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CoolTea  is a lower Fairfield, CT business networking group which describes itself as "a mixed brew of business networking and social fun".

It regularly sponsors seminars and meets which are meant to appeal to a wide range of creative disciplines.

Anyone who's interested should check out their website at

Putnam County Film & VIdeo Festival.

Putnam County has announced that it is now accepting submissions for it's 4th Annual County Film & VIdeo Festival. They are open to all lengths and genres.

For additional information including a downloadable submission form, please visit their website at
Space Available at an established Westchester TV/ Video Production Company.

Professional furnished suite. Unique opportunity for a creative individual.

For more information please call (914) 944-4011 or email
The Darien Players will be holding auditions for Epic Proportions
Written by Larry Coen and David Crane (one of the creators of TV's hit
sitcom "Friends")
Directed by Dan Friedman
Produced by Joel Fenster & Ron Heinbaugh

Audition Dates:
Saturday    October 23  1:00pm  Weatherstone Studio
Sunday  October 24  1:00pm  Weatherstone Studio
Thursday    October 28  7:00pm  Music Studio (above Weatherstone Studio)
Saturday    October 30  11:00am Art Studio (in back of Darien Town Hall)

Performances will be held January 21, 22, 23, 28 and 29 of 2005.

The DAC and its facilities are located behind Darien Town Hall at 2 Renshaw
Road in Darien, CT

Set in the 1930s, EPIC PROPORTIONS tells the story of two brothers, Benny
and Phil, who go to the Arizona desert to be extras in the huge Biblical
epic Exeunt Omnes.  Things move very quickly in this riotous comedy and
before you know it, Phil is directing the movie and Benny is starring in it.
  To complicate matters further they both fall in love with Louise, the
Assistant Director in charge of the extras.  Along the way there are
gladiator battles, the Ten Plagues, and a cast of thousands portrayed by
four to six other actors.

The play satirizes the grand epics of Cecil B. DeMille in a style
reminiscent of the Marx Brothers.

Benny, the younger brother - 20's; lovable, put-upon, not too bright
Phil, the older brother - late 20's/early 30's
Louise - 20's; bright, attractive, sharp (think Rosalind Russell or Barbara
D.W. DeWitt, the director - mid 40's/early 50's; aristocratic, arrogant,
touch of madness

The Cast of Thousands - flexible casting*
1.  - Jack, Roman General, Conspirator, Brady, Gladiator
2.  - Shel, Extra, Egyptian, Conspirator, Guard, Executioner, Gladiator
3.  - The Queen, Conspirator, Egyptian Dancing Girl
4.  - Cochette, Extra
5.  - Octavium, Slavemaster, Egyptian, Guard, Gladiator
6.  - Queen's Attendant, Cochette's Assistant, Extra, Egyptian

* Some parts can be combined

For more information call the DAC at 655-5414 or Dan Friedman at
914-835-4010 or by e-mail at