Pocket full of ticket stubs

Ed and Eddie's list of 76 plays, musicals and operas seen in 2010 organized by month. Besides the San Francisco Bay Area, we saw shows in NYC and Palm Springs.

Ratings Legend:
5* - Loved It – A classic, would see it a second time.
4* - Really Liked It – Excellent, strong production.
3* - Liked It – Good production but something is lacking or not clicking.
2* - Just OK – Below average but had at least one interesting component.
1* - Did Not Like It – Waste of time.
No rating – A work in progress (reading or workshop), or children’s production.

Rating*, Show Title - Author, Presenting Theatre (comments)
[Synopsis or review]

January:
3*, She Stoops to Comedy - David Greenspan, San Francisco Playhouse
[An actress (played by a man) schemes to woo back her estranged female lover by playing Orlando opposite her lovers’ Rosalind in this gender-bending romp.]

February:
5*, Daddy Long Legs - Paul Gordon, John Caird, Jean Webster, TheatreWorks
[Two person musical romance. An anonymous male benefactor sends a talented orphan girl to a prestigious college.]
4*, Animals Out of Paper - Rajiv Joseph, San Francisco Playhouse
[A world-renowned origami artist opens her studio to a teenage, hip-hopping, origami prodigy and his school teacher, relationship complications unfold.]
2*, tick, tick...BOOM! - Jonathan Larson, David Auburn, Theatre Rhinoceros
[Musical of an aspiring composer named Jon, who lives in NYC in 1990. Jon is worried he has made the wrong career choice as he approaches his 30th birthday.]
4*, Oedipus el Rey - Luis Alfaro, Magic Theatre
[Sophocles goes to the barrio in this lusty gangland soap opera set in East Los Angeles.]
5*, Wicked - Stephen Schwartz, Winnie Holzman, Gregory Maguire, Best of Broadway
[The story of Elphaba and her relationship with Glinda, the two witches of Oz. Their friendship struggles through their opposing personalities and viewpoints, rivalry over the same love-interest, their reactions to the Wizard's corrupt government, and, ultimately, Elphaba's public fall from grace.]
4*, Pearls Over Shanghai - Link Martin, Richard "Scrumbly" Koldewin, Thrillpeddlers Theatre
[Revival of the Cocketts psychedelic musical inspired by sin-soaked Old Shanghai and Busby Berkeley movies.]

March:
5*, Hearts on Fire - Teatro ZinZanni (Thelma Houston)
[Evening of European cabaret, cirque, divas and madmen with live music and a gourmet five-course dinner.]
1*, The Caucasian Chalk Circle - Bertolt Brecht, Domenique Lozano, A.C.T. (dir. John Doyle)
[Left at intermission. Attend the tale of ...John Doyle's approach to Brecht's parable about contested motherhood.]
3*, Sunsets and Margaritas - José Cruz González, TheatreWorks
[Sitcom-y story of three generations of a Mexican-American family plunged into comic crisis when patriarch Candelario starts to lose his grip at the family run restaurant.]
4*, Burn This - Lanford Wilson, Dragon Theatre
[Dancer Anna is surrounded by three men, Burton, a born-wealthy and successful writer, who may or may not be her boyfriend, Larry, her gay roommate and confidant, and Pale, the volatile brother of Robbie, whose death inspires the action.]
4*, The Sugar Witch - Nathan Sanders, New Conservatory Theatre Center
[Southern Gothic tale of mystery, madness, murder, and mountainous dreams. Moses, the last “Bean” is crazy in love with a hunky ex-con, Hank Hartley, the town’s Undertaker. Convenient, with older sister, Sisser, plum loco, obese, and high on sugar.]
5*, Den of Thieves - Stephen Adly Guirgis, San Francisco Playhouse
[The world of unorganized crime. Cracking a safe to steal $750,000 in drug money may not be the perfect road to recovery for kleptomaniacs Maggie and Paul. Joined with Puerto Rican wannabe Flaco and the ultra-fabulous topless dancer Boochie in order to pull off the perfect crime.]

