Monday nights in September, October and November
Playwrights Workshop Series
This program is co-sponsored with Staten Island Playwrights Collective. Meetings will take place on three Monday nights in September, October and November. Dates to be announced. Staten Island playwrights are invited to bring a piece to work on.
September 19, 20, 26, 27, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.
Closing matinee on September 28 at 3:00 p.m.
"Old Ringers", a comedy by Joe Simonelli
Back by popular demand, Staten Island Playwright Joe Simonelli's hilarious comedy about five down on their luck seniors trying to earn some extra cash by doing phone sex from home. The calls will be coming in at the Unitarian Church Fellowship Hall on Fillmore Street!
Tickets: $18 for general admission, $15 for seniors (65 and over).
For reservations: Call 347-355-8989.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to performance.
October 1 - November 15, 2014
Art Exhibit: Synchronicity: Subverted-Religion And God’s External Nature As Spiritual Symbiosis
Artist: Stephen Barnett
“This show’s collection represents a symbiotic relationship between my spiritual
connection to ‘Mother-Nature’ and the ‘Father-dominated organized-religion’ from which I was
raised as a child.” -- Stephen Barnett
The works will be on display in the Church Sanctuary from October 1st through November 15, 2014. Admission is free.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Oktoberfest Dinner at 6:00 p.m./Concert at 7:30 p.m.
Brass and Bratwurst in New Brighton
Get ready to feast and polka! The Arts Committee will sponsor a pre-concert Oktoberfest dinner in the UCSI Fellowship Hall, followed by a Viva Voce Brass performance of lively German music (and more) in the Church Sanctuary. Dinner will be accompanied by traditional Oktoberfest beverages from the new Flagship Brewery.
Viva Voce Brass includes Joe Loposky and Dr. Richard Titone, trumpets; Dr. Carolyn Clark, horn; Kevin Clark, trombone; and Larry Zaidan, tuba. Selections for the concert will include the highly appropriate “Beer Barrel Polka,” “Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen,” “Autumn Leaves,” and a variety of other toe-tapping tunes. Dr. Carolyn Clark has served as Music Director of the Unitarian Church for the past 14 years.
Admission for both events is $15. Separate admission for the concert is $5.
November 15 until December 28, 2014.
First Sunday Intergenerational Arts Project:
Each participant will write a story in 50 to 100 words on one side of a book cover about a childhood memory of a store they grew up with. On the other side will be a picture of the store or a map of the person’s home town. The finished art piece will be hung as part of an art exhibition in the Church Sanctuary.
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