Maykr is an ongoing archive of blog posts dating from 2005 about art and artists around....but not limited to the Beacon, NY area.

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Flying Swine benefit

Two Nights of Top Notch Entertainment

Benefiting One Great Cause -

Bringing the best of new theatre to the
Hudson Valley

Join us on Friday evening, May 26 beginning at 7
At the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon (477 Main Street) for


Beacon’s best restaurants are coming together to give you a culinary sample of the
best and brightest this region has to offer. Enjoy a variety of tastings in food and
beverage and plan your next fine dining evening right here in the Hudson Valley.

While your palette is rejoicing, FLYING SWINE presents a feast for the eyes, ears,
heart and soul with scenes from scheduled upcoming productions featuring the
some of the best artists working on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and the finest
regional repertory theatres.

An evening of fun fare and tasty tidbits, along with a silent auction, provides a
chance to support the best new theatre in New York, right in your own backyard.

“With a classical background and a punk sensibility, FLYING SWINE dissects
the soul’s place in the world, using everything in their power to create a live, raw
experience that reminds a modern society why there’s still great value in gathering
‘round the communal fire to hear and tell stories.”

All proceeds benefit FLYING SWINE’s 2006-2007 production season.
Tickets are $100 per person and are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed
by law. Bring your friends and make a night of it!

Reservations may be made by calling 845.230.7010. Space is limited and tickets
will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.

On Saturday evening, May 27 at 8

At the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon (477 Main Street) for

BEACON: Sounds of Life

A benefit concert in preparation for our Fall production, “Signs of Life” by Deborah Brevoort

Peformer Roster TBA .
Tickets $25 per person

Come to one or both great evenings and help launch the SWINE!

Donald Kimmel
Artistic Director

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