Speaking of theatre...

December 2015

A Great Gift for Serious Theatergoers

Be a hero to a friend who loves interesting theatre, but doesn't always find out about the gems.

You can rest assured that a Best of Edinburgh Award winner is one.

Past winners were lauded by the New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph -- and now, "Key Change" is coming in January 2016.

For a mere $20 you can buy a previewticket with the Code CT20; for the second week's performances, the tickets will be $25, using CT25.

Or -- if the gift is for a really good friend who enjoys a celebration and if you enjoy a tax deduction, read on!

Thank you, and happy holidays,

The Carol Tambor Theatrical Foundation invites you to a special benefit performance of Best of Edinburgh 2015 Award Winner KEY CHANGE by Open Clasp Theatre Company

A raw and illuminating portrayal devised by women in Her Majesty's Prison Low Newton

"Singing with an everyday poetry as if the devising process had unlocked a waterfall of creativity"

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian "A touching, empowering work that hits the hat-trick of great script, direction and performance"

Nick Awde, The Stage

Sunday, January 10th, 3:30 p.m.
4th Street Theatre
83 East 4th Street, New York

Cocktail reception with the company to follow
Minimum contribution - $100
Tax deductible to the extent allowed by law

Please make checks payable to:
The Carol Tambor Theatrical Foundation
1050 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028



Speaking of Theatre Speaking of Theater is a monthly newsletter written by Carol Tambor. Her only objective is to connect New York audiences with excellent Off-Broadway productions, with no commercial interest in any of the shows she recommends.

Carol Tambor Carol Tambor is a portrait artist and long-time lover of theater. To see her paintings, please click here. She established the Carol Tambor Theatrical Foundation in 2004 and began publishing this newsletter in 2009.

The Best of Edinburgh The Best of Edinburgh is an award given at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which is the largest arts festival in the world. The winner of the Award receives a 4 week, all-expense paid run in New York.