Everything Is A Part Of Everything

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Everything Is A Part Of Everything

Dr. Glory’s Youth Theatre and The Riverside Theatre PRESENT:

“Everything Is A Part Of Everything” — An Original timely, artistic modern day dramatic musical that debates the role and responsibility of the Family in Global Warming and Earth Sustainability.

Four Elements – Air, Water, Fire and Earth decide that Human Beings have done a poor job of solving Our Planet’s Global Warming. Gathering their forces, they take the problem to two Justices of the Supreme Court. Each Element argues and fights bitterly with the other; all hoping to selfishly Reign Supreme! To the surprise and shock of All, a Fifth Element “SPIRIT” appears and teaches Patience, Love and Respect—and An Understanding of Human Beings––Their Destiny and the Universal Knowledge that Everything Is A Part of Everything! Script, Music & Lyrics are written, directed & choreographed by Dr. Glory Van Scott.

This is a FREE Family Musical and Dramatic Production at 2pm on Sunday, December 8th, 2013 at the Riverside Theatre (in Riverside Church), 91 Claremont Ave bet. 120th & 122nd St.), Morningside Heights, NYC.

Please call 212-870-6784 for tickets.

Directions: To get to The Riverside Church by subway take the 1 Train to 116th St. and walk to 91 Claremont Avenue (bet. 120th & 122nd St.) one block west of Broadway. NYC!

For further information click here

 

Everything Is A Part Of Everything
Event Category: Performance
When: December 8, 2013
Where: The Riverside Church
More Info: http://www.theriversidechurchny.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiversideNY
Twitter: https://twitter.com/riversidenyc
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/riversidechur


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