Dear Membership,

The board of TLC is happy to announce that after far too long we have two very special events scheduled for the month and we hope even more. First off, we have a small dart tournament night scheduled for Thursday, July 16th then on the 17th we have a very special event planned. Our own Lisa Cerino will take part in an online play event along with members of a really outstanding theater group in Broward county. The event is free to our membership but you have to RSVP for this event ahead of time so that an event link can be sent to you. the deadline to send the link is Thurs. the 16th. Please read the event description carefully below. Also, please understand that if you wish to attend the Dart Night at the American Legion You MUST RSVP by noon on Thursday, July 16th or you will not be permitted to attend. This is due to the strict COVID-19 protocol which must be followed. No exceptions will be made. As soon as we are cleared for a TLC happy hour we will send you a special edition newsletter. We are almost at 100% renewal. This is the earliest we have attained this in years and we thank you. If you still owe your dues please consider paying them as soon as possible.

Be well,

The Board of the Theater Lovers Community


Thursday, July 16th, 2020
TLC Darts
5 pm to 7 pm
Food available for purchase
RSVP required for event

Friday, July 17th, 2020
We would like to invite you to view our free Zoom live reading of a compelling drama called “Clear Blue Sky” written by Bruce Karp. The “Not Your Average Theater Group” players out of Plantation, Florida will be dramatizing this moving, entertaining play. You must have a free Zoom account set up prior to participating. The reading will take place on Friday, July 17th, 2020 at 7 PM. Two of our own TLC members will be participating as actor in the reading: Lisa Walkowitz. Please RSVP to Richard Webster by Thursday, July 17th to be added to the list to be admitted into the Zoom. Clear Blue Sky is inspired by a news article about the person who was on duty at the Portland airport in Maine on 9/11. The day started out as a seemingly routine day, and he did not find anything unusual about the men who came along, dressed in business casual clothing. Having no reason to suspect who they were or their intended destruction, he allowed them to pass through security. Guilt-ridden and unable to maintain a job, he finally, after ten years, starts to experience some
semblance of stability, until a 9/11 widow moves to his town, causing old wounds and guilt to resurface. That is when the play begins.

PLEASE NOTE: This play includes strong language and violence. Please let me know if you have any questions. There will be a question and answer session as soon as the show ends.

To renew or join make checks payable to the Theater Lovers Community c/o
Richard S. Webster
10209 SW 77th Ct.
Miami, FL 33156


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