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The Long Island Fringe Festival is on its way to the Tilles Center, September 24 - 26


Andrew “Zig” Leipzig, "Careful Drivers are Survivors"

The Long Island Fringe Festival at the Tilles Center, scheduled for September 24th through 26th, is two years old, and like any two year old you had better keep your eye on it because it is likely to do the unexpected. Bands, dance, poetry, theater, cinema, sculpture, painting and other art-forms will sequentially and simultaneously inhabit the Tilles Mainstage, Atrium, Hillwood Cinema and environs to surprise and entertain you for three solid days. If the entire extravaganza would leave you exhausted you can choose a piece of the action to please you , but if your endurance and motivation are superhuman, then $90 buys you admission to everything for the duration. Check in at the Tilles Box Office, by phone at TILLESCHARGE 516-299-3100 and online at www.tillescenter.com and www.ticketmaster.com

The number of activities is considerable, perhaps even daunting, so here is a listing to help prepare you.



Deb Kasamakis, "Night & Day," acrylic on birch; two-sided painting

Megan Sirianni-Brand, “Where Ocean Meets Sky and Land."

TILLES MAINSTAGE PERFORMANCES SCHEDULE
Friday, 5 -7 pm, in the Atrium:
FRINGE UNDERGROUND
FEATURING
The Art of ZIG and
The Sounds of DJ PETE E G

The Science of Fringematics - Introduction
Friday, in the Concert Hall:
7-7:30 pm, The Suck it Easy Band
7:45-8:15 pm, CWP Dance Faculty
8:20-8:50 pm, Poets with Passion
9-9:30 pm, Circle of Dance


Darlene Cunnup, “Seagulls.” Photograph

The Science of Fringematics - Intermediate
Saturday, in the Concert Hall
7-7:30 pm, Coolfish
7:45-8:15 pm, CWP Dance Faculty
8:20-8:50 pm, Sistas on Fire
9-9:30 pm, Dance Visions
 


Dawn Giunta, "Expressions I." acrylic, 24" x 36"

The Science of Fringematics - Advanced
Sunday, in the Concert Hall
7-7:30 pm, Doublespeak
7:45-8:15 pm, CWP Dance Faculty
8:20-8:50 pm, Jessica Semins
9-9:30 pm, JLOC Collective
 


Vivian Pollack, “Farm stand.” silk painting, 29” X 29”

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR OTHER VENUES
Saturday
12-12:45 pm, Little Theatre, The Letter by Greg Cioffi
1-1:45 pm, Hillwood Cinema, Jessica Semins
2-2:45 pm, Hillwood Recital Hall, Dance Visions
3-3:45 pm, Little Theatre, Dan Capalbo
4-4:45 pm, Hillwood Cinema, Double Speak
5-5:45 pm, Hillwood Recital Hall, Romeo and Juliet
12-3 pm & 3-6 pm, Humanities Room 119, Select Films of the 13th Long Island
International Film Expo
 


Ellen Hallie Schiff, “Blue Number 6.” o/c, 48” X 72

Sunday
12-12:45 pm, Little Theatre, Sista's on Fire
1-1:45 pm, Hillwood Cinema, Coolfish
2-2:45 pm, Hillwood Recital Hall, JLOC Collective
3-3:45 pm, Little Theatre, Jay Jii
4-4:45 pm, Hillwood Cinema, Suck It Easy Band
5-5:45 pm, Hillwood Recital Hall, Romeo and Juliet
12-3 pm & 3-6 pm, Humanities Room 119, Select Films of the 13th Long Island Int'l Film Expo 

For more information, contact Debra Ann Kasimakis, Producer,  or 516-931-6849.


The above artwork will be exhibited at the Festival, which will include work by Margaret Azzoni, Alli Berman, Diane Bares, Megan Sirianni-Brand, Darlene Cunnup, Scott Evers, Bob Goida, Dawn Giunta, Debra Ann Kasimakis - Sculpture, Laurette Kovary - Sculpture, Eric Hurnyak, Andrew Leipzig, Vivien Ollack, Ellen Hallie Shiff, Mike Stanko, Cal Thompson and Tiffany Norstedt. 


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