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									                                Our staged reading of panic last Sunday was received very favorably.
                                    We played to a full house of family, friends and industry folks.
                          Thank you to all who made time in their busy schedules to come out and support us!

                                         John and I are now off to the Poconos to our timeshare.


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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK submitted by Barbara Anderson

Why are you IN a movie [ed. or play], but you're ON TV?


CAST CALL CALENDAR
Check the cast calls page for complete listings, character descriptions, etc.
www.debsliweb.homestead.com/castcalls.html

ACTORS

EMERGENCY!!
Looking to fill roles in the summer YPT production of A Year With Frog & Toad at the Cultural Arts Playhouse Bellmore location.
Looking for kids of all ages! The production runs Thurs-Sun Aug 18- 28. If interested please call CAP (516) 694-3330

THIS WEEK'S AUDITIONS

The ZEN Room auditions for all character roles for the Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadowcast on Sat, July 30 from 11am-4pm. All
roles are open. Scenes follow (plus a scene of your choice). May audition for multiple roles:
Janet and Brad - Damn it Janet
Frank - Sweet Transvestite
Riff, Magenta, Columbia - Time Warp
Eddie - Hot Patootie
Dr. Scott - Eddie's Teddy
Criminologist - Opening scene
Rocky - Sword Of Damocles
We also have several other roles/positions available including Stage Crew and Transvestites. If you have any questions please feel
free to comment on the event or to email the Director at DirectorZenRoom@gmail.com

Theatre By The Bay auditions for ensemble for Irving Berlin's ANNIE GET YOUR GUN on Tues, Aug 2 at 7PM at Bay Terrace Jewish
Center, 13-00 209th St, Bayside. Call (718) 428-6363 for more info. Men and Women (16 and above) needed. Please bring sheet
music and be prepared to sing with piano accompaniment. Come prepared to dance.

NEW CALLS

The Hampton Theatre Company auditions for My Three Angels, Sam and Bella Spewak's delightful comedy about a band of angelic
convicts who come to the rescue of a lovely young woman and her hapless family on Christmas day of 1910 in French Guiana, on Sun,
Aug 14 from 2-4pm and Mon, Aug 15 from 7:30-9:30pm at the Quogue Community Hall, Jessup Ave, Quogue. My Three Angels"
contains roles for 7 men and 3 women. Both union and non-union actors are invited to attend. HTC is seeking actors for the roles of:
MARIE LOUISE DUCOTEL (20s), a beautiful and innocent young woman
FELIX DUCOTEL (50s), Marie Louise's father, a thoroughly amiable and impractical soul who operates a general store in a penal
colony
EMILIE DUCOTEL (40s-50s) - Marie Louise's mother, a good and patient woman who loves her husband
MME. PAROLE (40s-60s) - A non-paying customer who is as "scatterbrained as a fox"
JOSEPH (40s-50s) - A convict and public spirited ex-forger
JULES (40s-50s) - A convict who killed a faithless wife
ALFRED (20s-30s) - A convict and ex-playboy (with a heart of gold) who murdered for money
HENRI TROCHARD (50s-60s) - Felix's cold-hearted and miserly cousin
PAUL (20s-30s) - Henri's nephew and one-time suitor to Marie Louise, weak and greedy
LIEUTENANT (20s-30s) - An extremely handsome young naval officer.
Rehearsals begin after Labor Day, with performances running from Oct 20 - Nov 6, on Thurs, Fri and Sat evenings and Sun afternoons,
at the Quogue Community Hall. HTC Executive Director Sarah Hunnewell directs. Readings will be from the script. No monologue or
appt is necessary. For more info, please contact hamptontheatre@optonline.net or 631-726-4656. Info about the theater company can
be found on the company's web site, www.hamptontheatre.org. Anyone unable to attend the scheduled audition times, but who would
like to read, should contact the company and an
alternate time will be arranged if possible. Local housing is available for out-of-town actors. Special Appearance contract for Equity
actors, if applicable.

Auditions for a new version of CHRISTMAS CAROL at the historic Patchogue United Methodist Church the week of Sept 11. Adults
and children of all ages are needed for this production on the weekend of Dec 9. Musical ability not necessary but a plus. Add'l info will
be posted by mid Aug. Production people are also needed. Experience not necessary, but preferred. Questions can be directed to
Larry Boddy at Lboddy1710@aol.com or 631 262-1732.

