March 08, 2008
Two first class acts to help support the research and outreach of Rosendale’s Save the Lakes effort, which questions the large-scale development proposed for the William’s Lake property.
Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine have perpetrated their political satire, literary lampoons, and folk-music spoofs all over the country in clubs, coffeehouses, colleges, correctional facilities, and on one unfortunate (for them) occasion, at a National Rifle Association clambake. They were recently awarded a Heimlich scholarship by the Jewish Federation of Greater Kripplebush, which they will use to research the ukelele klezmer tradition of the great Hasidic kahunas of Hawaii.
At this Cafe performance, Anton Chekhov’s one act play “The Bear” will star Richard Scofield, Jack Kroll and Mourka. A Company of Two or More is a production company which presents short one act plays with two or more characters and stages them in people’s parlors, living rooms, on a permanent stage, or no stage at all; perhaps even on a magic carpet or a lawn. The idea is to present live theatre at parties and events within an intimate setting.
“Chekhov and Horowitz… how many aroused Rabbinical students can you get into a phone booth? Be there to find out.” –Cafe Guide
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** Please note: due to the limited seating and intimate setting at the Cafe, we cannot accept reservations or provide advanced ticket sales.