Alphabet Scoop with MOLLY PEARSON, Indie Producer

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Molly Pearson

Molly Pearson is a New York City based theater and film producer. She is the co-founder and co-Artistic Director of Partial Comfort Productions, a 3 time Drama Desk nominated and OBIE Winning nonprofit ensemble. In late 2014, Molly launched Talk Normal Productions, a company focused on producing new works for both stage and screen.  Previously, she was a Partner at Table Ten Films, where along with her producing partner,  she produced the feature films The Green and Clutter. 

With Partial Comfort, Molly has produced over 15 original plays, 4 workshop productions, and over forty staged readings. The company boasts a membership of 53 theater artists, including a MacArthur Genius grant recipient, four Drama Desk Nominated artists, one Guggenheim recipient, and two OBIE Award winners. 

Molly also works as a Production Consultant to individuals and production companies. Molly has taught her self designed curriculum at Harvard University, and has been a Lecturer and Guest Speaker at Columbia University, Bates College and NYU’s Atlantic Theater School, as well as panels and conferences nationwide. She developed the BFA Film production curriculum for LA's Relativity School.  She holds a BA from the New School, and an MFA in Film Production from Columbia University (where she was a recipient of the prestigious annual Arthur Krim Memorial Award). 

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Alphabet Scoop

Alphabet Scoop opened in 2003 as a job and life skills program for youth created by Father's Heart Ministries.  The program is designed to prepare youths with the skills needed to advance in their school and work endeavors.  Teenagers and young adults receive classroom instruction and work under a manager in the store.  Every time you buy their ice cream, you are helping a youth remain in a teaching and nurturing  environment and off the streets.

Father's Heart Ministries is a 501(c)3 incorporated in 1997 to fulfill the mission of "helping people move from dependency to dignity and from poverty to prosperity."  All of the programs are designed to fulfill core values of unconditional love, acceptance, forgiveness and commitment to those we serve and to help them move forward in life.