April:
5*, …and Jesus Moonwalks the Mississippi - Marcus Gardley, The Cutting Ball Theater
[A fable of Demeter & Persephone and Jesus. A father flees the bonds of slavery and travels the river in search of his family.]
5*, Equivocation - Bill Cain, Marin Theatre Company
[What if the government commissioned William Shakespeare to write the definitive history of a national crisis, the Powder Plot, in one of his plays.]
4*, Virgil - Morris Panych, A.C.T. (Olympia Dukakis, Barco Barricelli)
[An embittered, self-involved bachelor arrives to care for the dying aunt and against all odds their relationship evolves in unexpected ways.]
4*, Lady, Be Good! - George & Ira Gershwin, Guy Bolton, Fred Thompson, 42nd Street Moon
[The musical involves a brother and his sister who are out of money and each eager to sacrifice him- or herself to help the other.]
4*, To Kill A Mockingbird - Christopher Sergel, TheatreWorks
[Dramatization of Harper Lee's novel. Scout, a young tomboy learns the hard truths of prejudice and privilege in Depression-era Alabama.]
5*, Girlfriend - Todd Almond, Matthew Sweet, Berkeley Rep
[Boy meets Boy in this two-character chamber musical that celebrates the pain and joy of first love.]

May:
3*, Round and Round the Garden - Alan Ayckbourn, A.C.T.
[Third installment of the sex farce The Norman Conquests. Librarian Norman channels his inner Casanova in fervent attempts to seduce his two sisters-in-law, as well as his estranged wife.]
3*, Slasher - Allison Moore, San Francisco Playhouse
[When Sheena is cast as the “last girl” in a low-budget slasher flick, it seems like the big break. But it unleashes her mother’s thwarted feminist rage, and Mom is prepared to do anything to stop filming…even if it kills her.]
3*, Very Warm for May - Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II, 42nd Street Moon
[A screwball Long Island matron sponsors an avant-garde musical theatre director and his troupe of performers on her estate, with wildly comic consequences.]
5*, In the Wake - Lisa Korn, Berkeley Rep
[Lesbian drama that's a wild ride through the frustrations of the urban left during the Bush II years.]
4*, The Apotheosis of Pig Husbandry - William Bivins, San Francisco Playhouse
[A drama where sex, revenge, social theory and pig farming mix in an explosive cocktail.]
3*, PS, Your Cat is Dead - James Kirkwood Jr., Thorny Theater
[A buckass burglar and a agitated actor tug and tangle with comedy, discipline and desire.]

June:
3*, Sonia Flew - Melinda Lopez, San Jose Repertory Theatre
[Kitchen sink melodrama set between post-9/11 America and post-revolutionary Cuba. A mother struggles to reconcile her past with her son's future.]
4*, Faust - Charles Gounod, San Francisco Opera
[A forlorn philosopher regains his youth by making a deal with the Devil. Poor Marguerite is loved and betrayed by Faust.]
5*, Opus - Michael Hollinger, TheatreWorks
[A behind-the-scenes look at a string quartet. Forced to find a new member just days before an appearance, they are caught in a crescendo of talent and personality, their collaboration tested and their art insecure.]
4*, The Girl of the Golden West - Giacomo Puccini, San Francisco Opera
[A love triangle of a gun-toting woman salon owner, a dashing outlaw and a creepy sheriff set during the California Gold Rush.]
5*, Second Weekend in September -- Andrew Black, City Lights Theater Company
[Variation of the play/film "Same Time Next Year" with a younger out gay man and a married man on the "down-low".]
4*, The Golden Girls - two episodes from the TV series. Trannyshack
[Mix four well-known drag queens, two scripts of a campy TV show, and you will get some wild and wacky theater to laugh your ass off.]
5*, Die Walküre - Richard Wagner, San Francisco Opera
[A epic tale of an emotionally volatile father, Wotan, and his disobedient children (Siegmund & Brünnhilde) done with a distinctly American touch while honoring its mythic roots.]
2*, The Tosca Project - Carey Perloff, Val Caniparoli, A.C.T.
[An uninspired interpretive dance work based on a cultural timeline and the SF North Beach bar, Tosca Cafe. Joint work of ACT actors and SF Ballet dancers.]
4*, Pearls Over Shanghai - Link Martin, Richard "Scrumbly" Koldewin, Thrillpeddlers Theatre
[Revival of the Cocketts psychedelic musical inspired by sin-soaked Old Shanghai and Busby Berkeley movies. Took Carlo to see it.]

