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OPEN MIC NIGHT WITH RICH & KYLE AT Performances Thursday to Saturday 8pm Sunday April Jeffrey Sanzel (who has directed 10 of the 11 previous
COOL BEANZ ST. JAMES 5th and 26th at 3pm and Sunday Festivals) and original music is being composed by
SATURDAY NIGHTS, Sign up 7:30PM, from 8PM April 19th at 7pm. Tickets: Sat. evening $28, Friday Jennifer Testa, whose work has included four previ-
– 11PM For schedule of Poetry Night, Teen Open Mic evenings $23 and all other performances ous Festivals. Costume design will be by Randall
Night, Psychic Night and Music Events. Call: 862- $21; student prices $14 and Senior discounts available. Parsons and Bonnie Vidal. Scenic design is by Danny
4111 email: saintjamescoolbeanz@optonline.net. Cool THEATRE THREE, 412 Main Street, Port Jefferson. Amy. The evening will be stage managed by Elizabeth
Beanz Coffee House, 556-04 North Country Road, St. Call (631) 928-9100 or www.theatrethree.com Trupia.
James .
THE 12TH Annual Festival of One Act Plays on the Please note that the performance dates are spo-
SINGLES SCENE
Second Stage at the Theatre radic:
Theatre Three presents the 12th Annual Festival of Sunday, March 1 at 7:00 pm
Wednesday, April 15th
One-Act Plays which opens on March 1 for a 10-per- Saturday, March 7 at 3:00 pm
formance run. As always, the evening offers a diverse Sunday, March 8 at 7:00 pm
Jonathans Ristorante –Italian Elegance & Class
and unusual range of works to entertain, to intrigue, ednesdayW , March 11 at 8:00 pm
**New Date** Tax Day!
and to fascinate. Saturday, March 14 at 3:00 pm
15 Wall Street, Huntington (631) 549-0055 6:45
Over the past 11 seasons, the Festival has presented 57 Sunday, March 15 at 3:00 pm
pm Seating Assignment and Optional before Dinner
premieres of plays submitted from across the world. ednesdayW , March 18 at 8:00 pm
Drinks 7:30 pm Dinner is Served. $60.00 -Includes
This year, six have been selected from some 600 sub- Saturday, March 21 at 3:00 pm
Full Course Dinner, Gratuity & Tax & Complimentary
missions: BACK TO NORMAL by Tom Moran; BEEP Friday, March 27 at 8:00 pm
Glass of Wine. Jonathans Ristorante in Huntington on
by Joe Godfrey; BLEND by Guillermo Reyes; JUST Saturday, March 28 at 8:00 pm
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 is. In the Heart of Down-
BUSINESS by Jeff Carter; THE VICAR, OR “HESI-
town Huntington, Reservations for Dinner at Jonathans
TANCY” by Shannon Reed; and THE WORM by Tom THEATRE THREE, 412 Main Street, Port Jefferson.
must be received by April 10, 2009. Mem-
Deiker. Call (631) 928-9100 or www.theatrethree.com
bership required. www.TheSingleGourmet.
org or call 516 897-8448
Runs to April 26th
Friday, April 24TH
Curtains, The Musical at Smithtown Per-
forming Arts Center
Palm Court at The Carltun at Eisenhower
Park! Affordable Opulence!
Based on the original book and concept by
Eisenhower Park (Merrick Ave.) East
Peter Stone, the musical is a send-up of back-
Meadow (516) 542-0700
stage murder mystery plots, set in 1959 Boston,
6:45 pm Seating Assignment and Optional
Massachusetts and follows the fallout when the
before Dinner Drinks, 7:30 pm Dinner is
supremely untalented star of Robbin’ Hood of
Served
the Old West is murdered during her opening
$60.00 -Includes Full Course Dinner, Gratu-
night curtain call. Can a police detective/musi-
ity & Tax & Complimentary Glass of Wine
cal theatre fan save the show, solve the case,
Reservations for Dinner at Palm Court at the
and maybe even find love before the show
Carltun must be received by April 20, 2009
reopens, without getting killed himself?
