Cue is located at:
428 Kenwood Avenue
Delmar, NY, United States
PLEASE SEND ALL MAIL TO:
P.O. Box 526
Slingerlands, NY 12159
The Cue Theatre, Inc is an educational Lab Theatre that provides opportunities for participants ages 5 and up to learn all facets of Theatre Arts – from creation to performance to production – and infuses Performing Arts into all aspects of the learning process. Using a professional theater model, Cue helps participants explore their creativity, expand their skills and experience live theatre in new ways. Cue benefits the broad community through presentation of students’ work and outreach programming.
THERESA SCHILLACI, Chair
LYNN WOODHOUSE, Treasurer
Suzie Dunn, Artistic Director
Suzie is responsible for the creative direction and implementation of Cue Theatre’s programming. She currently plans and implements classroom instruction, oversees other teachers and interns and directs Cue’s musical productions. Additionally, Suzie develops and leads all Artist-in-Resident programs including Cue The Classroom teacher training, Theatre in a Box, and the Anti-Bullying Project. Suzie is a graduate of SUNY Oneonta (BA in Education and Theatre), has taught dance and drama at The Oakland Garden School for the Arts, and is founder and former director of Stage Sensations in New York City. She has been working with Professional, Youth and Regional Theatre for over 17 years and is a co-founder of The Cue Theatre.
Elana Kamenir, Executive Director
Elana is responsible for oversight of all business planning and implementation. She has been working in development and not-for-profit management since 1994 and is a co-founder of The Cue Theatre. She earned an MBA at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Her Arts and education experience includes Program Funding Director for The Jewish Museum in New York City, Development Manager at Edwin Gould Foundation for Children, a brief stint at The Acting Company and as a consultant with the Woodstock Guild of Craftsman.
The Cue Theatre is a 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt organization.
Stacy Sansky, Production Manager
Stacy coordinates the back-of-house elements to shows. Stacy works with the creative forces on each production to ensure their visions are carried forward to reality. Stacy is at rehearsals working with students, constructing props, dressing sets and running backstage on show days. Stacy is also the Board Secretary for The Cue Theatre. Stacy is a proud alum of Mask & Hammer at SUNY Oneonta where her love of theater was born! She is a founding member of The People’s Repertory Theatre Company and has stage managed shows throughout New York and New England. When Stacy isn’t at the theatre she is the Director of Procurement at the Capital District Transportation Authority.