July:
Week in New York City, 10 days-14 shows
5*, Next Fall - Geoffrey Nauffts, Helen Hayes Theatre
[Two gay men, one very religious and one agnostic, are partners and lovers. Their relationship is so fun and funny until tragedy enters the scene.]
5*, La Cage aux Foilles - Jerry Herman, Harvey Fierstein, Longacre Theatre (Kelsey Grammer, Douglas Hodge)
[The story of a gay couple that run a transvestite nightclub in St Tropez. The plot expands when their son declares to marry a woman that is a daughter of a moral crusader.]
5*, My Trip Down the Pink Carpet - Leslie Jordan, Midtown Theater
[A one man show of the actor growing up as a gay boy in Chattanooga, TN and on to Hollywood.]
4*, Fela! - Jim Lewis, Bill T. Jones, Fela Anikulapt-Kuti, Eugene O'Neill Theatre
[A musical story and celebration of Fela Kuti, a Nigerian musician and composer, pioneer of afrobeat music, human rights activist, and political maverick.]
4*, American Idiot - Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong, Michael Mayer, St. James Theatre
[A bombardment on the alienation of modern youth and society seen through a theatrical punk lens of Brecht and Weill.]
5*, Fences - August Wilson, Cort Theatre (Denzel Washington, Viola Davis)
[Explores the life and relationships of Troy Maxson, an activist-minded trash-collector and former baseball hero. The protagonist represents the struggle for justice and fair treatment during the 1950s.]
5*, Lend Me a Tenor - Ken Ludwig, The Music Box
[An uproarious farce blending slapstick with classical opera, the play recounts the travails of world-famous tenor performing in a small city.]
2*, Race - David Mamet, Ethel Barrymore Theatre (Eddie Izzard, Richard Thomas)
[Three attorneys, two black and one white, are offered a chance to defend a white man charged with a crime against a black woman.]
5*, Memphis, the Musical - Joe DiPietro, David Bryan, Shubert Theatre
[Sex and race and rock ’n’ roll: a white radio DJ whose love of good music and a talented songtress transcends race lines and airwaves in the turbulent south in the 1950s.]
3*, The Addams Family - Barshall Brickman, Rick Elice, Andrew Lippa, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (Nathan Lane, Bebe Neuwirth)
[Lame musical based on characters created Charles Addams.]
3*, Million Dollar Baby - Colin Escott, Floyd Mutrux, Nederlander Theatre (Lance Guest, Levi Kreis)
[Before Christmas 1956, four legends, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley, gathered at Sun Records in Memphis where they launched their careers.]
5*, Promises, Promises - Neil Simon, Burt Bacharach, Hal David, Broadway Theatre (Sean Hayes, Kristin Chenoweth)
[Based on the film The Apartment by Billy Wilder. It is Manhattan in the 1960’s and bachelor Chuck has what some of his colleagues desire: an apartment for fooling around.]
4*, Everyday Rapture - Dick Scanlan, Sherie Rene Scott, American Airlines Theatre
[A story of a young woman's journey on the path that separates her mostly Mennonite past from her mostly Manhattan future. Features songs by David Byrne, Roberta Flack, Mister Rogers, The Supremes, and Judy Garland.]
4*, Dietrich & Chevalier - Jerry Mayer, St. Luke's Theatre (Robert Cuccioli, Jodi Stevens)
[Musical about their love affair and friendship in Hollywood and Europe from 1932 to 1945.]

3*, Peter Pan - JM Barrie, Tanya Ronder, Threesixty Theatre in Ferry Park
[The high- and low-tech special effects in this English import are spectacular and highly entertaining. A Cliff Note version of the story. Not the musical.]
4*, Auctioning the Ainsleys - Laura Schellhardt, TheatreWorks
[A mother's slipping memory and the rapid patter of an auctioneer propel the quirky family dynamics of how possessions define our lives.]

August:
No Theatre. It is not that we didn't try. We were, after all, in the land of Ibsen, Strindberg and Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus. The week after we left Scandinavia, opera season began in Stockholm; "Cabaret" opened at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen; "Next to Normal" opened in Oslo; a revival of "Surgar" was coming to Stockholm; and a Norwegian version of "August: Osage County" and "God of Carnage" was opening in Bergen.

