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Burnt House
What's buried when it snows comes to light when it thaws.
Venue: ( The Gene Frankel Theatre)
The Gene Frankel Theatre
Producer: ( August Strindberg Repertory Theatre, Inc)
August Strindberg Repertory Theatre, Inc
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Adultery, arson and sibling rivalry, when a man's house burns down, so do the layers of secrets and lies he's built his life on. Anyone could be the culprit in a family of criminality as the mystery unfolds. The fire starts gossip, the gossip widens into accusation and all that it rotten comes to light. Enter The Stranger (Strindberg himself) to sort it all out. Coming home, you can run away from your problems, but you will have to face your demons.

Central Park Photo Walking Tour
Uncover the natural beauty of Central Park during this photo walking tour
Venue: ( ABT Central Park Photo Tour)
ABT Central Park Photo Tour
Producer: ( Allen Batista Travel, Inc.)
Allen Batista Travel, Inc.
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Grab your camera and get ready to capture the natural beauty of Central Park while taking tips from a professional photographer and Licensed Guide . You will be learning about the park's many sights. With 843 acres of pastoral beauty in the heart of the city, Central Park has so many photo ops you'd never find them all without a guide.You'll see The Mall, The Ramble, The Point, The Bow Bridge, Bethesda Fountain, The Literary Walk, Cherry Hill, The Lake, and vistas as far as the eye can see.And with your guides along, you'll know exactly what you're shooting and how best to shoot it.

Gallery Admissions
CJH and YUM admissions
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
City: New York

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Film & Discussion
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( Center for Jewish History, YIVO Institute and Fordham University)
Center for Jewish History, YIVO Institute and Fordham University
City: New York

Additional Notes:
October 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark document “Nostra Aetate,” issued at the Second Vatican Council, a document that changed the direction of Jewish-Catholic dialogue. The program will include the showing of the acclaimed Oscar winning film Ida followed by discussion with Magda Teter, Fordham University; Jonathan Brent, Executive Director of YIVO, and Father Guy Massie, Chair, Catholic-Jewish Relations for the Diocese of Brooklyn.

LETTERS TO SALA by Arlene Hutton
A story that must be told... and heard!
Venue: ( TBG Theatre)
TBG Theatre
Producer: ( F.A.B. Women@TBG and The Journey Company)
F.A.B. Women@TBG and The Journey Company
City: New York

Additional Notes:
LETTERS TO SALA is the true story of Sala Garncarz, a young girl who was unwittingly caught up in the atrocity of war. She lived to share her story.As much as LETTERS TO SALA reflects the past and the atrocities of World War II, it is anchored in the present. We live through Salas story, simultaneously experiencing those memories and how they affect the lives of her family members today, even though they are two generations apart. The humanity and unique perspective of this play draw the audience in. It resonates with all ages.Based on the book SALAS GIFT which was written by Salas daughter, Ann Kirschner, LETTERS TO SALA (the play) is about the passing of a legacy, the unique dilemma of a woman who kept many dark secrets buried to protect her children and who, ultimately, realized that sharing them would constitute the deepest form of maternal kindness.Playwright Arlene Hutton and director Eric Nightingale have been working on the play, LETTERS TO SALA, for several years. With the blessing and help of Sala, Ann and the Kirschner family, the play will receive its much anticipated professional world premiere this fall in New York City.

by Annie Baker
Directed by Sam Gold
Tuesday, May 05, 2015 through Sunday, January 31, 2016
Venue: ( Barrow Street Theatre)
Barrow Street Theatre
Producer: ( Barrow Street Theatre)
Barrow Street Theatre
City: New York

Additional Notes:
In a run-down movie theater in central Massachusetts, three underpaid employees mop the floors and attend to one of the last 35-millimeter film projectors in the state. Their tiny battles and not-so-tiny heartbreaks play out in the empty aisles, becoming more gripping than the lackluster, second-run movies on screen. With keen insight and a finely-tuned comic eye, The Flick is a hilarious and heart-rending cry for authenticity in a fast-changing world.
“Wondrous, devastating, hilarious, and infinitely touching. ‘The Flick’ won my heart. A play to be treasured.” - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times “The tenderest drama --- funny, heartbreaking, sly, and unblinking --- now playing at a theater near you. ‘The Flick’ may be the best argument anyone has yet made for the continued necessity, and profound uniqueness, of theater.” - Jesse Green, New York Magazine “Grade: A. A moving and magnificent comedy. ‘The Flick’ is a masterpiece.” - Entertainment Weekly “‘The Flick’ is stunning. Incisive and inventive and unexpectedly moving.”
- Huffington Post “Extraordinary and hilarious. Bursting with compassion.”
- The Hollywood Reporter “Thrilling and sensational. Even if you’ve already experienced ‘The Flick’, see it again. And prepare to be even more blown away.”
- Theatremania “The best play of the year.”
- New York Magazine
The Inn at Lake Devine
Where chutzpah meets reservations.
Venue: ( Shetler Studios)
Shetler Studios
Producer: ( Tongue in Cheek Theater Productions)
Tongue in Cheek Theater Productions
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Spring 1964. When Natalie Marxs mother inquires about summer accommodations in Vermont, she gets the following reply: “The Inn at Lake Devine is a family-owned resort, which has been in continuous operation since 1922. Our guests who feel most comfortable here, and return year after year, are Gentiles.”

For fourteen-year-old Natalie, who has a stubborn sense of justice, these words are not a rebuff but an irresistible challenge, setting in motion events that will change her life.

The New York Times writes, in her delightful novel, The Inn at Lake Devine, Elinor Lipman waltzes fearlessly through a minefield of identity politics. Anti-Semitism, intermarriage, ethnic cuisine and Anne Frank are some of the unlikely, loaded subjects of this witty romantic comedy.

Adapted by Jake Lipman
Directed by Kimberly Faith Hickman
Assistant directed by Molly Ballerstein
Original music and orchestrations by Philip Rothman
Scenic design by Tyler M. Perry
Lighting design by Richard T. Chamblin III
Costume design by Lisa Renee Jordan

Cast: Kurt Bardele, Michael Breese Barbour, Andrew Dawson, Jessica Giannone, Carson Lee, Jake Lipman, Maria Maloney, Norrice Raymaker, Amanda Rodhe, Andrew Spieker, Barbra Wengerd, Jennifer Dorr White, Jill Melanie Wirth, Tony Wolf, and Melissa WolfKlain.

This world premiere of The Inn at Lake Devine marks Tongue in Cheek Theater Productions' tenth season and 31st production of thought-provoking comedies. For more about TIC and to make a tax-deductible donation, visit is an Actors' Equity-Approved showcase.

Thomas Cole Historic House Guided Tour
Where American art was born
Venue: ( Thomas Cole National Historic Site)
Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Producer: ( Thomas Cole Historic House)
Thomas Cole Historic House
City: Catskill

Additional Notes:
Guided tours of the Main House and Old Studio begin on the hour. Tours last about 50 minutes, and are limited to approximately 12 people

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