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Source:  Playbill

Among her theatre industry friends and colleagues, Amanda Lipitz is primarily known as a producer, with a Broadway résumé that includes “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” “Legally Blonde The Musical,” “The Performers,” “A View From the Bridge,” and Tony-winning “The Humans.”  But Lipitz has another lesser-known side: she’s also documentary filmmaker.

Parallel to her career on Broadway, Lipitz has been making short documentary films about a group of all-girl public schools in New York City and Baltimore.  Now with the release of her feature film debut “Step” in cinemas nationally with Fox Searchlight, Lipitz’s filmmaking is no longer her best-kept secret.

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