GloucesterCast 298 With Chris McCarthy, Chris Griffith, Sarah Bedard, James Milord, Laurel Reiter, Mike Codair, Robert Walsh, Patty Amaral, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 9/23/18

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GloucesterCast 298 With Chris McCarthy, Chris Griffith, Sarah Bedard, James Milord, Laurel Reiter, Mike Codair, Robert Walsh, Patty Amaral, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 9/23/18

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Topics Include:

What is your rule for first turning the heat on in the house?

Rearranged The Top Post On The Blog

Retiring The Calendar and the Block of Buttons

Happy Birthday Anna Eves and Vickie Van Ness

Dinner At Passports- Steak Au Poivre

It was three years ago that we started the Tonno Project. Thanks To Everyone.

Feather and Wedge Jazz Brunch

Mile Marker $5 Thursdays

Weekly Specials At Trio and Azorean

Nichole Duckworth’s Dessert Was Magnificent

Zeke’s reopened after Chef Mike DeCoste was injured in a fire last Sunday

Get Your Tickets For The $25K Game!

POOR LITTLE BABY SEAL AT NILES BEACH

The Agitators At Gloucester Stage Get Tickets Here

Pattie Amaral Light Up Mattos

Top Golf

Gloucester Stage Young Playwrights Festival

Chris Griffith Interim Managing Director At Gloucester Stage

Laurel Reiter Youth Education Apprentice Gloucester Stage

Matza Fundraiser

Cape Ann Wildlife Update

Kim’s BBC Interview

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VIVA FOR MATZA! TREMENDOUS TURNOUT FOR ANTHONY GIAMBANCO FUNDRAISER

Viva! for Anthony from the Greasy Pole Champs

The friends and family of Anthony “Matza” Giambanco came out in legions to help Anthony in his battle against cancer. The fundraiser was held Saturday night at the Saint Peter’s Club. Friendship, delicious dinner, raffle, and a live auction made for a great night.

Messsage from Anthony Saputo:

The online fundraiser is still accepting donations. The auction time will be posted in the next week. To find out exactly when the auction goes live go to https://www.32auctions.com/stpeter

If you need help with anything regarding the online auction, contact Walt Kolenda at walt@capeannauction.com or phone/text at 978-395-7077.

If you don’t want to bid, or get outbid, no worries you can still help out. There is a donate button at the top right of the page or you can send a check to the Gloucester Fund at 45 Middle Street, Gloucester MA 01930. Please write Anthony Giambanco in the memo line. Thank you!
Ralph Martin and Melissa Cox were the highest bidders for the special flags with the iconic Matza photo. Anthony is a six time Greasy Pole champion.

Cake created and donated by Cafe Sicilia’s Maria Cracchiolo.

GLOUCESTER STAGE YOUTH ACTING WORKSHOP Second Annual Young Playwrights Festival

GLOUCESTER STAGE YOUTH ACTING WORKSHOP

Second Annual Young Playwrights Festival

Festival Goes International With Playwright From England

Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop presents the second annual Young Playwrights Festival on Tuesday, September 25 at 7:30 PM at Gloucester Stage,267 East Main Street, GloucesterThere will be a talk back and reception with the artists from the festival following the staged readings. The evening features seven new 10 minute plays from young playwrights ranging in age from 9 years old to 17 years old and a troupe of actors and directors from the YAW Program,Apprentice Program and Boston area professional actors Salem resident Paul Melendy last seen at GSC in this summer’s Cyrano, and Salem resident award winning actress Dossy Peabody.  The young playwrights include: From Gloucester: 16 year old Meagan Gallo who will also make her professional stage debut in the upcoming My Station in Life by Ken Riaf; 17 year old Colby Taormina; 15 year old Nate Oaks; 10 year old Elliana Parsons; 9 year old Scarlet Lee, and 12 year old Malia Andrews. From Winchester: 10 year old Lucy Camera-Murray and from England: 17 year old Emma Robinson. The Young Playwrights’ Festivalis a project of Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop, a professional theater training program for young people age 5 to age 18. The Fall session of classes began on September 14 and includes classes in: Acting, Commedia Dell’Arte, Stage Combat and Acting Shakepeare.


Admission to the Young Playwrights Festival is $5.00 per person. Advance reservations are suggested. For tickets, go to www.gloucesterstage.com or call 978-281-4433.