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Daphnie Sicre

Daphnie Sicre is an educator, director, dramaturg. She has taken off the past year from directing to focus on finishing her dissertation on Afro-Latinx performance. Her NYC directing credits include: simultaneously directing the stage readings of Dying is An Art & Olympic Dreams for the 365 Women Project in 2015. She directed Shower Me at the FringeNYC as well as Stranger for Stage Black where she won a Best Director award. Additionally, the AUDELCO nominated Not About Eve, the workshop production of the immersive play PLAY/DATE, NYC Premier of Collateral Bodies, and NuYork Pastorela. For over ten years, she directed over 20+ productions with high school students in Miami, FL. She is currently completing her PhD at NYU in Educational Theatre. She is a full-time instructor at BMCC-CUNY, where she teaches courses in theatre, social justice, and advanced public speaking. Raised in Madrid, Spain, but born in Guayaquil, Ecuador to Peruvian and Spanish parents, Sicre shares a deep passion for discovering multiple Latino and African-American perspectives in theatre. For more information, click here

Free Tickets for Community College Students, Part 2
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Free Tickets for Community College Students, Part 2

16 November 2016

In this second installment, Daphnie Sicre closes her discussion on theatres that offer free, or discounted tickets to college students, and offers creative ways to engage these students.

Free Tickets for Community College Students—Part 1
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Free Tickets for Community College Students—Part 1

27 October 2016

In this first installment, Daphnie Sicre begins her discussion on theatres and programs that offer free, or discounted tickets to college students.

Notes from a Latina at the Black Theatre Conference in Winston Salem, North Carolina
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Notes from a Latina at the Black Theatre Conference in Winston Salem, North Carolina

3 October 2015

PhD candidate Daphnie Sicre writes about her experience presenting at the Black Theatre Conference.

Free Tickets for Community College Students
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Free Tickets for Community College Students

A discussion on theatres and programs that offer free or discounted tickets to students.