What the mind wants –
What the heart knows
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH & FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH, 2024
7:00 PM – LIMITED SEATING
About The Event
Winterlight Productions presents a theatrical event for two evenings only, featuring Song, Dramatic and Comedic selections by Winterlight Authors and Players. The evening will cast a lens on the crossroads we may encounter on life’s paths and the price we must often face and pay, for the choices we make.
Presented in two acts, includes post-show complimentary refreshments.
Tickets – $40 (includes refreshments)
We accept cash only for tickets purchased at the door.
Limited Seating . . . Secure Your Advance Reservations Today!
The Salmagundi Art Club in The Parlor Room
47 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10003
(Subject to Availability, Cash Only Tickets at the Door, Starting One-Half Hour Prior to the Show)
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Salmagundi [pronounced: sal-muh-guhn-dee] is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3), professional and social club, created in 1871 by artists and patrons to support one another. It is one of America’s oldest arts organizations with more than 1,100 current members throughout the United States and abroad.
Beginning in 1917, the organization moved to its permanent home within its historic brownstone mansion located in Greenwich Village, New York, NY. The mansion hosts hundreds of yearly art exhibitions, painting demonstrations, lectures, concerts, group meetings, classes, workshops, fellow member organization exhibitions and art auctions.
Salmagundi facilities include three club and rental galleries, a rare pre-dewey decimal library, an elegant period parlor for exhibitions and meetings, a members’ only restaurant and bar, a traditional press for monotype and some of the oldest and largest vintage pool tables in New York. All facilities are available for special events, fellow club exhibitions, artist gallery rentals, weddings, parties and other private rentals.
The Club’s art collection has been built by generous member donations and its purchase prize awards, amassing over 1,500 works of art which span its entire history. Exhibitions of the permanent collection and current living artists are always free to the general public and non-members year round.