Invitation to CCT’s Kick-Off Benefit
Draper student Elaine Molinaro is a Co-Director of Culture Connection Theater, an organization with the very cool “mission to foster connections between people of different countries.” The Theater is having a benefit in November with cocktails and a performance. See below for more details!
Co-Directors Jonathan Green and Elaine Molinaro invite you to
Culture Connection Theater’s
Thurs., Nov. 13th
Fri., Nov. 14th
Scenes from “How I Learned to Drive”
by Paula Vogel
featuring Angela Leavens-Smith and Phil Rafferty
The Culture Loft at
13 Montclair Ave.
Montclair, NJ 07042
at Walnut St. train station next door,
train schedule posted on website)
Ticket price: $45
by replying to this email
pre-purchase online or
donate if you cannot attend
Culture Connection Theater’s mission is to foster connections between people through culture. We produce collaborations between artists of different cultures in order to break down barriers of racism, sexism and prejudice, to allow American audiences to experience other cultures, to shed light on our own culture and to engage, comment and ask questions
about world events.
by Marguerite Duras
and Nathalie Sarraute
January 7-18, 2015
at Luna Stage Theatre
in West Orange, NJ.
*Culture Connection Theater is a member company of New York Live Arts, Inc., a non-profit tax-exempt organization and of The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York. All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law. (d2).
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