Meet Director of Education… Laine Satterfield

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News Release

For Immediate Release Date: July 1, 2013

Contact: Anna Johnson
Artistic and Managing Director
Cadence Theatre Company

Cadence Theatre Company Announces New Director of Education

Richmond, VA–Cadence Theatre Company (CTC) is pleased to announce that Ms. Laine Satterfield will be joining the company as the new Director of Education. CTC recently received a grant to support the position from a foundation that wishes to remain anonymous.

Ms.Satterfield has performed in, taught, choreographed, directed and devised theatre both nationally and internationally. She has worked at the Public Theatre and Lincoln Center in NYC and toured commedia dell’arte and solo shows through Europe. She has also written and directed several original pieces. She holds a BFA from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU and has trained at the University of Eurasian Theatre, Stella Adler Conservatory, Carnegie-Mellon University, and the University College of London (dramaturgy – Shakespeare and modern British). She has taught at New York University, Stella Adler Conservatory, Aquila University, Virginia Governor’s School, Company of Fools, Artspower, SPARC, Center for the Arts, Centerstage and various workshops in the states and abroad. Recent stage roles include Heather in Gidion’s Knot, produced by Carol Piersol, Sabrina Daldry in In the Next Room for Cadence Theatre Company, Anna in Boston Marriage (Stella di Domani Festival at Spoleto, Charleston), under producer Carol Piersol: Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (2012 Best Actress nomination, RTCC), Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (2011 Best Actress Award, RTCC), Eurydice in Eurydice (2009 Best Actress nomination, RTCC), and for Virginia Rep: Ellen in The Little Dog Laughed (2008 Best Supporting Actress nomination, RTCC). Other favorite roles include Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Elena in Uncle Vanya, Paulina in Death and the Maiden, and Ariel in The Tempest.  She is a member of Actors Equity Association. In addition to teaching theatre to all ages in the Richmond area, she serves as Program Director for SPARC’s New Voices for the Theater, a statewide high school playwriting program.

In addition to developing new educational programs for the community, Ms. Satterfield will lead CTC’s existing programs, including the CTC Internship Program and the Sunday Talk-Back Series. CTC will be partnering with Virginia Repertory Theatre to offer adult classes for theatre artists this fall and will jointly offer the Fourth Wall Student Forum. An August Adventure (offered in association with SPARC) will continue to be overseen by Artistic and Managing Director Anna Johnson.

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