Fri-yay!! We’re welcoming the weekend as we wind down a busy week!! Come join us for some yummies and a chat ... today we’re busy bees and we’ll be serving up
Caramelized onion with bacon and Brie
Turkey with smoked Gouda
Reuben on rye
Ham pineapple Brie
Chicken figs and feta
Grilled cheese with guacamole
The Grinch is playing next door... stop by for a half price drink to enjoy at the show (simply present your smart day movie stub)
Waiting for Godot || May, 2010
Directed by Tony Ciaravino (soon to be seen in Little Foxes 🦊 later this season!)
Two men meet near a tree. They are joined by quite the unique cast of characters, who inform them that although the mysterious Godot will not come today, he surely will tomorrow.
📷: Dwayne Green
Happy Birthday 🎭 Fanny Brice
🌟🌿✨ October 29, 1891 ✨🌿🌟 🎭 Fania Borach, known professionally as Fanny Brice, was an American illustrated song model, comedian, singer, theater and film actress who made many stage, radio and film appearances and is known as the creator and star of the top-rated radio comedy series The Baby Snooks Show. Thirteen years after her death, she was portrayed on the Broadway stage by Barbra Streisand in the 1964 musical Funny Girl and its 1968 film adaptation, for which Streisand won an Oscar. 🎭 She recorded nearly two dozen record sides for Victor and also cut several for Columbia. She is a posthumous recipient of a Grammy Hall of Fame Award for her 1921 recording of "My Man".
Brice's Broadway credits include Fioretta, Sweet and Low, and Billy Rose's Crazy Quilt. Her films include My Man (1928), Be Yourself! (1930) and Everybody Sing (1938) with Judy Garland. According to film historian Richard Barrios, My Man is a lost film. Brice, Ray Bolger and Harriet Hoctor were the only original Ziegfeld performers to portray themselves in The Great Ziegfeld (1936) and Ziegfeld Follies (1946). For her contribution to the motion picture industry, she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at MP 6415 Hollywood Boulevard.
'There were moments in Die Walküre at the Royal Opera House when the audience was entirely still and only Antonio Pappano’s periodic gasps broke the surface of Wagner’s score.' Set to be an amazing must-see production, Die Walkure LIVE screening!
Book here http://ow.ly/eRkG50juoJr
want to make us this happy? join us for one of our final three shows - one of which is tonight! ticket link in bio!
set: Cate McCrea
costumes: Nicole Slaven
lights: Cheyenne Sykes
sound: Jessica Hart
photo: Ashley Garrett