BroadHollow will hold auditions for Steven Dietz’s SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FINAL ADVENTURE on Sat, Aug 6 at 11am and Tues,
Aug 9 at 7:30pm at BayWay Arts Center, 265 E Main St, E Islip. 6M/2F, age range 20′s to 50′s. Production directed by Glen J. Beck
Watson, our story’s narrator, and faithful friend to:
Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest consulting detective, constantly foiling the schemes of:
Moriarty, the Napoleon of crime, whose latest scheme somehow involves:
King of Bohemia, a lovestruck royal who has earned the ire of:
Irene Adler, opera diva and woman scorned, seeking her revenge with the help of:
Godfrey Norton, a lawyer who may be hiding a secret agenda, along with:
Marie, a French maid doing more than her share of the chores
Sid Prince, a cracker of ribs and (on occasion) safes, Cockney accent
All characters must have British accents. Holmes also must have an Irish accent. Show will run Oct 15-30 at BayWay and Nov 12-27 at
Elmont. Looking for actors to commit to BOTH runs. Call 631-581-2700 for more info.

The Merrick Theatre and Center For The Arts, 2222 Hewlett Ave, Merrick auditions for the musical The Marvelous Wonderettes on
Mon, Aug 8 and Tues, Aug 9 @ 7:30pm. Show runs Oct 1-30, Fri & Sat at 8:30pm and Sun at 3pm.
Please be available for ALL performances.Call 516 868 6400 if info needed.
Directed by : Nick Attanasio / Choreographer: Seneca Bell / Music Director: Kenny Zagare
Looking for 4 women who can sing and move well...think 50's girl group.
Character Descriptions:
Betty Jean Reynolds...is the self-anointed clown of the group, always vying for attention from her best friend Cindy Lou. Her hair is
red/auburn. (Alto with strong low range.)
Cindy Lou Huffington...is the "bad girl" of the group. It seems that things always go her way, making Betty Jean crazy. (Mezzo Soprano
with belt–sings lead on many songs.)
Missy Miller Lee...Always the over-achiever of the group, Missy is the one to cover for mistakes and is always ready to jump in and
save the day. She has an innersexiness–even slightly kinky–that comes out every once-in-a-while, much to her surprise and
embarrassment. She has been best friends with Suzy since elementary school. (Soprano with wide range and very high vocals.)
Suzy Simpson Stevens...happy-go-lucky, a little giddy and a little silly. She’s always willing to go along with anyone and anything and
she seems to giggle at just about anything. She finds great pleasure in everything she does; the sillier it is, the more fun she finds it.
Her best friend is Missy. (Mezzo Alto with a sweet, soulful sound and big belts.)

Township Theatre Group (TTG) will be holding open auditions for Catch Me If You Can, written by Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert
and directed by John Emro on Mon and Tues, Aug 15 and 16 starting at 7:30PM. The auditions will be held at Five Towns College, 305
North Service Road, Dix Hills (off of Burrs La and Exit 50 on the LIE). The cast includes 5 male and 2 female roles as follows:
Daniel Corban:Honeymooning newlywed- Anxious, animated and adamant,wears his emotions on his sleeve. 30’s–40’s
Mrs. Corban: Attractive and well-proportioned, assertive but pleasant, wife of Daniel Corban , age: 30’s
Inspector Levine: Small-town law enforcement - patient, confident, experienced. Male, Age: 40-50’s
Father Kelleher: Priest, Age: 30+
Sidney: Deli owner/manager. Well-liked gregarious entrepreneur with a sense of humor. Male, age 30+
Everett Parker: Businessman who is strictly business. Male, age 40+
Mrs. Parker: good looking, wife of Mr. Parker, age: 30-ish
If possible, bring a resume and photo. Performances are Oct 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 and 30 and will be at Helen Butler Hall at Dominican
Village in Amityville. Rehearsals will be at Five Towns College. For directions and add'l info, please call our hotline at 631-421-9832 or
email us at info@townshiptheatregroup.com.

ONGOING CALLS

The Spotlight Players are continuing to cast adult men and women for their upcoming production of the Russell and Kreiger musical
SIDE SHOW by appt. Please prepare a song. It does not have to be from the show. Auditions take place at the Nassau Cultural
Center, 574 E Meadow Ave, E Meadow. Call (631) 225 9102 or email SPTLTPLYRS@aol.com for add'l info/appt.
Roles available include:
The Boss, boisterous owner of the sideshow (MALE)
Jake, an African-American who plays the Cannibal King in the sideshow (MALE)
Reptile Man (MALE)
Snake Girl (FEMALE)
Fakir (MALE)
6th Exhibit (FEMALE)
Dolly Dimples (FEMALE)
Harem Girls (FEMALE)
Roustabouts (MALE)
*the sideshow performers double as other characters in the course of the show*
Broadhollow Theater Company seeking 2 strong dancer women (ages 16 and up) and 4 men (ages 16 and up) who can sing and move
well to join the cast of the musical Annie Get Your Gun, which runs Sept 10-25 at the Bayway Arts Center in E Islip & Oct 15-30 in
Elmont . If interested, please send headshot and resume to Director Chris Dufrenoy at duf334@verizon.net or call the box office at 631-
581-2700.

