is currently the “go to” person for Mr. Robert Osborne of Turner Classic Movies in his lecture series as Film Historian at venues throughout the US.  Directing: The Cemetery Club, The Gift of Love, Angels in America (Millennium Approaches and Perestroika), Minnie’s Boys, The Sunshine Boys, Ballroom, The Laramie Project, A View from the Bridge, Murder at the Vicarage, I Do! I Do!, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,  Take Me Out,  Glengarry Glen Ross, Twelfth Night, The Four Deuces (Hull House Theatre, Chicago).  Alan has directed an original opera of The Dybbuk at Riverspace in Nyack. He also directs readings for the New York Chapter of the Emmy Awards in their ongoing program to encourage new playwrights.   Acting:  Adam (Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me), Larkin (Six Degrees of Separation), Johnnie (Frankie and Johnnie in the Clair de Lune), Sam the Pickleman (Crossing Delancey), Fagin (Oliver!), Big Deal (West Side Story), Bellhop (Lend Me a Tenor), The Preacher Man (The Music Man) and various shows with Al Carmines at Judson Poet’s Theatre.   Alan also volunteers each Thursday morning at the Actors Fund Home in Englewood, New Jersey. New York City Training:  American Academy of Dramatic Arts, HB Studios, Fordham University, NYC, and Columbia College for Broadcasting in Chicago.    

Life Member (2009)

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Bernie Garzia