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Sharon Sigal Hosts a Musical Benefit for A Way In
Popular vocal actress Sharon Sigal hosts an evening music and theater May 4 as a benefit for the Philly-based A Way In Jewish Mindfulness Program.
Sigal's celebrated Salon of Music and Theatre will be held at 7:30 p.m. in an elegant private home in Wynnewood for a limited audience of 50 people, with Sigal singing the music of Yip Harburg (the lyricist for songs like “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?”), accompanied by internationally-known pianist Samuel Heifetz. The program also includes original works by actors Polly MacIntyre, Arnold Kendall and Ben Kendall, and comedy by Karen Meshkov. In addition, noted flutist Lisamarie Grath -- who, with percussionists Kara Barnett and Connie Paolino, makes up the Mystic Pulse Ensemble -- will present a selection of improvisational music.
Tickets are a minimum of $50 per person and include the entertainment and a sumptuous appetizer/dessert buffet including wine, coffee and soft drinks. All donations over $20 are tax deductible.
Tickets must be purchased in advance, payable by check to A Way In, c/o Sharon Sigal, 627 Haverford Rd., Ardmore, PA 19003. For more information email [email protected], call 610-649-0274 or go to the A Way In website: www.mishkanshalom.org/a-way-in. Specific location details will be provided upon payment. All proceeds from the salon will benefit A Way In Jewish Mindfulness program, based at Mishkan Shalom synagogue.