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Rachel Lampert States Reality That Women Need To Tone Down Emotion and Passion To Be Taken Seriously In Business Environment

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  • Date Added : 3/20/2006
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Rachel Lampert

  • Artistic Producing Director, Kitchen Theatre Company
  • female
  • Caucasian
  • 1947 (Age: 75 years old)
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
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Biography

Rachel Lampert has been the Artistic Producing Director for Kitchen Theatre since 1997. In addition, she is a playwright, director and choreographer. For the Kitchen Theatre Main Stage she has written Precious Nonsense (2005), The Book Club (2004), Waltz (2001), Lampert Variations (2000); adaptations of Frankenstein (2002) and The Trial (2004). For family audiences her plays include Emmett & Hambone, A December Suite, The Sisters Fitzenstarts, A Christmas Carol and with collaborator Lesley Greene - Science Fair, Fools! Schmools!; this season they will be adding The Odyssey, Winter Tales and I Have A Song To Sing O! Her play, Bet You Can't Catch It? was commissioned by AIDSWORK of Tompkins County as part of an educational program for teens. The piece toured Central NY for three years. Her trip to China in 1997 to stage West Side Story resulted in her writing The Soup Comes Last, which was produced at the Kitchen and off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters in Fall 2004. In addition to directing many plays at the Kitchen, she has directed and/or choreographed plays and musicals at Cal Rep, Arkansas Rep, Portland Stage Company, Public Theatre and Hawaii Opera Theatre. Lampert spent her early career in concert dance and founded a dance company in 1975 (Rachel Lampert & Dancers) that toured extensively throughout the US and in Europe for fifteen years. She is a 4-time recipient of NEA Choreography Fellowships, a CAP Individual Artist Grant and a SALT Award for Best Actress 2004. Her dance works have been in the repertories of numerous dance companies across the country and around the world. Raised in Brooklyn, she moved to Ithaca with her husband David in 1995. Rachel Lampert holds a BFA and MFA from New York University Tisch School For the Arts.

When I was younger, and I was you know cute or perky, it was very hard and it was very hard for me not to play into that because that you know we socialize woman to be adorable and pleasant and smile a lot and do all those things and make people like us. So I had to work hard and my advise to young...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Educational Background and Experience in Dance
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 13 sec.
Video 2 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Making Change From Dancer to Choreographer
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 40 sec.
Video 3 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Dance Company's Decision To Become Part of Pilot Program
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 27 sec.
Video 4 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Challenge of Educating Audience About Modern Dance
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 45 sec.
Video 5 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Challenge of Performing Modern Dance in Rural Venues and Shift In Her Job From Choreographer to Educator
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 51 sec.
Video 6 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Challenges of Explaining Modern Dance
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 23 sec.
Video 7 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Transition From Dance Company To Playwriting
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 57 sec.
Video 8 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Experience In China and Decision To Accept Job At Kitchen Theatre
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 40 sec.
Video 9 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Art As Business Came During King Tut Exhibit At Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 33 sec.
Video 10 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Artists Must Learn To Market Themselves
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 21 sec.
Video 11 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Actors Need To Constantly Sell Themselves
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
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Video 12 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Personal Need To Work On Social Skills Given Role of Job
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 0 min. 51 sec.
Video 13 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Organization That Helps Dancers With Career Transitions
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 0 sec.
Video 14 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Challenge Of Handling Role of Boss and Mentor
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 20 sec.
Video 15 of 37 Rachel Lampert Shares Sense of Collaboration Within Her Dance and Theatre Organizations
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 16 sec.
Video 16 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Majority of Dance Company Revenue Comes From Touring
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 12 sec.
Video 17 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Challenges of Handling Cash Flow In Dance Company
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 29 sec.
Video 18 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Mission Of Kitchen Theatre Is To Start Conversations Among Audience
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 50 sec.
Video 19 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Kitchen Theatre Creates A Strategy To Seek Sponsors
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 4 min. 23 sec.
Video 20 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Role In Company Is To Maintain and Evolve The Vision
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 56 sec.
Video 21 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Challenges of Leadership Role Come In Developing Succession Plans and Maintaining Positive Attitude
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 24 sec.
Video 22 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Challenges of Determining Plays To Produce
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 9 sec.
Video 23 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Importance of Being Truthful About Nature of Plays
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 0 min. 49 sec.
Video 24 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Kitchen Theatre's Methods Of Delivering Strong Customer Service
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 29 sec.
Video 25 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Laziness and Burn Out Are Biggest Risks
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 1 sec.
Video 26 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Fear Of Burnout Encouraged Hiring Of More People
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 28 sec.
Video 27 of 37 Rachel Lampert Shares Thoughts on Work-Life Balance
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 1 min. 35 sec.
Video 28 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Role of Board of Directors at Kitchen Theatre
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 3 min. 50 sec.
Video 29 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Being an Entrepreneur Is Essential To Her Survival As An Artist
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
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  • 0 min. 54 sec.
Video 30 of 37 Rachel Lampert Discusses Planning Process For Kitchen Theatre
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
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Video 31 of 37 Rachel Lampert Shares Example of Kitchen Theatre Strategic Plan
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 1 sec.
Video 32 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Reality That Women Need To Tone Down Emotion and Passion To Be Taken Seriously In Business Environment
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 23 sec.
Video 33 of 37 Rachel Lampert Shares Thoughts on Negotiation With Agents and Actors
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 14 sec.
Video 34 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Desire To Donate Services Rather Than Have Then Undervalued
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 13 sec.
Video 35 of 37 Rachel Lampert Shares Thoughts on Personal Work Ethic
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
  • Rachel Lampert
  • 2 min. 18 sec.
Video 36 of 37 Rachel Lampert States Nature of Deadlines In Theatre Community
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
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  • 0 min. 58 sec.
Video 37 of 37 Rachel Lampert Shares Rewards From Work At Kitchen Theatre
  • Rachel Lampert - Interview - Kitchen Theatre Company
  • 3/20/2006
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  • 0 min. 59 sec.

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