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August Full Moon BYO Sail  
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Sail with Sinatra into the sunset and 'Fly me to the Moon'
Venue: ( Sailing on Ventura)
Sailing on Ventura
Producer: ( Atlantic Sail Charter, LLC)
Atlantic Sail Charter, LLC
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Come experience the last sunset and full moon of the summer, aboard the classic, New York icon "Ventura," a 100 year old wooden sailing yacht. This is an intimate, one-time only cruise, with a maximum of 25 persons aboard. Guests are encouraged to bring their own picnic snacks and favorite wines (no hard alcohol permitted) blankies and pillows. Appropriately, Ventura's deck sound system with be highlighting classic moon songs, such as Sinatra's wonderful version of "Fly Me To The Moon" and Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon." An ideal forecast for the evening is predicted! Warm, summer temps, soft winds and clear skies. Bring your binoculars and Sky Watch app!! Sweet deets: Rendezvous and check in begins at the dock at 7:00 pm. Location: North Cove Marina, at Brookfield Place, 230 Vesey Street. (Walk through the building and there is the Ventura directly in front of you, slightly to the right.) Boarding period begins at 7:15. Boarding closing and setting sail at 7:30. Good ship Ventura returns at 10:30 PM under a glorious, spectacular full moon! Come enjoy the opportunity to walk barefoot aboard Ventura's solid teak decks... or your way cool summer flat shoes... Passengers dress for a casual and fun evening. A common theme for the dress code? ... Think J. Crew! This is a limited engagement, one night only sail, and time expressly to catch the last of the afternoon light on the harbor, sunset, the full moon rise, and the dramatic NEW LIGHTING of the Statue of Liberty.

Language Unbecoming A Lady  
Growing up gay in Ireland can be such a drag!
Venue: ( the cell theatre)
the cell theatre
Producer: ( Bottom Dog Theatre Company)
Bottom Dog Theatre Company
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Bottom Dog Theatre have their American debut at Origin's 1st Irish 2015, New York's annual festival of Irish theatre, with this timely story of one gay Irishman's journey from confused boy in 70s Limerick to Drag Queen. Equal part hilarious and poignant, this one man show written and performed by Myles Breen has won critical acclaim on tour for several years and promises a unique take on growing up gay in Ireland, accompanied by the music of the great divas Judy Garland, Billie Holliday and Ella Fitzgerald. Directed by Liam O'Brien.

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