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Mae from Bushwick says:
* * Theatre director and BROOKLYN resident Louis Lopardi (who lives on Kings Highway) is looking for the next MAE WEST. Louis Lopardi will direct the 95-minute play "COURTING MAE WEST" written by dramatist LindaAnn Loschiavo (born in Boro Park and now living in Manhattan) and this serious-minded comedy will be onstage in a few months at the Algonquin Theatre on East 24th Street. Info - CourtingMaeWest.blogspot.com
* * Will the next MAE WEST hail from Brooklyn?
Feb. 4, 2008, 7:24 pm

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