(Stony Brook, NY) A festive night of entertainment is planned for a special anniversary of Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s state of the art Educational & Cultural Center, a venue where musical theatre performances, distance learning education programs, acclaimed medical series, children’s workshops, exhibits, dinner dances and much more have been enjoyed by the community and beyond for the last 10 years.
“Come to the Cabaret & Variety Show” will take place Thursday, November 15 starting at 6:30 pm and will feature John Kominicki, President and Publisher of Long Island Business News as the Emcee and Opening Act. Other performers will be “The Man of a Thousand Voices,” Singer and Entertainer, Joey B; Shenole Latimer, Saxophonist and Composer; Betsy Palmedo, Founding Member and Director of North Shore Pro Musica and Singer, Entertainer and Actress, Carolyn Brown-Benson. Marlene McDonnell, the Events Marketing Manager at LIBN will Co-Emcee.
In addition, WMHO’s Youth Corps Theatre Troupe will present, “To Spy or Not to Spy…That is the Question,” a theatrical performance on the Culper Spy Ring which was produced and directed by Professor Lauren Kaushansky of Stony Brook University. Another theatrical vignette of “Home for the Holidays, a Tribute to Patti Page,” will be performed by St. George Productions. It is the organization’s current musical theatre tribute production running at the Cultural Center now through January 6, 2013.
The celebratory evening will include dinner, wine and dessert from not one, but three of the Center’s restaurants – the Three Village Inn, The Country House and Pentimento. Cost is $75 pp and your donation is tax deductible benefiting the Educational & Cultural Center. Curtain time is 8 pm with intermission at 8:45 pm. The Cultural Center is located at 97P Main Street in the Stony Brook Village Center. Call 631-751-2244 to reserve or visit www.stonybrookvillage.com for full details.