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‘Tribal Ink’ - Ocean City Sentinel: News

‘Tribal Ink’

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Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2019 10:14 am

MARGATE – “Tribal Ink & A Little Limelight” at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23, at 9600 Atlantic Ave., Margate, “presents the words and actions of 17 vital, informed and engaged human beings who have embraced artistic expression as a means of reaching out to lost members of the tribe,” according to producers of the showcase. 

Tribal Ink, funded by Council on Aging, administered by Milton & Betty Katz JCC and held at Otto Bruyns Public Library in Northfield, is the three-year evolution of a creative writing class. 

During this same time, another group of seniors had been taking an emotionally-charged acting course funded by Friends of Encore Learning, Stockton University, held at Margate Public Library and taught by the same teacher.

Featured are Lynn Walters of Atlantic City, Shirley Euster, Alyse Kaplan and Wendy Lohs of Egg Harbor Township, Marilyn Weisman of Galloway, Ed Shakespeare of Lavalette, Philip Mappin of Linwood, Carole Couzens and Dayle Friedman of Margate, Sharon Spitz of Northfield, Tom Chin of Ocean City, Michaelle Cooke and Sharon Haywood of West Pleasantville, Shirley Belitsky, Bobbi Crawford and Sheila Rosen of Ventnor and Penny Mandel of Boca Raton. 

Dambra Sabato, a working career artist and teacher of both courses, will serve as emcee host. 

Cost is $10.

 

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