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Bill Brooks, Edd Clark and Steven Tharp return in December with A Three Tenor Christmas! The Christmas show is filled with the exciting arrangements, humor and great singing that the 3 Tenors have become known for. The arrangements are by music director Paul Stephan, and feature Billy Joel’s He’s Right on Time, Ann Hampton-Callaway’s God Bless My Family, and perennial holiday favorites The Merry Christmas Polka, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Winter Wonderland, and Oh Holy Night. David Finkle wrote “…how much room is there for three new tenors who’ve decided to goose their disparate careers by banding together? You’d better make room…they could be booked immediately into the best rooms in the country” and Jerry Osterberg from Cabaret Scenes said “The primary thing to say about these singers is that their voices, both singly and collectively, are fantastic!”
LADIES & GENTLEMEN…BOYS & GIRLS…FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY…ALL TICKETS TO THE BIG APPLE CIRCUS WILL BENEFIT CITYMEALS-ON-WHEELSPresented by CITYMEALS-ON-WHEELS
For one night only – on Friday, December 13th – 100% of all tickets purchased for The Big Apple Circus’ 6:30 p.m. show, will benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels and provide thousands of frail, homebound elderly New Yorkers with a lifeline of nutritious home-delivered meals and companionship. The evening is made possible through the generosity of a longtime friend of Citymeals. With no seat more than 50-feet from ringside, this season’s show, Luminocity, will dazzle audience members with the “high-spirits and pulse-racing thrills of the World’s Greatest Circus Artists.” Performances by high-flying trapeze artists, amazing dog tricks, clowns, jugglers, an irrepressible flimflam man, acrobats, a cavalcade of magnificent steeds and wire- walkers make up the fun- filled, action-packed two-hour event.
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Grammy-nominated jazz guitarist and composer Amanda Monaco is a staple in the Queens jazz scene. Here she brings her quartet “Formula One,” which plays original compositions inspired by car racing, and keeping with the season, intertwines some favorite holiday songs!
This one day joint training with Enterprise and NeighborWorks will cover: • What, Why and How of Business Continuity Plans. • Participants will identify the topics to be included in their organization’s Business Continuity Plan including staffing, communications, insurance, and record storage • Participants will be able to explain how to use the manual provided at the training to develop a Business Continuity Plan for their organization • Participants will be able to identify and list the roles of local, state and federal government in preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation and describe the process required to bring federal assistance following a disaster. • Participants will summarize how to successfully coordinate supplemental recovery funding with FEMA/SBA/CCBG funds.