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Adoption Roulette

Dear Friends,

We cannot tell you what a spectacular evening we had this past Wednesday seeing the play Adoption Roulette at The Lambs.

You may remember from our Monday post that  we would be attending a reading of a new play—and it was just remarkable!

It was written and performed by Elizabeth Fuller and Joel Vig and is the true-life story of Elizabeth and her husband trying to adopt a child from Russia. They soon find themselves trapped in a story which has all the elements of a Hitchcock thriller set in Siberia.

And we must tell you, the entire audience was spell-bound and glued to their seats. So much so that when the performance was over, no one moved, and everyone had questions!

It was such a wonderful happening and we couldn’t be more thrilled that we hope to present it soon in other theatres.

Best,
Philip & Marilyn

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Staged Reading

Dear Friends,

We are excited about a reading of the play that we told you about last week, now called Adoptrivat.

The reading will be this Wednesday (two days from now) at The Lambs Foundation (3 W. 51st Street in Manhattan) at 7pm.

It is a small theatre, so seating is very limited—but there may still be a few seats left.

If you are interested in attending, you can call The Lambs Foundation 212/586-0306 or email them at RSVP@The-Lambs.org to inquire about seats.

We will be writing again soon.

Best,
Philip & Marilyn

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