Sharon Jensen

Aspiring to Conquer Crossover Acting Path

  • April 11th, 2012

By Kate Taylor, New York Times It didn’t take much rehearsing for Russell Harvard, who plays the deaf son of a loquacious and argumentative British family in the Off Broadway play “Tribes,” to get inside his character’s skin. Like his character Billy, the 30-year-old actor is himself partially deaf. And while, unlike Billy, he grew…

The Business of Broadway

  • January 10th, 2012

Alicia Keys, Kenny Leon, Lydia Diamond and others represent the new look of Broadway by Carolyn M. Brown Posted: December 7, 2011 Alicia Keys Presents Stick Fly reads the marquee on Broadway’s Cort Theater. The 14-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and the play, written by African American playwright Lydia R. Diamond about a well-to-do black family…

Tony Honor Remarks from President Linda Earle & Executive Director Sharon Jensen

  • April 7th, 2011

Sharon Jensen and Alliance for Inclusion in the Arts will receive the 2011 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre awarded by the Tony Awards Administration Committee.  The award will be presented on June 11, 2011 in New York City. The American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards® got their start in 1947 when the Wing established an…

Executive Director Sharon Jensen & Alliance – 2011 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre!!!

  • April 6th, 2011

The Tony Awards® Administration Committee has announced this year’s recipients in three categories. Among the honorees are a world-renowned playwright originally from South Africa, a longtime Broadway executive, a playwright/activist known for her work in combating violence against women, an organization dedicated to promoting diversity in the theatre, film, and television and a show-business animal…