Theatre Company Events
Great Fight of Ego versus Truth--Songs about Love,
Justice, and Everybody's Feelings"
Anne Fielding and
Timothy Lynch perform "Heather on the Hill"
Fielding, Bennett Copperman, and entire cast perform "76 Trombones"
Bennett Cooperman, Kevin Fennell, Alan Shapiro, Timothy Lynch perform
"Little Tin Box"
Performers with the Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company presenting "Ego versus Truth--Songs about Love,
Feelings!" at at Long
Island community center in June 2010
"'Ethics Is a Force'
Photos by Len
Bernstein from "Ethics Is a Force--Songs
about Labor!" peformed by Bennett Cooperman, Meryl Nietsch-Cooperman,
Timothy Lynch (president, Teamsters Local
Fielding, and Kevin Fennell,
union conference, Sheraton Hotel, NYC,
on the Mississippi"
Photos by Amy Dienes from "Who Was Mark Twain?--A
Dramatic Consideration of Huckleberry
Eli Siegel, special event presented June 4, 2006: Derek Mali
& Anne Fielding as Jim and Huck; Timothy Lynch & AF as Pap and
Huck; and below, Timothy Lynch, Carol McCluer, Derek Mali, Anne
Fielding, Bennett Cooperman, watching the circus, a scene from the
Some of the most loved carols & choruses from
Handel's Messiah, with comment, are
presented by the Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company. Barbara Allen on
flute, Anne Fielding, Derek Mali, Carrie Wilson, Kevin Fennell, Lynette
Abel. Right: American Labor Museum / Botto House, May
Day 2005 "Ethics Is a Force':
Songs about Labor!" Aesthetic
Realism Theatre Company Kevin Fennell, Carrie Wilson, Timothy Lynch,
Derek Mali, Carol McCluer, Anne Fielding
Event, April 12, 2005 at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation.
Cast of Voltaire's
Candide; or, Evil Seen Beautifully
by Eli Siegel.
& Right: From performances of 'Ethics Is a Force!':
Songs about Labor
Bennett Cooperman, Anne Fielding, Derek Mali, Carrie Wilson, Carol
McCluer, Christopher Balchin
"The Aesthetic Realism
Company performs 'Ethics Is a Force'
May Day festival
at the American Labor Museum in
Haledon on Saturday." Herald News, NW
Left: Presenters of The Poetry of Eli
Siegel: A Centennial Celebration at
the Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore, April 2002.
Right: Anne Fielding & Bennett Cooperman in American Ethics,
American Song at the Aesthetic Realism
Fielding & Bennett Cooperman in rehearsal for Eli Siegel's lecture
on Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.