Gilbert & Sullivan Yiddish Light Opera needs new members – especially women - for lead and chorus roles. Current production –
Pirates of Penzance (Di Yam Gazlonim). Rehearsals will resume Wed nights in Sept at the Chatterton School, Merrick. Contact Marty
Geller (631)439-2913, or Elaine Lerner (516)483-0464. Website: www.gsyiddish.com.

MUSICIANS

Pianist/Choral Director needed for Long Beach Theatre Guild Musical Revue WLBTG- Radio Theatre. Pop songs from the 1940’s to
today. Performances: Nov 2011. Please call Nancy Sullivan, Producer at 516-662-6969

The Bellport Playcrafters need a musical director for their production of Carnival, music by Bob Merrill. Performance dates are Nov 4-5
and 11-12. Rehearsals begin early Sept - usually 4 evenings per week.
Please send inquiries to johnsimpson@optonline.net or phone 631-286-1244.

PLAYWRIGHTS

Stagelight Entertainment is hosting a One Act Play Festival at the Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BACCA) Center . The festival
will run during the Lindenhurst Octoberfest weekend from Sept 30 -Oct 2. Looking for writers to submit original one act plays to be
performed. Please contact Kerry Quirke at Stagelightent@aol.com with any questions. All entries to be received by Aug 12.


MEMBER TO MEMBER

From Ellyn Stein
Great article on Actors getting hurt while rehearsing/performing - [ed. - a must read]
http://www.safd.org/tce/07-2011/abuse-job
[ed. - mine and John's lives have been irrevocably damaged by actions that could have and should have been prevented by theater
management and/or other actor's negligent actions. Please, PLEASE read this and demand that all combat/confrontation scenes,
however insignificant you think they may be - BE CHOREOGRAPHED to your satisfaction. No role is worth what we've been, and are
still, going through. For me it's been six years and I have just started additional treatment for pain management. John's injury was
nearly two years ago and he is also in treatment. It doesn't stop when the show ends and is put out of the minds of those responsible.]

From Robin Sabella
Hi, I am a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose women's chapter in Lindenhurst. I want to create a theatre program there, I have a
degree in Speech and Drama and I know the mechanics of putting on a production. What I would need is directors, choreographers,
musical directors, and technical experts. I plan on starting this program next year but I would like to know if there are anyone out there
who would be willing the donate their time and expertise in this project? By answering this e-mail in no way commits you to my project,
I'm just trying to find out if there is an interest. The Loyal Order of the Moose is an organization that helps children and seniors in need.
We have various fund raising events to raise funds.I thought that by having a theatre program would be an excellent way of fund raising
but I didn't want to get in over my head. You can send me an e-mail at robinsabella@yahoo.com Thank you all in advance for any
advice you can give me.

Stage Right Studios (formerly of Diamond Gypsy Productions) is proud to announce the grand opening of our School for the Performing
Arts and Theatrical Production Company. We have a website at www.stagerightstudiosli.com. We are located at the Theatre at Twin
Oaks Country Day School, 458 Babylon Tpke, Freeport. We can be reached at (516) 647-0229. Any questions can be sent to us at
info@stagerightstudiosli.com.

Visit SLTM Films Project 52 - one short film per week for the entire year of 2011
We feature LI actors in these films, so we would love it if the Deb's Web Community could get behind Project 52. Please check us out
@ www.youtube.com/sltmfilms
Love Is... an Original Musical Featuring music and lyrics by Carl J Ferrara
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVkmYHvJ69I


CLASSIFIED
Deb's Web presents ads as a service to educators & performers in the LI Theater Community. In no way should they be construed as
an endorsement. Be sure to research each offering thoroughly as Deb's Web will not be held responsible/liable in any way.

Steven McCasland offers two classes
$175.00 (6 sessions; 3.5 hours each). Both classes $150 for each.
CREATING A CHARACTER Wed from 2-5:30pm or 6:30-10pm
IN PERFORMANCE Thurs from 2-5:30pm or 6:30-10pm
When e-mailing (Steven.McCasland@gmail.com), please tell me which session(s) you prefer!
Tentative start dates Aug 17 and 18.
See SERVICES page for in-depth info.
Gary Piacentini - www.keyboardwiz.com
I have just completed sequencing a 1980's retro musical called Back To The 80's
Set in the USA, it tells the story of the senior class of William Ocean High School that graduated in the 1980's, as remembered and
seen through the eyes of Corey Palmer, who is now 30-something.

