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Offline toddg

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Nov. 16, Sunday, 10 a.m.
Lecture, "Kiev to Broadway"
Jewish Center of Jackson Heights, 77th St. & 37th Ave.

Information: 718.457.0442.

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"Kiev to Broadway: The Creative Journey of Stage Designer Boris Aronson"
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2008, 10:04:11 PM »
Jim Steere asked that I post this:


"Kiev to Broadway: 

The Creative Journey of Stage Designer Boris Aronson"

will be held at the 

Jewish Center of Jackson Heights
77th Street & 37th Avenue
Jackson Heights, Queens

call for directions: 718-457-0442

Sunday November 16 at 10am

I hope you can attend.

My best,

Jim Steere

Boris Aronson, best remembered for the Harold Prince musicals "Cabaret," "Follies," and "A Little Night Music," was one of the American theater's most innovative and versatile stage designers. He created sets and costumes for hundreds of productions including the Yiddish Art Theater, the Group Theater and Broadway.

Jim Steere has designed sets for off-Broadway, regional theater, summer stock and dance (Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Hartford Ballet). He has worked as a scenic artist on such films as "The Wiz", Ragtime", and the Academy Award winning "Dances with Wolves".


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"Kiev to Broadway: The Creative Journey of Stage Designer Boris Aronson"
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2008, 10:04:11 PM »