Monthly Archives: July 2016

From Fields of Dreams to Forks Aplenty

With the foodie explosion of fresh farm to table, the Concern Foundation took this concept to a whole new playing field with their recent fundraiser for Cancer research, “Fields of Dreams,” at the Paramount backlot.  With local and organic offerings … Continue reading

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9 Winning One Acts at Noho Arts

The Group Rep at Lonny Chapman in Noho Arts District presents nine winning one acts, each in its own way, telling of the disparate, disaffiliated, yet lucky longing for connection and belonging. “The Third Person,” written by Dan Borengasser is … Continue reading

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13th Spring’s Upon Us…at the Fringe

“Thirteenth Spring,” written by Amanda Jane Shank and directed by Fernando Belo, is a completely original version of the Anne Frank story.  The first five minutes take place completely in the dark, nary the sound of groans of people obviously … Continue reading

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