Triple Threat Studios will be having a (Pop/Rock) Master Class
Instructor - Karmine Alers (Mimi Marquez in B'way's Rent)
Sun, Aug 7 noon-2PM.
Our one day master classes are an intense study that focus on style, technique, and performance quality with either Broadway
performers, Casting Directors, or other working professionals. Each student will be given time to perform 2, 16-bar cuts of a Pop-Rock
song as they would in an actual audition for a Pop-Rock musical. In this mock audition, students will be given feedback and advice that
will be beneficial for both themselves, and the other students in the master class. Ages 10-21. Space is limited, call today to secure
your spot! (516) 308-7171 www.3threatstudios.com
Triple Threat Studios, 2816 N Jerusalem Rd, E Meadow 11554


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CLOSING

Beehive @ Studio Theatre 7/30

Spamalot @ Gateway Playhouse Patchogue Theater 7/30

A Chorus Line @ Broadhollow's Bay Way Theatre 7/31

Romeo and Juliet @ Arena Repertory Players Vanderbilt Museum Centerport 7/31

Copacabana @ CM Performing Arts Center 7/31

Betty's Summer Vacation @ Bay Street Theatre 7/31

Working @ Southampton Cultural Center 7/31

I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change @ Merrick Theatre & Center for the Arts 7/31

Altar Boyz @ Cultural Arts Playhouse CAP 7/31

Romeo & Juliet @ Theater 2020 7/31

OPENING

Wild Western Tales @ Ivy Lane Players 7/29

Pippin @ James Street Players 7/29 - 31 ONLY!

Romeo and Juliet @ Northeast Stage 7/31

UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS/CAST LISTS/SHAMELESS PLUGS

Please take advantage of special LI offers for Deb's Web readers...

Theatre Three Productions, Inc. presents The Who's TOMMY through Aug 13
Mention Deb's Web and get LI Performer Tickets (as available) for $14. Tickets may only be purchased at the box office directly prior to
performance.

Long Island Comedy - Get 1/2 Priced Tickets at Groupon.com ( LI ) while they last!

AND some special NYC offers for Deb's Web readers...

Now in its 7th Rad year, The Awesome 80S Prom is a “blast-from-the-past” interactive party in the style of Tony 'n Tina's Wedding set
at Wanaget High's Senior Prom...in 1989! Check it out at: http://awesome80sprom.com Get $39.99 tix! (Reg $52.50) Use code
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Check out more about the show at: http://missabigailsguide.com

Come see Broadway’s TONY®-WINNING BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE and BEST BOOK, AVENUE Q at Off-Broadway prices! Use
code AQPROMO5 for tickets as low as $55 at http://avenueq.com