September:
2*, The Fantasticks - Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt, San Francisco Playhouse
[Post-apocalyptic staging of a tired and dated musical.]
5*, Aida - Giuseppe Verdi, San Francisco Opera
[Bitter Egyptian love triangle. A captured Ethiopian princess comes between a military commander, Radames, and Pharaoh's daughter Amneriss.]
5*, The Light in the Piazza Craig Lucas, Adam Guettel, TheatreWorks
[Based on a novella by Elizabeth Spencer, set in Florence 1953. A young American tourist, Clara, meets and falls for young Italian Fabrizio. Clara's mother opposes it because Clara might be "special".]
5*, In the Red and Brown Water - Tarell Alvin McCraney, Marin Theatre Company
[Part 1/3 "The Brother/Sisters Plays". Based loosely on "Yerma," Federico Garcia Lorca's 1934 tragedy of a woman tortured by her failure to produce a child, also draws on a West African source -- Yoruba mythology. The woman, Oya, is a goddess of wind and fertility.]
5*, Marriage of Figaro, The - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, San Francisco Opera
[Servants are preparing to wed, but the Count wants the woman for himself. Meanwhile, the pageboy Cherubino is panting after the Count’s wife while the governess is chasing Figaro. In the end, Figaro gets his bride, and the estranged Count and Countess reunite.]
5*, Werther - Jules Massenet,Édouard Blau, Paul Milliet, Georges Hartmann, San Francisco Opera
[Tragedy of an obsessive poet who cannot bear the pain of unrequited love. Only dreams or death can provide an escape.]
5*, Scapin - Molière, Bill Irwin, Mark O'Donnell, A.C.T.
[A lively baggy-pants comedy, the rascally Scapin balances his penchant for mayhem and mischief with a promise to help two pairs of wide-eyed lovers.]

October:
5*, Jerry Springer: The Opera - Richard Thomas, Stewart Lee, Ray of Light Theatre
[A crudely delightful yet heartbreaking operatic farce. "How does our American obsession with confessional and reality television, our aspirations for empty fame, and our glee at sneering over the mistakes of others function like a national religion?"]
5*, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, Larry Gelbart, 42nd Street Moon
["Something familiar, something peculiar, something for everyone: a comedy tonight!" sums up the show. Combines situations from the comedies of Roman playwright Plautus with the infectious energy of classic vaudeville.]
5*, Madama Butterfly - Giacomo Puccini, San Francisco Opera (Harold Prince production)
[American naval officer acquires a bride known as Butterfly. She rejects her religion, family and culture for her new husband. He abandons her. She waits faithfully for 3 years. He returns only to claim the son she bore him, setting Butterfly on a tragic course.]
4*, Sunset Limited - Cormac McCarthy, San Francisco Playhouse
[Black, an ex-convict and an evangelical Christian, saves White's life, an atheist and a professor. They debate the meaning of human suffering, the existence of God, and the propriety of White's attempted suicide.]
5*, Superior Donuts - Tracy Letts, TheatreWorks
[A story of a former '60s radical who owns a rundown donut shop in Chicago and his energetic but troubled young African American assistant who wants to update the establishment with lively music and healthy menu options.]
4*, The Brothers Size - Tarell Alvin McCraney, Magic Theatre
[The muscular bodies of the actors do more than reflect the sinewy force of the playwright's words: They're handsome prisons for the spirits of three strong, troubled men (2 of them brothers) desperately trying to understand, weigh and express the feelings they have for each other.]
4*, Secret Order - Bob Clyman, San Jose Repertory Theatre
[A drama that focuses ont the difficulty of balancing the practical and the idealistic sides of research. When results are unwelcome two researchers face hard decisions that affect their personal futures and of their science.]
2*, The Song of the Mounties or A Sour Note in the Snow - Tim Kelly, Belmont Community Players
[Very community theater. A melodrama with olios.]

