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January 19, 2011

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Chris Bauer (click for larger version)
Bay Street

Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce that actor Chris Bauer has joined the Board of Trustees. "To have an actor of Chris's talent and integrity on our stage," say Artistic Directors Sybil Christopher and Murphy Davis, "is a terrific privilege and the fact that he is excited and eager to serve on our Board of Directors is all the more heartening. We feel so lucky and thank Chris for his incredible belief in and support of Bay Street Theatre."

Bauer, a native of Los Angeles, honed his skills in Chicago with such ensembles as Steppenwolf Theatre Company and The Goodman Theatre. After graduating from Yale School of Drama, he moved to New York where he became a member of David Mamet's Atlantic Theatre Company appearing in Mojo and Parlor Song, among others. He was on Broadway in A Streetcar Named Desire. Other New York appearances include Playwright's Horizons Theater and Manhattan Theater Club.  Film credits include Snow White: A Tale of Terror, Face/Of, Devil's Advocate, Flawless, 8 MM, Animal Factory, High Fidelity, Broken Flowers, Flags of Our Fathers, and The Conspirators.

Says Bauer of his experience at Bay Street, "I was thrilled with the openness and intelligence of Bay Street's audience when I did Romance last summer. It made me proud to be a resident of Sag Harbor and I'm grateful for the opportunity to serve on Bay Street Theatre's Board."

In addition to his theatrical and film work, Bauer is also known by television audiences for his current role as Andy Bellefleur in "True Blood." He also appeared as Frank Sobotka in HBO's "The Wire."  

"We are thrilled to welcome Chris aboard," says Executive Director Tracy Mitchell. "Chris appeared in our production of Romance last summer delighting our audiences. We are so fortunate that he also happens to be a Sag Harbor resident who is extremely dedicated to Bay Street and our community."

Camp Karole

For the 2011 summer season, Camp Karole at The Jewish Center of the Hamptons is offering some Early Bird Specials for registration and some new programs. Families who register for camp prior to February 15 will receive a 10% discount on camp tuition. Families who register for camp prior to March 15 will receive a 5% discount on camp tuition. JCOH members will receive an additional 10% discount. This year, Camp Karole is happy to offer after-camp care for campers ages 4-11. This program will run 2:30 to 5 PM Monday through Thursday and 1 to 5 PM on Fridays.  Campers will receive a snack, spend time playing games, doing art projects, watching movies and using the playground. Camp Karole will also offer a hiking and nature program and an innovative cooking program for 7-11 year olds for one week in July and one week in August.

Social Networking

There will be a Networking Dinner and Speaker at Sen in Sag Harbor on January 26 at 6:30 PM. The event will include a meet and mingle with individuals from Sag Harbor area businesses followed by Speaker Vanessa Leggard from MouthPiece Media discussing "Online Social Networking: What it is and making it work for your business." For more information call 531-838-4945.

Volunteers Needed

East End Hospice Thrift Shop in Westhampton Beach is looking for volunteers for 3-hour shifts. The mission of the East End Hospice Thrift Shop is to generate revenue to support the programs of East End Hospice especially Camp Good Grief, a bereavement camp for children of all ages who have experienced the loss of a parent or loved one. For more information call 631-288-3268.

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