Ghost Light Project – Times Square

January 19, 2017

By Marina Kravchuk

This was a wonderful, if brief, event. Of course, when people know what they stand for, not much is needed to make a point.
More information on Project Ghost Light can be found here: https://theghostlightproject.com/

People started gathering quite early. Kate arrived at about 4:30. Since it wasn’t too crowded yet, I had a chance to come up to say hello. She thanked me for coming, asked if I was going to any of the Women’s Marches – she herself is going to Women’s March in Washington, DC – and then mentioned that she will be leaving for Ireland right after that to continue working on her second book.
By quarter to, the steps at Times Square were closed off to nonparticipating public, and the speakers and Broadway people (“are you with a show?”) were invited to come up the steps first, followed by everyone else.
At 5:20, designated speakers, including Kate, read a speech together outlining what the Ghost Light project stands for. After that, at 5:30, the lights were lit (flashlights, lights on the smartphones, whatever people brought with them), and a lovely song was sung. Beautiful!
Photos: a couple more photos with Kate before it started to get really crowded (I’d say easily over a thousand attended); the woman in white hat is Tina Landau, Broadway director (Antony and Cleopatra) and Kate’s friend, and one of the organizers of the project. Photo of the crowd as seen from the steps when everyone started to light up. Photo of a sticker everyone wore.

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Kate Mulgrew at Star Trek: Mission NY Part 1

Star Trek: Mission New York

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center – NYC

Sept. 4, 2016

Photos by Marina Kravchuk

Kate Mulgrew #STLV50

Kate Mulgrew’s Q&A panel at Creation Entertainment’s Star Trek Las Vegas 50 – Celebrating 50 Years of Star Trek

 Saturday, August 6, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada

Photos by Marina Kravchuk

Kate Mulgrew – Women in Star Trek – STLV50

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Creation Entertainment’s
Star Trek 50

Las Vegas, Nevada

August 6, 2016

Women in Star Trek Panel

Photos by Marina Kravchuk

Participants: Mary Czerwinski (Glue Guns & Phasers, Star Trek Continues), BJo Trimble (writer, “the woman who saved Star Trek”), Jarrah Hodge (Women at Warp, Trekkie Feminist), Kate Mulgrew, Amy Mayrhofer Imhoff (Shoes & Starships, Legion of Leia) and Dr. Kayla Iacovino (TrekMovie .com)

Kate Mulgrew at Montreal Comic Con

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Kate Mulgrew at Montreal Comic Con – July 9, 2016 – Photos by Marina Kravchuk 

Kate Mulgrew Convention Appearances

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None at this time

All appearances tentative and subject to change due to other professional commitments.

Born With Teeth by Kate Mulgrew

Born With Teeth by Kate Mulgrew

Available now in paperback!

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Holiday Wishes from Kate

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Kate Mulgrew at Netflix Launch Party in Milan, Italy Oct. 22, 2015

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Vineyard Theatre’s Emerging Artists Luncheon Sept 30, 2015

Kate Mulgrew and Anne-Cecilie Engell Speyer will host Vineyard Theatre’s Annual Emerging Artists Luncheon on Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Kate Mulgrew and Anne-Cecilie Engell Speyer will host Vineyard Theatre’s Annual Emerging Artists Luncheon on Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Kate Mulgrew and Anne-Cecilie Engell Speyer will host Vineyard Theatre’s Annual Emerging Artists Luncheon on Wednesday, September 30. Chaired by members of the Vineyard Council, the event is a celebration of Vineyard Theatre’s artistic development and education programs. The Luncheon will feature the presentation of the 2015 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award to Boo Killebrew (MILLER, MISSISSIPPI). Clare Barron (YOU GOT OLDER), Vineyard’s 2014 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award winner, will also be recognized at the luncheon.

For more information about the event, visit Vineyard Theatre’s website (http://www.vineyardtheatre.org/2015-emerging-artists-luncheon) or contact Jessie Pitluk at development@vineyardtheatre.org.