November:
5*, Cyrano de Bergerac - Franco Alfano, Henri Cain, San Francisco Opera (Plácido Domingo)
[An operatic adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s celebrated play.]
4*, Marcus or The Secret of Sweet - Tarell Alvin McCraney, A.C.T.
[A coming out/of age story. A young black man seeks out the sexual and personal identity on a cultural landscape infused with mysterious family creeds.]
4*, The Makropulos Case - Leoš Janácek, San Francisco Opera
[A glamorous woman has lived unchanged for over three hundred years due to a formula developed by her father. She is desperately looking for the formula in order to prolong her life again, but finally realizes that she is bored with life, having experienced all there is, and actually wishes to die.]
3*, Murder for Two - Joe Kinosian, Kellen Blair, 42nd Street Moon
[An inspector arrives at an old, dark house to solve a murder and encounters a host of eccentric and cunning suspects. The twist? One actor plays the inspector, the other plays all 13 suspects, and they both play the piano in this 'fringe-type' musical!]
5*, Broadway by the Year: 1930, 1964 - created by Scott Siegel, Broadway by the Bay
[A musical and historical snapshot of Broadway highlighting the years of 1930 (Girl Crazy, Strike Up the Band, The New Yorkers) and 1964 (Funny Girl, Hello, Dolly!, Fiddler on the Roof).]
4*, The Turn of the Screw - Jeffrey Hatcher, Henry James, Dragon Theatre
[A spooky country house psychodrama. A neurotic governess lets herself get carried away by her two beautiful but awful young charges. And are the ghosts real, or are they the product of her own fevered imagination?]
5*, Or, - Liz Duffy Adams, Magic Theatre
[Aphra Behn, former spy, will become England's first professional female playwright if she can finish the script. All that’s standing in her way are King Charles II, actress Nell Gwynne, and double agent William Scot. Double-crossing, cross-dressing, sex, art, and politics all come together in this hilarious bodice-ripper.]

December:
5*, The Golden Girls, The Christmas Episodes - two episodes from the TV series. Trannyshack (Jane Wiedlin of the Go-Go's)
[Mix four well-known drag queens, two scripts of a campy TV show, and you will get some wild and wacky theater to laugh your ass off.]
3*, Lemony Snicket's The Composer Is Dead - Lemony Snicket, Nathaniel Stookey, Berkeley Rep
[Film, puppetry, music and live actor introduce the instruments of the orchestra.]
no rating, Rock 'n' Roll Cinderella - Stephanie Temple, New Conservatory Theatre Center
[Children's production of the Cinderella story set in the 1950's.]
5*, A Christmas Memory - Truman Capote, Duane Poole, Larry Grossman, Carol Hall, TheatreWorks
[Based on Capote's short story. A wistful memoir of cherished youth—a shy boy and his eccentric cousin launch kites, haunt speakeasies, and mail fruitcake to the President!]