Membership required. www.TheSingleGour-
met.org or call 516 897-8448
Ticket Price: $30.00 Friday/Saturday; $26.00
Sunday/Thursday; $18.00 Student w/ID
Tickets by Phone: 866-811-4111 (Toll Free)
SPEAKERS AND
Smithtown Performing Arts Center, 2 E. Main
PROGRAMS
Street, Smithtown
For Tickets call (631) 724-3700 or email:
Friday, April 17th
smithtownpac.org
The Lunch Group with Speaker at The
Runs to April 19th
Country House In Stony Brook
Lunch and presentation, starts at 12 noon
The dozen actors who make up this year’s company Little omen – W The Musical
For reservations contact thelunchgroup@verizon.net as
include returning performers Danny Amy, Dana Bush, Music by Jason Howland, Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
early as possible.
Phyllis March, Bill Pierce, Debbie Starker, Stephen and book by Alan Knee.
Wangner, and Festival veteran Brian Smith, who has Musical based on Louisa May Alcott’s own family
SPORTS
appeared in nine previous Festivals and over 20 plays. experiences and novel. Powerful score
They will be joined by Anya Absten, Ryan Alvarado, Soars with the sounds of personal discovery, healing
Megan Bush, Toni Carraci, and Keith Schneider. and hope.
SPRING ON THE L.I. GREENBELT TRAILS
The dangers of political correctness and the potential John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main St., Northport.
HIKING TRAILS, GET OUT AND ALKW
destruction facing our education system is the subject Tickets: 631-261-2900 or www.engemantheater.com
For full schedule contact: L.I. Greenbelt Trail Confer-
of the hilarious BACK TO NORMAL. BEEP is an
ence, P.O. Box 5636, Hauppauge
unusual look at relationships as one man faces his an- Runs to April 23rd – May 22nd
Call 631 360-0753 or ligreenbelt@verizon.net
swering machine. Author Joe Godfrey’s SWAN SONG
was featured in the 2002 Festival. BLEND’s disturbing Home with Marilyn Monroe – A St. George Produc-
John Pavacic, Commissioner of Suffolk County
anatomy of perception explores issues of identity as a tion
Parks
young woman’s presence creates upheaval in a small Musical Theater Tribute Performances and High
Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference Annual
Arizona town. JUST BUSINESS is a darkly comic Tea Luncheon depicting the life of Marilyn Monroe.
Members Meeting
entanglement where a “business deal” is not what it Come and enjoy Miss Marilyn Monroe visiting the
1PM. Cold Spring Harbor Library on the Lower level.
seems; Jeff Carter’s plays were seen in two previous home of Faye Emerson and be mesmerized.
L.I. Greenbelt Trail Conference, P.O. Box 5636,
festivals - BREAK OF DAY (2006) and THE AGE $42 general admission; $40 Seniors and groups of 20
Hauppauge
OF UGLY SHOES (2007). THE VICAR, OR “HESI- or more $37.
Call 631 360-0753 or ligreenbelt@verizon.net
TANCY” is a light romantic comedy set in a struggling WMHO Educational and Cultural Center
Lutheran church; playwright Shannon Reed’s works Call for registration 631 689-5888 or www.wmho.org.
THEATER
were seen in 2006 with BOUND FOR GLORY and
2007 with WELCOME TO YOUR LIFE. Suggested by
I AM MY OWN WIFE at Theatre Three in Port
the true story of serial killer Pedro Alonso Lopez, THE
Jefferson
WORM is a devastating confrontation of responsibility
Jeffrey Sanzel in a play by Doug Wright and directed
as a nun is haunted by an act of mercy.
by Mary Powers
The evening is directed by Executive Artistic Director

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