ARTS FOR ALL CABARET: A BENEFIT FOR IN-NEED CHILDREN

Genre: Musical, Other
Directed By -TINA MARIE CASAMENTO

Arts for All, Inc. is a non-profit arts outreach organization serving in-need children in the greater
New York City area. Since 2003, Arts for All, Inc. has led professional artists of all disciplines to
share moments of joy and creation with disadvantaged youth.
This year, we are relying on you to support our mission, by coming to a cabaret of songs and true
stories of the inspiration that brought art into the lives of our performing artists when they were
children. We need you in the audience, to help us continue to bring that kind of inspiration to the
children we serve!
Please join Arts for All, Inc. at the renowned Flea Theater, located at 41 White Street,
between Broadway and Church Street, on Sunday, April 26th, and Monday, April 27th, at
7:00pm, to benefit New Yorkʼs in-need youth.
Performers
JUSTIN BRILL* ROBIN CANNON NANCI DOORLEY* SUSIE HAND* AMANDA HUNT
KRISTIE KERWIN* PAUL MARTIN KOVIC* MEGAN JIMENEZ* JENNY LONG
HARRIET PICKER ANNA ROBERTS* CHANA ROTHMAN LENA MOY-BORGEN
ALAN OSTROFF* TOM PATTERSON ANDREW RASMUSSEN* JASON ROSENBAUM
MIRANDA SHEILDS ADAM SHORSTEN*
*Appears courtesy of the Actorsʼ Equity Association
Production Team
CO-PRODUCERS-ANNA ROBERTS OSTROFF, ALAN OSTROFF, DIRECTOR-TINA MARIE
CASAMENTO, ACCOMPANIST- DAVID LIBBY, STAGE MANAGER-ARIENNE PELLETIER*
Dates
Sunday, April 26th and Monday, April 27th
Time
7:00PM
Location
The Flea Theater
41 White Street
Between Broadway and Church
Subway
A, C, E, N, R, Q, W, 6, J, M, Z to Canal Street or the 1 to Franklin Street.
Suggested tax-deductible donations will be credited on our website as follows:
$25 - $49 - Stagehand
$50 - $74 - Artist
$75 - $99 - Director
$100 and up – Producer
Tickets available at the door, or send a donation and reserve in advance by email: info@arts-forall.
org. For more information, call 212-591-6108 or visit www.arts-for-all.org.

The Flea Theater, under Artistic Director Jim Simpson and Producing Director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York's leading Off-Off-
Broadway companies. Founded in 1996, The Flea's mission is to raise the standards of Off-Off-Broadway for artists and audiences
alike. The Flea's two intimate spaces are a home for established artists taking new risks, emerging artists developing their ideas, and
mid-career artists building sustained identities. The Flea has been awarded a Drama Desk, an Otto, and numerous OBIEs for its
commitment to adventurous theater. Past productions include the premieres of Anne Nelson's The Guys, four plays by A.R. Gurney
(Post Mortem, O Jerusalem, Screenplay, and Mrs. Farnsworth), Mac Wellman's Cellophane and Two September, Roger Rosenblatt's
Ashley Montana Goes Ashore..., Elizabeth Swados' JABU, Karen Finley's Return of the Chocolate Smeared Woman, Yussef El
Guindi's Back of the Throat, Julian Sheppard's Los Angeles, Adam Rapp's Bingo with the Indians and Will Eno's Oh, The Humanity..
To learn more about The Flea, visit www.theflea.org.

Open:   04/26/09
Close:   04/27/09

Schedule:
7PM
Theater:   Flea Theater Mainstage
Address:   41 White Street
New York, NY 10013
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Directions
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Closest Subway: N,R to Canal Street; walk south to White, west to theatre

Cost:Suggested tax-deductible donations will be credited on our website as follows: or Call: at