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"HERE," An Evening With Avery Brooks
An inspiring, rare, intimate evening with the legendary AVERY BROOKS in Harlem!
Venue: ( National Black Theatre, Inc.)
National Black Theatre, Inc.
Producer: ( National Black Theatre, Inc.)
National Black Theatre, Inc.
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Take advantage of this one night only rare concert with the eloquent and captivating Avery Brooks. The internationally renown Avery Brooks is an accomplished actor, director, musician and educator whose three decades career encompasses stage, television and film.

"New Worlds"
Saturday, November 08, 2014 through Monday, November 10, 2014
Works by Nielsen, Mozart, and Dvorak that transport us to new places and new times
Venue: ( All Saints Church)
All Saints Church
Producer: ( Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, Inc.)
Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, Inc.
City: NY

Additional Notes:
We will begin this concert series with Nielsen’s Helios Overture, written in the great tradition of composers chronicling aspects of their travels in musical works, this one a beautiful and brilliant depiction of a day on the Aegean Sea—from sunrise to sunset. Also on this first program will be Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto, featuring Stanley Drucker—the former Principal Clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic. Written in the last year of Mozart’s life, you will hear an uncharacteristic wistfulness underlying the whole work that seems to make this work more his requiem than the Requiem Mass he was composing at the same time. Finally, we will present Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9, From the New World, one of the most beloved and well-known works in the repertoire. Dvorák wanted to create a new style of American composition using local folk music as the model, and while you will hear “covers” of American spiritual songs in this symphony, this is certainly a work by Dvorák, fusing his style with new melodic elements.

.A Triad test event 1
Tuesday, September 02, 2014 through Thursday, September 04, 2014
Venue: ( The Triad Theater)
The Triad Theater
Producer: ( Sample Company 2)
Sample Company 2
City: New York

Additional Notes:

1 Hour TCT Refresher

Venue: ( USCG Marine Inspection Office)
USCG Marine Inspection Office
Producer: ( USCG Auxiliary Division 5, 1SR)
USCG Auxiliary Division 5, 1SR
City: New York City

Additional Notes:
One hour TCT Excersize for Auxilary Members

444 seat event for testing
Monday, October 20, 2014 through Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Venue: ( 44 seat space for testing)
44 seat space for testing
Producer: ( john meek)
john meek
City: oak ridge

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A Bibo Reader
The Alchemist: A Péter Forgács Film Retrospective
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( YIVO Institute for Jewish Research & Yugntruf)
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research & Yugntruf
City: New York

Additional Notes:
“The greatest threat to the rule of law is not the people outside it, but those uncertain and distorted situations in which [the law] becomes bad, contradictory, and hypocritical.”
—István Bibó

István Bibó, the great Hungarian political thinker of the 20th century, philosopher, and minister during the 1956 Hungarian revolution, was sentenced to life imprisonment, and later released under an amnesty. In this film, Forgács presents the sensitivity and insight of Bibó's social and historical analysis, and uses unretouched found footage to provide us with a poetic glimpse into the Hungarian landscape of the twentieth century. This film is winner of Best Director for Short and Experimental Film at the Hungarian Film Festival, 2002. With score composed by Tibor Szemzo.

A Free Man of Color

Venue: ( New York University)
New York University
Producer: ( NYU Theatrical Production)
NYU Theatrical Production
City: NYC

Additional Notes:
In John Guare's astonishing comedy of matters set at the dawn of the 19th Century, American culture and American geography are about to be carved up by the Louisiana Purchase; life in the multi-racial New Orleans is a literal hotbed of power and politics.

a gene-test-event 3
Monday, February 03, 2014 through Monday, February 17, 2014

Venue: ( gene_test_venue)
Producer: ( Gene Plaks Testt 12.27)
Gene Plaks Testt 12.27

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A Letter to Mother
World War I -- Jewish Experience in the Trenches and at the Home Front
Venue: ( Center for Jewish History)
Center for Jewish History
Producer: ( Center for Jewish History, American Jewish Historical Society and Leo Baeck Institute)
Center for Jewish History, American Jewish Historical Society and Leo Baeck Institute
City: New York

Additional Notes:
A Letter to Mother (1939) is one of the last Yiddish films made in Poland before the Nazi invasion. The plot centers on the story of mother's persistent efforts to support her family, while her husband moves to America. After her family is pulled apart by severe poverty and the turmoil of WWI, she finally makes her way to New York in hopes for better future. A Letter to Mother was hailed by the New York Times as one of the best Yiddish films to reach America. It was the highest grossing Yiddish film of its time.

Discussant: Eric Goldman, Adjunct Professor of Cinema, Yeshiva University


This series commemorates the start of the Great War at a time when violence once again disrupts peaceful life around the world. Jews were among the soldiers and civilians who paid a high human cost for the fighting, including economic hardship, population dislocations, pogroms, unjust accusations, and death. In the aftermath of the war, some Jews were politically radicalized, many assimilated, while others emigrated. The Great War had a long-lasting effect on the following decades, leading to WWII and its own catastrophic events. Four classic international films reflect a range of Jewish experiences in the East and the West.

A More Perfect Union

Venue: ( Chicago History Museum Rubloff Auditorium)
Chicago History Museum Rubloff Auditorium
Producer: ( The Moth and USA Network)
The Moth and USA Network
City: Chicago

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