Dorothy Papadakos served as organist for The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City from the 1990s through 2001. During her time at the Cathedral she built a reputation with her vivid organ improvisations, and for her ability to reach out to involve musicians and music from all walks of live and to integrate this music with the music of the Anglican tradition. She raised a considerable sum of funds during her tenure at the Cathedral, by arranging to make the Great Organ Restoration Fund at the Cathedral a beneficiary of the proceeds of special concerts and her CD sales. Shortly after the tragedy of the fire at the Cathedral in December, 2001, which rendered the Cathedral and its Great Organ unusable, she turned her energies towards writing musical-theatrical productions. She is presently engaged in producing one or more Broadway-style musicals. More information may be found on Dorothy Papadakos through her website.