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Kreskin attends a fascinating and riveting performance by
In which he brings Tiny Tim to life again, in “God Loves Tiny Tim”
Yours truly recently had one of the most fascinating theatrical evenings he could remember for many a year. It was a performance and when I say a performance, a one man show of over one and a half hours, dealing with the personality and life of one of the great enigmas in show business, Tiny Tim. When Spats White walked out on stage, you weren’t sure who it was because you saw a unique character approaching the audience who introduced himself as Tiny Tim. In a performance titled, “God Loves Tiny Tim”, Spats White describes it as a one man odyssey. We were all fascinated by the intrigue of Tiny Tim’s personality, and were introduced to behind the scenes facts that most of us never knew. Gradually we found ourselves exposed to what makes this mysterious figure tick. I will always remember one of the most dramatic moments of the evening when “Tiny Tim” recounts the birth of his first child and shortly after the passing of the baby. I do not believe there was a dry eye in the house and I will always remember the impact that Spats White engendered when he communicated this scenario. Spats could not have chosen and produced a more fascinating character than the true life figure that we remember as Tiny Tim. I would describe his performance as a theatrical masterpiece.
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It is with great sadness that I predict these video scenes captured by cell phones in the United Airline’s setting will be used for many, many months as a weapon by our political and military enemies all over the world. It will be impossible for us to stop their “proof” of how they want to show American people being violently mis-treated by US business powers. It will remain one of the most damaging attacks on US culture.
Arnold Larson, 81 years old, West Caldwell, NJ
Passed away earlier today March 13th, 2017 from a debilitating illness. He was with our class of 1953 at Grover Cleveland HIgh School. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Newark College of Engineering, he worked at Picatinny Arsonal in New Jersey for 58 years. His expertise was in the area of safety, designing weapons and explosives for the United States Army.
MARCH 10th & 11th, 2017
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