Wednesday, November 28, 2007

JTMF Alumni News

JTMF Alumni News #6 - December, 2007
Coming Attractions:
The James Tolin Memorial Fund is proud to announce their Sixth Annual AIDS Benefit, featuring Joe Orton's madhouse sex farce, What the Butler Saw, on June 20, 21 and 22, 2008. The production includes our first ever Sunday matinee. After a trip to Psycho Beach, the only logical place to go? Why, the madhouse, of course. But this is no ordinary madhouse. Here, the doctors are crazier than the patients and no one is truly who they appear to be. Sex; drugs; cross-dressing and other assorted mayhem are all on the bill in Orton's 1970 comedy of errors. Ticket sales are already breaking records for a JTMF show, so don't hesitate; order your tickets now by clicking on the link to the Kelsey Theatre, conveniently located to the right of this entry.Watch this space or visit http://www.jtmf.org/ for more details.
Special Announcements:
Nicole Patrick (Psycho Beach Party) wants everyone to know that her website is now available for viewing. Says Nicole: "Just wanted to let everyone know that my website has been up and running for a few weeks now. I'll be posting blogs keeping everyone up to date on what I've been up to and (hopefully) any shows that I'll be in. CHECK IT OUT (AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS!!!!)" Nicole's site can be found at http://www.thenicolepatrick.com/. Make sure you check it out!
All of us at the James Tolin Memorial Fund would like to wish you and yours a joyous and safe Holiday Season.
In Case You Missed It:
JTMF Alumni Jodi P. Person (Mr. Charles...); Melanie Britten (Psycho Beach Party); Josiah DeAndrea (The Altruists; Psycho Beach Party) and technicians Robert Terrano and Chris Ghaffoor all participated in Seven Deadly Sins, a collection of one act plays and dance pieces at MCCC's Studio Theatre, November 9th through the 18th.
Ev Connoly (The Odd Couple); Charlie Teasenfitz (Jeffrey; Torch Song Trilogy) and Glen Calhoun (Stage Technician, Psycho Beach Party) were all seen in the Fourth Wall Theatre Company's production of The Lion in Winter, October 19th through November 3rd.

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