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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