Other cultural events and activities:
JAN: Recovery from complications first colon cancer surgery
FEB: Cartier and America at Legion of Honor; Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs at the deYoung Museum
FEB: Beth Am's Adult Purim Shpiel & Show
MAR: Palo Alto Art Center Treasures from The Mexican Museum: A Spirited Legacy
MAR: Debbie Friedman in concert at Congregation Emanu-El, SF
MAR: Hosted gay seder
APR: Opening Day Giants baseball with first pitch by Jerry Rice and Steve Young
APR: Final colon cancer surgery
APR: Outlet's "Out to Eat" fundraising dinner. Emcee LaDoris Cordell. (Eddie)
MAY: Facing History and Ourselves Benefit Dinner: speaker Loung Ungis, author and survivor of the killing fields in Cambodia. (Eddie)
MAY: TheatreWorks Gala 40: Vienna Teng, GrooveLily, Jeanine Tesori, David Henry Hwang
MAY: de Young Museum: Birth of Impressionism: Masterpieces From the Musée d'Orsay
MAY: Palm Springs weekend at CCBC
JUNE: Napa Valley weekend at Silveraldo for PayCycle reunion weekend
JUNE: “ICU Friday” LGBTQ happy hour
JUNE: Legion of Honor museum: Impressionist Paris: City of Light
JUNE: The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence: Sisters' Bingo
JUNE: 42nd Street Moon fundraiser: Kiss the Boys Goodbye! Songs of Broadway and Hollywood in the 1940s
JUNE: Pride weekend in San Francisco. 40th Gay Pride Parade and festival, Underworld dance, Giants game, SF Museum of Modern Art: Calder to Warhol
JULY: Week in NYC; walks through Central Park, High Line Park, Big Onion Walks: Greenwich Village
JULY: NYC Guggenheim Museum: Haunted: Contemporary Photography; Gagosian Gallery: Roy Lichtenstein: Still Lifes
JULY: Broadway Barks with Mary Tyler Moore and Bernadette Peters. Backstage at Memphis and drinks with producer Randy Adams. Singing at Marie's Crisis piano bar in West Village.
JULY: California Academy of Science: Extreme Mammals
AUG: Copenhagen: Harbor tour starting from Nyhavn, 'Bike Copenhagen with Mike' tour, National Museum, Viking Ship Museum and cathedral in Roskilde, Tivoli Gardens, Danish Jewish Museum, Thorvaldsen Sculpture Museum, Round Tower and gallery, Rosenborg Castle, National Gallery of Denmark, Ny Carlsberg Glyptoek museum, climbing the spire of Vor Freisers Kirke, Royal Cast Museum, Danish Resistance Museum, National Arts Museum, Danish Museum of Art and Design. 500th anniversary of the Danish Navy with a parade of vessels in the harbor. Gay Copenhagen: Copenhagen Rainbow Guesthouse, Jailhouse Restaurant, Oscar Bar Café, Masken Bar, Amigo sauna, Be Proud dance club.
AUG: Bergen: Bryggens Museum and walking tour of Old Bryggen, Det Hanseatiske Museum, Bergenhus fortress, Fish Market, Fløibanen funicular to the top of Fløyen mountain, "Norway in a Nutshell" 12-hour tour (Flåm Railway and museum and cruise on the Sognefjord).
AUG: Hurtigruten Cruise: 7-day Northbound cruise from Bergen to Kirkenes. Excursions: Glacier adventure Svartisen (Ørnes - Bodø), Lofotr Viking Feast and museum, Birdwatching safari near North Cape/Honningsvåg. Disembarked and walked through towns of Ålesund (lost camera in fjord, UNESCO Art Nouveau architecture), Trodheim (Historic center walk, Cathedral of Trodheim, Archbishop’s Palace and Rustkammeret), crossing Arctic Circle (66° 34’), and Tromsø (Polaria arctic aquarium, Mack's Beer Hall).
AUG: Oslo: Edvard Munch Museum, Henie-Onstad Art Center, National Gallery, Theatre Museum, Vigelandsparken (sculpture park of Gustav Vigeland), Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Norwegian Resistance Museum, Akershus Castle and Fortress, Norwegian Folk Museum, Viking Ship Museum, polar ship Fram Museum, Kon-Tiki/Thor Heyerdahl Museum, Norwegian Maritime Museum, Holocaust Center at Villa Grande (home of traitor Vidkun Quisling). Gay Oslo: London Pub, Hercules sauna.
AUG: Stockholm: Two boat cruises (Under the Bridges and Royal Canal), Vasa ship museum, shopping medieval streets of Gamla Stan, National Museum, Modern Art Museum, Katarinahissen elevator and half-day walk through Södermalm, Millesgårde Museum of sculptor Carl Milles, Royal Palace (royal apartments, armory, treasury, Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities), City Hall tour and Tower. Gay Stockholm: bar/restaurants Torget, Mälarpaviljongen and Side Track.
SEPT: SF Playhouse Benefit Gala: Celebration of Yes
SEPT: Weekend in SF at Arthur's: Baker Beach
OCT: Castro Street Fair
OCT: San Jose Repertory Theatre reunion party
OCT: Giants playoffs & World Series
NOV: SF Zoo with Shannon, Brenton, Lindsay
NOV: Trip to Paris, TN. Facebook school reunion party for Eddie at Paris Winery
NOV: Stanford vs OSU football game/Stanford Women's basketball
NOV: ALF marriage Equality Film Project: "I Do, Who Can't"
DEC: World AIDS Observance Day/Chanukah Program at BethAm
DEC: Six hosted nights of latke dinners for Chanukah
DEC: Girls weekend in SF for Lindsay and Shannon
DEC: Two week vacation Fort Lauderdale, FL: The Worthington, Pineapple Point Guesthouse & Resort. Benefit for Father Tony at Johnny's; Cashetta at Georgie's Alibi.

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