The Woodbury Lights present Leader of the Pack - The Ellie Greenwich Musical
Woodbury United Methodist Church, 577 Woodbury Rd, Woodbury
Aug 5, 6, 12, 13 at 8pm; Aug 7 & 14 at 3pm
Tickets/info (516) 692- 7179
Cast:
Katie Tauches -- Ellie Greenwich
Danny Kani -- Jeff Barry
Danielle Coutieri -- Darlene Love
Danielle Reed -- Annie Golden
Frank Ambrosini -- Gus Sharkey
Marie Vevgas -- Gina
Rebecca Levy -- Jasmine
Pat Tropea -- Rosie
Kayla Sackler -- Shelley
Diana Knoell -- Mickey
Jaime Durrah -- Christopher
John Pane -- Director
Gary Eisele -- Musical Director
Pat Tropea -- Choreographer
Lloyd Baum -- Stage Manager
Featuring well known 60's favorites: Be My Baby, River Deep Mountain High, Da Do Run Run,
                                  I Can Hear Music, Leader of the Pack and many more.
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Ivy Lane Players present Wild Western Tales - 2 one-act plays
July 29, 30, Aug 5, 6 @ 7:30pm
Levittown Public Library, 1 Bluegrass La, Levittown 516-731-5728
Free admission - Tickets available at the library
Call Janine at 516-884-6025 for add'l info
The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Henry Brewer
Cast: Order of Appearance
Emma...JoAnna Lucas
Hanna...Virginia Green
Babsy...Janine Sadowski
Elder Daniels...Larry Martin
Blanco...Stewart Mead
Strapper...Michael Antonelli
Sherriff...Bill Rogers
Feemy...Nella Dawn Casalino
Nestor...Bruce "Ziggy" Segerman
Pete...William Antonelli
"The Woman"...Lisa Meckers
Waggoner Jo...Richard Kaplan
and
Sidekick by HBO's Deadwood & CW Supernatural Star Jim Beaver
Directed by Janine Sadowski
Staring Richard Kaplan as Buck Lucas
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Bay Street Theatre presents the Comedy Club
All shows 8 pm.
Tickets: $60 members, $65 non members
www.baystreet.org or 631-725-9500 or the box office Long Wharf, Sag Harbor
Sat, Aug 6 Fred Armisen
Mon, Aug 15 Elayne Boosler
Mon, Aug 22 Tom Papa
Mon, Aug 29 Andrea Martin
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BroadHollow Theatre Company presents Ain't Retirement Grand
BayWay Arts Center, 265 E Main St, E Islip
Sat, Aug 6 at 2 & 8PM
Sun, Aug 7 at 2PM
All tickets are $15.
Ticket/info/reservations (631) 581-2700 or www.broadhollow.org.
The Cast:
Jack Howell
Mary Ellin Kurtz
Warren Schaefer
Heddy Zirin
Back by popular demand! A new musical welcoming all who qualify into the humorous world of retirement.
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From LI Percussionist Frank Cannon
Some gigs I'll be performing this summer and fall.
Fri, July 28 Peter And The Wolf 7pm Montauk Playhouse
Sat, July 30 The Mangos Lobster Festival Southhold
Sat, Aug 13 Chick P And The Roasted Peppers E Islip Marina 6:30pm
Sun, Aug 21 The Mangos Osprey Winery
Fri, Sept 16 Chick P and The Roasted Peppers E Islip Marina 6pm
Sun, Sept 25 The Mangos Osprey Winery
Sat, Oct 8 Chick P And The Roasted Peppers Peconic Bay Wineries
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The Dix Hills Performing Arts Center presents Uncle Floyd “The King of Vaudeville”
July 30 @ 7:30pm
Tickets are $20
Best known as the star of NBC’s classic The Uncle Floyd Show, and from roles in top motion pictures such as Good Morning Vietnam,
and his long-running weekly Italian radio show, “Uncle” Floyd Vivino, Floyd is most comfortable and locally revered on stage as a
comedian in the great Vaudeville tradition.
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The James Street Players present PIPPIN!
Directed by Chris Rosselli.
July 29 at 8pm, July 30 at 2pm & 8pm, July 31 at 3pm
United Methodist Church, 21 James St, Babylon Village
Tickets are $15.
All proceeds of this show will be donated to the United Methodist Church of Babylon
For more info visit www.jamesstreetplayers.org
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The Big Black Dog Comedy Road Show presents Scott Paparcuri It's STILL All About Me
-As Seen on The Howard Stern Show, HBO, MTV
Featuring: Mark Ferrara/Sai Pathak/Hal B. Davis/Marcus Johnson/Joe Leary
Sat, July 30 at Wickers, 206 West Old Country Rd. Hicksville
$20 Admission & 2 Drink Minimum 9:16 Showtime
Call (516) 749-0440 for reservations and info
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Arena Players Repertory Theatre Company presents Much Ado About Nothing
at the Vanderbilt Mansion
Aug 7 – 2
The Cast:
Cast:
DON PEDRO...Dean Schildkraut
JOHN THE BASTARD/VERGES...Thomas Tafero
CLAUDIO...Dana Jesberger
BENEDICK...Alexander Larkin
LEONATO...Robert Rosin
DOGBERRY...Michael Goodwin
HERO...Katie Rose Perpall
BEATRICE...Cassandra Dupler
MARGARET/URSULA...Katrina Prefontaine
BORACHIO...Thomas Bellezza
FRIAR FRANCIS...John Wolf
MESSENGER/WATCHMAN...Daniel Schinina
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Guild Hall at John Drew Theatre presents Justin Vivian Bond - Dendrophile
Sat, July 30 at 8pm
Prime Orchestra $55/$53 members; Reserved Seating $35/$33 members
158 Main Street, East Hampton 11937; 631.324.4050; Tickets online at GuildHall.org or at Box Office; theatermania.com; or
1.866.811.4111
Recently described as “the greatest cabaret artist of (v’s) generation”, singer, songwriter and Tony-nominated performance artist Justin
Vivian Bond, is an Obie, Bessie and Ethyl Eichelberger Award winner.
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David Houston LITERARY ENTERTAINMENTS presents
ON THE CASE: CHRISTIE MYSTERIES -- at Jericho Public Library, Mon, Aug 1 at 2pm, David Houston, Diana Heinlein, and Rick
