NYC LIFE: June is Busting Out All Over
Music is everywhere with some of our fav singers are performing around town, and several of our Tomatoes Got Talent stars will perform in Tomato Showstopper Divas. We also invite you to a very important event on sex trafficking from Nepal to NYC – a $150 BILLION industry!
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June 21. Randie Levine Miller’s Tomato Showstopper Divas
Our pal and 3T collaborator, Randie Levine Miller has put together a brilliant and entertaining show featuring several of the outstanding talented singers from our past five years of Tomatoes Got Talent shows. Special guest is the amazing Sidney Meyer. It’s a 7PM show at the Triad. And it will benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Hurry and get tickets before it sells out. Get tickets now.
June 27. Shocking Realities: Sex Trafficking from Nepal to NYC
Please join head tomato Cheryl Benton and the New York City Leadership Council for Because I am a Girl for an eye-opening panel discussion about how trafficking affects all of us. A short film presentation and our knowledgeable experts will allow you to discover the real state of so many trafficked girls and young women today, and what we can do to change this. The event takes place on a beautiful rooftop and includes wine, snacks, and change to meet other women who care deeply about these issues. Tickers are just $25. Get the details.
June 2. Dinner and a Show
The wonderful Celia Berk is bringing her show, “Love is Just Sand” back to the Beach Café in NYC. Cabaret reviewer Marilyn Lester says “Her mellow, honeyed sound remains musically impeccable, including superb diction and excellent phrasing. She is a meticulous performer.” She’s a gem of a vocalist and a MAC award winner. Get the details.
June 16. Something Beautiful
That not only describes the show, but the wonderful Corina Sowers Adler and her lilting trilling vocals. She returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below in Something Beautiful, which debuted last fall in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s. Filled with magical songs by Billy Joel, Ahrens and Flaherty, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Elton John, Stephen Schwartz, and others, Corinna Sowers Adler will mesmerize and delight. Corinna, a three time Tony Award nominee for Excellence in Theatre Education, will include a chorus of NiCori Teen Ensemble singers in Something Beautiful. Get the details and tickets.