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 Ghashee W Mashee
Saturday, October 03, 2015
 
Im Hussein New Comedy
 
Venue: ( Montclair State University)
Montclair State University
Producer: ( NGM Entertainment)
NGM Entertainment
City: Montclair

Additional Notes:
"Ghashee w Mashee" (the Dumbass) As if Im Hussein hasn’t already endured sufficient setbacks and struggles to fill years of stage plays, playwright Najee Mondalek sets her up for another crisis – dealing with the ignorance of her know-it-all husband. Tucked in between the lines of the main story are other issues that affect the Arab American community: divorce for infertility, drug abuse, conflict between two generations, welfare fraud, and more. Directed by Aziz Charabaty.

 Le Scandal Cabaret
 
NYC's Longest Running Burlesque Variety Show!
 
Venue: ( West Bank Cafe)
West Bank Cafe
Producer: ( Le Scandal Cabaret, LLC)
Le Scandal Cabaret, LLC
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Le Scandal Cabaret is NYC's longest running burlesque variety show, featuring circus acts, variety performers, live music, and a bevy of burlesque beauties. Le Scandal performers include a sword swallowing bellydancer, a contortionist, lasso rope trick cowboy, a comedic juggler, a clever magician, a sultry torch singing fan dancer, and many more innovative and cutting edge performers, all to the live music styling of the Le Scandal Orchestra.

Audience comments, Only in NYC can we see this!

Glamorous burlesque, edgy downtown performance art, with a dash of Coney Island. This show has all the eye popping wow factor.

$20.00 minimum per person.

NY Times Critic's Pick!


 Manor House Tour and Lecture with Orin Finkle
 
Experience the richness of Long Island's Gold Coast heritage!
 
Venue: ( Mill Neck Manor House)
Mill Neck Manor House
Producer: ( The Mill Neck Family of Organizations)
The Mill Neck Family of Organizations
City: Mill Neck

Additional Notes:
The Mill Neck Family of Organizations is pleased to welcome back noted Gold Coast historian Orin Finkle, who will once again present Reflections of a Bygone Era, his lectures and slide show featuring the mansions, gardens and people of early 1900s Long Island. The event, taking place on Thursday, October 22, will be held at Mill Neck Manor, a magnificent Tudor Revival mansion. It begins at 6:30 pm with a docent-led tour of the mansion, followed by Finkle's presentation at 7:30 pm. The cost is $30 per person and includes the tour, lecture and light refreshments. Finkle, who has the largest private archive of period Long Island mansion material in the country, has been compiling his collection for over thirty years. It has been a true labor of love. He says, Evolving into a Gatsby era writer and historian has been a wonderful experience. I am an Adelphi University graduate accountant by profession who currently seeks an escape from the numbers world of financial statements and corporate income tax returns.Finkle's mission is to keep the memories of our rich Gold Coast heritage alive for future generations to enjoy, cherish and hopefully, pass on. His passion for locating historical photos and information of once prominent estates attracts owners of unique properties to his website, househistorian.com.Over the years Finkle has lectured at numerous colleges, libraries and historic societies. He has recently been written about in Newsday and has appeared on News 12 Long Island. Finkle himself has written over 200 articles on country estates and high society for numerous publications, including The New York Times, Town & Country, North Shore magazine and The Leader, a Locust Valley paper.

 Manor House Tours - Monthly
 
Tours are available to the public, one Sunday a month, by advance registration only.
 
Venue: ( Mill Neck Manor House)
Mill Neck Manor House
Producer: ( The Mill Neck Family of Organizations)
The Mill Neck Family of Organizations
City: Mill Neck

Additional Notes:
MORE INFO: www.millneckmanorhouse.orgADMISSION FEES:• Adults..........$25 per person• Seniors (55+)..........$20 per person• Students (Valid ID required)..........$15 per person• Children (12 & under)..........$5 per child• Groups of 10 or more, please contact Samantha Hallman at 516-628-4239.TOURS INCLUDE:• Docent-led tour, approximately 1.5 hours• Light refreshments of homemade scones accompanied by custom blended teas.• Gift shop• Self-guided garden walkGENERAL INFORMATION:• Advance registration is required (fees are non-refundable)• A sign language interpreter will be available for guests who are Deaf, provided a request is made in advance• Mill Neck Manor is handicap accessible• Comfortable shoes suggested; there is stair-climbing in addition to walking• Some areas may not be accessible on the day of your visit• Indoor photography prohibited• Smoking is not permitted on the premises• Children and teens must be accompanied by an adult at all times• No pets allowed

 Strings
 
Playwright Reimagines Race, Friendship, Responsibility, and the American Dream in World Premiere of Stage Play “Strings”, December 19-20, 2014.
 
Venue: ( Shetler Studios)
Shetler Studios
Producer: ( Charles Curtis)
Charles Curtis
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Director and playwright Charles Curtis, will premiere Curtis stage play, Strings starting January 17, 2015, at the Davenport Theater, 354 West 45th Street, Manhattan. Inspired by the death of Trayvon Martin and other nameless black men, Strings follows one mans road to execution, and hopefully, another toward redemption. With moments before “Mans” hearing and possible execution, the only person that wants Man to live is his lawyer, Derek. While Derek prepares to defend a man he just met, they each find that no one is truly innocent.“I am particularly proud of this work, and am extremely excited to be working with the cast on this project. I wanted to challenge myself in writing this new piece, and in doing so, I found a piece that continues transform before my eyes. I only hope that they audience loves this piece as much as the cast and crew.”Strings will be performed in the black box of Davenport Theater starting on January 17, 2015. Admission for the shows are $20. Show times are Saturdays at 3pm. For more information about the show or purchasing tickets, please call 304.704.7796, or visit www.charlescurtis.webs.com.

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