Heuthe read three murderously entertaining short stories by Agatha Christie, and Diana as Miss Marple and Rick as Poirot enact a fully
staged one-act by Houston: Getting Away With Murder derived from dialog in a dozen Christie novels.
MARK TWAIN: TELLING TALES -- David Houston plays an elderly Twain giving an hour-long talk on the nature of comedy and wit,
while sharing anecdotes from his private life and reading from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Celebrated Jumping Frog of
Calaveras County. Sun, Aug 7 at 2:30pm; Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum, 1395 Planting Fields Rd, Oyster Bay.
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TRIO Restaurant presents Stevie GB Comedy Show
Holbrook Country Club, 700 Patchogue Holbrook Rd, Holbrook 631-585-4433
Sat, Oct 22nd at 8PM
$10 (plus 2 drink minimum)
UPSCALE - Intimate - Economical
Prime Time Comedy - Not prime time price
Appetizers available for purchase during show.
THREE TOP COMICS - Lineup to be announced.
The premiere show of a monthly event of the newest comedy club on Long Island.
This is a high quality show in an intimate setting. Only holds 70 people so call Kristina to reserve
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Bay Street Theatre presents Enter Laughing, The Musical
Book by Joseph Stein - Music and lyrics by Stan Daniels
Aug 9 - Sept 4
Tues - Sat 8pm, Sun at 7pm; Wed at 2 pm (8/17, 8/24, 8/31), Sat at 4 pm (8/20, 8/27)
Tickets are $65 - $75 631-725-9500 or www.baystreet.org.
First preview 8/9 is "Pay What You Can," tix available at the Box Office after 2pm
Info at www.EnterLaughingTheMusical.com or www.BayStreet.org
The Cast:
Jill Eikenberry
Josh Grisetti
Richard Kind
Kate Shindle
Michael Tucker
Featuring Gina Milo, Erick Devine, Eric Mann, Paul Binotto, Gerry McIntyre,
Betsy DiLello, Emily Shoolin, Ray DeMattis, Phil Reno
Produced by Dan Whitten
Direction and musical staging by Stuart Ross
Music direction by Phil Reno
Scenic design by James Morgan
Costume design by David Toser
Lighting design by Ken Billington
Sound design by Tony Melfa
Set in 1930's, ENTER LAUGHING, The Musical tells the story of young, hapless David Kolowitz, a shop boy from the Bronx who
pursues his dream of becoming a leading man on stage while facing mounting pressures from his despondent girlfriend, dismissive
boss, distracted best friend, disgusted acting coach and disapproving parents.
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SEE Saw Comedy
Strawberry One Act Festival off off BROADWAY - NYC
July 29, Fri 7PM
TICKETS @ http://www.therianttheatre.com/index.php?n=event_calendar (Buy tickets for Series C)
Against the Odds by Doug Cion
Directed by John Dorcic
Starring Doug Cion and Chris Tully
and
THE WOMAN WILL GET HURT!
Written and Directed by John Passadino
Starring Sheilah Barksdale, Laura Parrella and Vincent Compono
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Huntington’s CINEMA ARTS CENTRE presents REJOICE AND SHOUT: A Jubilant Journey Through Gospel Music History @ Guest
Speaker: Producer LI’er JOE LAURO
Tues, Aug 2 at 7:30pm
Members $9 / Public $13. Includes reception. Tickets online at www.CinemaArtsCentre.org at the box office during theatre hours or by
calling Brown Paper Tickets toll free at 1-800-838-3006
This exhilarating and fascinating documentary explores the power, history, and long lasting influence of gospel music, with post-
screening discussion & reception with LI producer Joe Lauro
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Cinema Arts Centre presents Rocky Horror Picture Show with
The Unconventional Conventionalists Live Shadowcast
7/29, 8/20 @ 11:30PM - 631-754-5569
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Mount Carmel Theatre Company Mainstage presents All Shook Up
275 N 8th St, Brooklyn 11211
Aug 11, 12, 13 @ 8pm, Aug 14 @ 2pm
Tickets are $15 Online and $20 at the door
For tickets and all info, please visit WWW.MCTHEATRECOMPANY.ORG
Directed by Adam Mace
Choreographed by Jaime Vacca-Hoefner
Musical Director: Karl M. Johnson
Stage Manager/Set Design: Dan Mace
Asst. Stage Manager: Ed Harly
Lighting Designer: Justin Burke
Costume Designer: Sara Vandenheuvel
Scenic Designer: Gianna Fralonardo
The Cast:
Casey Manning...Chad
Carly Frankel...Natalie Haller
Melissa Fleming...Miss Sandra
Jason Walter Short...Dennis
Katharine Francis...Sylvia
Matt Hunt...Jim Haller
Sandi Oshaben...Lorraine
Fred Mursch...Dean Hyde
Katy Traverson...Mayor Matilda Hyde
William Dreyer...Sheriff Earl
Jovanni Guzman...Warden/Ensemble
Liza Lauren Lucas...Ensemble/Dance Captain
Missy McCoy...Barfly/Ensemble
Mallory Sims...Barfly/Ensemble
Christina Traverson...Barfly/Ensemble
Ensemble: Lenore Marks, Timothy Ng, Justine Roux, Lauren Zaccaro,
Kelsey Amick, Christian Lee Branch, Nicole Cucurullo, Willow Figueroa
ALL SHOOK UP is the story of a small town in Middle America. It is a black and white town where nothing exciting ever happens, that
of course is until a guitar playing Roustabout rides in and makes a change. Inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, it's the
story of love, dreams, and the music inside of us all.
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The Magic of Robert Austin
Aug 4 - 7PM - Mineola Library
Aug 12 - 7PM - Montauk Library
Aug 18 - 7PM (2 shows) - Uniondale Library
Aug 23 - 7PM - E. Islip Library
Oct 30 - 3PM - Freeport Library


