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Benefit Performance: The Long-Awaited Debut of Marnie & Phil: A Circus Love Letter

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Saturday, 13 February 2016
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Saturday, 13 February 2016 - 7:30pm
Benefit Performance: The Long-Awaited Debut of Marnie & Phil: A Circus Love Letter

Benefit Performance

The Long-Awaited Debut of Marnie & Phil: A Circus Love Letter

 

For years, David Catlin and Sylvia Hernandez-DiStasi have created theatre magic as director and choreographer – Lookingglass Alice, Moby Dick, and The Little Prince – that have delighted audiences near and far.

For months they have also been working on a brand new show that sees them performing together on stage as lifelong friends, Marnie & Phil.

Be the first to see this charming story of a fifty-year friendship that also features Jeremy Sonkin, Samuel Taylor, Javen Ulambayar, and Lindsey Noel Whiting.

Please join us opening night, Saturday, February 13th at 7:30 pm

Admission includes a Post-show reception sponsored by UNION and 27 LIVE and supports artist development programs.

Purchase your tickets now!

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The Actors Gymnasium

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