PRIVATE SESSION with FIRST TIME Guest: ChiChi Anyanwu from The Cooper Company


Date: Mon 6/3 @ 6:30pm


The Cooper Company represents top talent in the world of choreography, writing, directing, and acting for Broadway, film and television. The Cooper Company is an organization that produces material for the stage, film, and television  It is our goal to develop material that is positive in nature, incorporating not only innovative thought and action, but music and dance as well.  

Read more about the company here http://www.thecoopercompany.biz/

 

Recent Client Bookings: 

Theater:  Broadway & tours of Come Away,  Waitress, Wicked, Charlie & Chocolate Factory, The Prince of Egypt

Television:  Tales, Star,  The Deuce, Magnum PI, Fosse/Verdon, Power, Gotham, Snowfall, Bull, Madam Secretary, The Code, Alternatino, Godfather of Harlem, Law & Order: SVU & FBI to name a few

Films:  Otherhood, Top Five, Time Out of Mind,  Standing Up, Falling Down


Format

ChiChi would like to see either a side or a short monologue of your choice. 

CLICK HERE FOR STOCK SIDES or you can bring your own that are 2 pages in length.
(You must bring an extra copy of the sides for the reader)

PLEASE ARRIVE 20 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT TIME AND BE PREPARED TO STAY UP TO AN HOUR AFTER.
 
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About ChiChi Anyanwu

ChiChi Anyanwu is a graduate of University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Communication & a Theater Studies minor.  She is a talent manager at The Cooper Company and represents top acting talent in Broadway, television and film.  She is also a producer for the NOW AFRICA: Playwrights Festival. In partnership with the Center for Art and Public Policy and the Institute of Performing Arts at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and Anna Deavere Smith’s Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue, NOW AFRICA’s mission is bridging the continental divide and to expose the community to playwrights of the African Diaspora. Her past producing projects include workshop productions of the 1st Gen Nigerian Project at the Bank Street Theatre and the Humanitas Award winning play “Good Grief” written by her sister, Ngozi Anyanwu, at Off Broadway’s INTAR Theatre.

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