YOUTH THEATER

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Please send all youth theater notices to Fran Proto Bookbinder at DebsWebJunior@gmail.com


TRIVIA DEPARTMENT

FILM

ed. asks...
Who played Vimcent Price's mute menacing assistant in the 3-D horror film House of Wax?
Bonus*: What was the actor's real name?
Bonus**: What actor Price's doomed business partner and what character did he make
         famous on a nautical 50's TV show.

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Last Week's Stumper
In the 70's, Jane Fonda won two Oscars for leading roles. Can you name the films?
Bonus* - name the characters she portrayed.
Answer: Klute (1971); Coming Home (1978)
Bonus* Bree Daniels , Sally Bender Hyde
Winner(s): Frank Tangredi*, Rick Grossman*
Honorable Mention: Peter Morrison*, Vince Farago
THEATER

Peter Morrison asks...
What show from the 70's offers a musical number in which cheerleaders dance with life-size dummy replicas of themselves? Who
wrote music and lyrics? Bonus*: Who staged the musical numbers?

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Last Week's Stumper
In which show does a woman sing a love ballad while supposedly being run through with several swords?
Who played the woman in the original cast? What is the song? Bonus*: Who wrote music and lyrics for the show?
Answer: Carnival (Imperial/Winter Garden, 4/13/61-1/5/63, 719 perf), Kaye Ballard; It Was Always You
Bonus*: Bob Merrill
Winner(s): Frank Tangredi*, Michael Manuelian*
Honorable Mention: Michael McAuliffe*, Rick Grossman*, Jeffrey Sanzel*

THIS WEEK IN BROADWAY HISTORY

July 24, 1996 - The Fantasticks gives it 15,000th performance.

July 25, 1975 - A Chorus Line opens at the Shubert Theatre and runs for 6,137 performances

Aug 2, 1977-Mary Martin tears ligaments in her knee while rehearsing Do You Turn Somersaults? in Knoxville,TN.

Aug 3, 1943 -Irene Worth makes her Broadway debut in the crime drama The Two Mrs. Carrolls.

TELEVISION

ed. asks...
How old was Clark Kent when he landed his job at the Daily Planet on the Superman TV series starring George Reeves?

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Last week's stumper:
Two members pf The A Team had names with initials - B.A. Baracus and H.M. Murdock.
What did the initials stand for?
Answer: Bad Attitude, Howling Mad
Winner(s): ;- (

CROSSOVER

ed. asks...
Why does Mr. Spock have green skin?

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Last week's stumper:
What American stage and screen actress was the first to have a theater named after her? Bonus* What year?
Answer: Ethel Barrymore (1928)
Winner(s): Frank Tangredi


HUMOR submitted by Rich McDermott

SAVED BY THE BELLBOY
Bayside High's senior prom is ruined by a wacky hotel employee whose ineptness wrecks the ballroom.
Things get worse when Screech replaces him.


COOL WEB SITE - submitted by David Houston

Web-Site Story - great!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HnS_W2zA4E


MILESTONES
LI birthday/anniversary info by Mary Ellin Kurtz at maryellin@optonline.net
Celebrity births/deaths by Gary Tifeld
Upcoming LI celebrations: Happy Birthday to you all!
BORN 7/29
Actor Lloyd Bochner born 1924
Actor David Warner (Time After Time, Time Bandits) is 70
Actress Alexandra Paul (Baywatch) is 48
Actor Rodney Allen Rippy is 43
Actor Wil Wheaton (Stand By Me, Star Trek:TNG) is 39
Actor Stephen Dorff (Backbeat) is 38
DIED 7/29
Actress/Dancer Lorene Yarnell (Shields & Yarnell) – 2010 – Aneurysm
Broadcaster Tom Snyder (Tomorrow) – 2007 – Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
Actor David Niven - 1983 - Lou Gehrig's disease

BORN 7/30
Actor Dick Wilson ("please don't squeeze the Charmin") born 1916
Actor Edd Byrnes (77 Sunset Strip) is 78
Director Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show) is 72
Singer Paul Anka (Diana) is 69
Jazz musician David Sanborn is 66
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger (Gov. Terminator) is 64
Actor William Atherton (Ghostbusters) is 64
Actor Jean Reno (The Specialist) is 63
Actor Frank Stallone is 61
Actor Ken Olin (thirtysomething) is 57
Actress Delta Burke (Designing Women) is 55
Actor Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) is 50
Actress Lisa Kudrow (Friends) is 48
Actress Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day) is 47
Actor Tom Green (Road Trip) is 40
Actress Christine Taylor (The Brady Bunch Movie) is 40
Actress Hilary Swank (Boys Don't Cry, Million Dollar Baby) is 37
DIED 7/30
Director Ingmar Bergman (Fanny & Alexander) – 2007
Lyricist Howard Dietz (That's Entertainment) - 1983 - Parkinson's disease
Actor Myron McCormick (South Pacific) - 1962 – Cancer

