In the midst of airplane-related Alec Baldwin–related topics over that past week, here’s something you may have missed: The Alec Baldwin Fellowship at the Singers Forum.
The Singers Forum is a non-profit organization committed to providing the highest quality vocal training in New York City, and with the help of the Alec Baldwin Fellowship, playwrights with get support as they create original theatrical works.
“In this age of digitized movie making, it is our duty to find a way to nurture the next generation of great theatrical storytellers,” Baldwin said in a statement. “I’m excited to lend my support and guidance to the Fellowship at the Singers Forum as it seeks to stimulate the community through unique voices and groundbreaking ideas.”
Said Artistic Director Don Rebic, “The Alec Baldwin Fellowship at the Singers Forum will create the opportunity for promising new theatrical projects to get personalized attention, while giving performers the invaluable opportunity to help in the development of an exciting new work. It’s the perfect marriage of writer and performer and we’re thrilled to have Mr. Baldwin’s support!”