbury-Tienen, Laura Dadap, Emily Walton, Garrett Bell and and Pablo Helguera. Creative Coordination by Jessica Kahkoska. Led by Laura Nova, Public Artist in Residence with the NYC Department for the Aging and Su Casa artist at Phipps Plaza Naturally Occurring Retirement Community.

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Most members participate by Dial-in: +1 (929) 205 - 6099, and then enter meeting ID: 893 452 0253 #

Adrienne Eller is a California native and a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts under the New Studio on Broadway. Credits include Phoebe in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (First National Tour), Ariel in The Little Mermaid (North Shore Music Theater, Theater by the Sea), Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (Walnut Street Theater), Maria in The Sound of Music (SSMT), Disney On Classic (Japanese National Tour). Instagram: @adrienneceller

Corey Mosello is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and graduate from The Boston Conservatory. In his first year out of school Corey toured the US with the first national tour of We Will Rock You. Other regional credits include A Bronx Tale (Paper Mill Playhouse, World Premiere), Jersey Boys (North Shore Music Theater), Saturday Night Fever (Gateway and Ogunquit Playhouse), Evita (NSMT), Chicago (Riverside Theater), and West Side Story (Virginia Rep). Instagram: @_mccorey

Jessica Kahkoska is a writer/dramaturg with a specialty in projects driven by research and community collaboration. Projects include AGENT 355 (with Preston Max Allen, Chautauqua Theater Company, Marion Fellowship Winner), IN HER BONES (2020 Colorado New Play Summit, Denver Center) THE DEATH OF DESERT ROSE (with Elliah Heifetz, Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellowship), LETTERS TO THE PRESIDENT (upcoming at Berkshire Theatre Group), NIA (upcoming New Light Theatre Project), and WILD HOME (Notch Theatre Company). Instagram: @Jkos13

Laura Nova is the Public Artist in Residence (PAIR) in the NYC Department for the Aging, a program administered by NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. As a PAIR, Nova's work focuses on social isolation and providing creative care to older New Yorkers. instagram: @lauranova