BORN 7/31
Actor Don Murray (Bus Stop) is 82
Actor Geoffrey Lewis is 76
Actress France Nuyen (The World of Suzie Wong) is 72
Actress Susan Flannery (The Bold and the Beautiful) is 68
Actress Geraldine Chaplin (Chaplin) is 67
Singer Gary Lewis is 65
Actor Barry Van Dyke (Diagnosis: Murder) is 60
Actor Michael Biehn (The Terminator) is 55
Actor Wesley Snipes (Passenger 57) is 49
Actor Dean Cain (Lois & Clark) is 45
Actor Loren Dean (Billy Bathgate) is 42
DIED 7/31
Musician Mitch Miller (Sing-A-Long with Mitch) – 2010
Actor/Dancer Bobby Van (No No Nannette) - 1980 - Brain cancer

BORN 8/1
Composer Lionel Bart (Oliver!) born 1930
Actress/Playwright Julie Bovasso (Saturday Night Fever) born 1930
Director/Choreographer Geoffrey Holder (The Wiz) is 81
Actor Dom DeLuise (Silent Movie) born 1930
Actor Terry Kiser (Weekend at Bernie's) is 72
Actor Giancarlo Giannini (Seven Beauties) is 69
Musician Jerry Garcia (The Grateful Dead) born 1942
Actor Adrian Dunbar (Hear My Song) is 53
Actor/Comedian Taylor Negron (Fast Times at Ridgemont High) is 53
Actor Jesse Borrego (Fame) is 49
Singer Coolio (Artis Ivey Jr.) is 48
Director Sam Mendes (Cabaret, American Beauty) is 46
DIED 8/1
Actor Benson Fong (Kung Fu, Flower Drum Song) - 1987 - Stroke
Actress Pola Negri - 1987 - Pneumonia
Writer Paddy Chayefsky (Marty, Network) - 1981 - Cancer
Actress Frances Farmer - 1970 - Esophageal cancer

BORN 8/2
**Future LI Performer Stacey Pena Sunshine**
Producer Jack L. Warner born 1892
Actress Helen Morgan (Showboat) born 1900
Actress Myrna Loy (The Thin Man) born 1905
Actress Beatrice Straight (Network, Poltergeist) born 1914
Actor Gary Merrill (All About Eve) born 1915
Actor Peter O'Toole (Lawrence of Arabia) is 79
Actor Max Wright (ALF) is 68
Actress Joanna Cassidy (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?) is 66
Actress Kathryn Harrold (Modern Romance) is 61
Actor Butch Patrick (The Munsters) is 58
Actress Victoria Jackson (SNL) is 52
Actress Cynthia Davidson (Dead Like Me) is 49
Actress Mary-Louise Parker (Proof, Weeds) is 47
Actor Edward Furlong (T2: Judgment Day) is 34
Actress Hallie Kate Eisenberg (The Women) is 19
DIED 8/2
Opera singer Loulie Jean Norman (Porgy & Bess, Star Trek) - 2005
Actress Cathleen Nesbitt (My Fair Lady) - 1982 - Natural causes
Comedienne Totie Fields - 1978 - Diabetes

BORN 8/3
Actress Dolores Del Rio (Flying Down to Rio) born 1905
Actress Maria Karnilova (Fiddler on the Roof) born 1920
Actress Jean Hagen (Singin' in the Rain) born 1923
Actor Edward Petherbridge (Nicholas Nickleby) is 75
Director Steven Berkoff is 74
Actor Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now) is 71
Director John Landis (Animal House) is 61
Actor Jay North (Dennis the Menace) is 60
Actor John C. McGinley (Scrubs) is 52
Actress Molly Hagan (Herman's Head) is 50
Actor Carlo Imperato (Fame) is 48
Actor John Femia (Square Pegs) is 45
DIED 8/3
Actor Christopher Hewett (Mr. Belvedere, The Producers) - 2001 - Diabetes
Actress Ida Lupino - 1995 - Stroke
Actress Carolyn Jones (The Addams Family) - 1983 - Colon cancer
Comedian Lenny Bruce - 1966 - Drug overdose

BORN 8/4
**LI Performer/Director/Producer Bob Spiotto**
Actor Comedian Richard Belzer (Homicide) is 67
Actor/Singer Richard White (Beauty & the Beast) is 58
Actor Billy Bob Thornton (Sling Blade) is 56
DIED 8/4
Actress Ileen Getz (3rd Rock From the Sun) - 2005 - Cancer
Producer/Actor Lorenzo Music (Rhoda) - 2001 - Lung/bone cancer
Actor Victor Mature (Samson & Delilah - 1999 - Leukemia
Actor Melvyn Douglas (Being There) - 1981 - Pneumonia
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And please remember...
if you're not in a show, see one and support L I Theater. I do.
[If you want your friends to support you when you perform, direct, or tech a show please support them.] Here's what's playing...
http://www.debsliweb.homestead.com/CurrentlyPlaying.html

Love to you all,
Debbie

								
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