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THE WORLD PREMIERE OF LOWDOWN LIES

ARMORY SQUARE PLAYHOUSE PROUDLY PRESENTS . . . . .
AT REDHOUSE, THE WORLD PREMIERE OF “LOWDOWN LIES”
A NEW PLAY BY JEFF KRAMER, RUNNING JUNE 15 – 17 AND 22 – 24

Hello, this is Jeff Kramer. I’m the contributing humor columnist for the Post-Standard, and the newest member of the spamming community. Please forgive the intrusion, but I want to make sure you know about my new play, “Lowdown Lies,” a two-act comedy playing two weekends in June at Redhouse. It’s about a man whose fear of getting a vasectomy is outstripped only by his fear of telling his wife he didn’t go through with it. It’s funny, and it’s legit, not like the usual hyperbole and nonsense I have in my column.

Fact is, some impressive names have hitched their wagon to this first-ever script of mine. We’re lucky to have four experienced actors with great chemistry and impeccable comic timing: Moe Harrington, Jennifer FLynn, Mark Eischen, Brendon Cole. Add in the inspired direction of local legend Len Fonte, who spent years turning Nottingham High School into a drama dynasty, and you can see why we’re so excited about this production.

Opening night — June 15 — is nearly sold out already, but there are still good seats for June 16 and Father’s Day, June 17, and for the second weekend, June 22-24.

Prices are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and students with I.D. Friday and Saturday performances are 8 at p.m.; Sunday shows are at 2 p.m.

To reserve tickets, phone Redhouse at (315) 425-0405 or purchase online at http://www.theredhouse.org.

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The Right To Read : Documentary Screening and Discussion

Community Folk Art Center 805 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY, United States

Join The NAACP Syracuse Onondaga County Branch and Community Folk Art Center for a special screening and panel discussion of The Right To Read. This viewing will occur on Thursday, […]

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A Celebration of Black Icons in Dance

Community Folk Art Center 805 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY, United States

Join Classical Dance Trailblazer, Charles Haislah, The Creative Arts Academy, and CFAC-DanceLab for an evening of captivating performances and dance history. This event is free and open to the community!

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