Thursday, 11 June 2009 18:24

7:00 TO 9:30PM - COTA PRESENTS: The Other Performing Arts

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Presbyterian Church of the Mountain
Admission Charge: $10.00

THE MARSHA CAHN ENSEMBLE
Marsha Cahn - viola
Chris Souza - violin
Agnieszka Rybska - cello

THE SOUND OF STRINGS QUARTET
Olivia Reed - violin
Joe Snyder - violin
Emily Geiger - viola
Sophia Rostock - cello

THE TOTTS GAP DANCERS
Directed by Angeline Wolf
Donald Dal Maso, viola
Laura Buzzard
Maeve Godshalk
Sophia Villano

THE WATER GAP PLAYERS
Denny Carrig
Jim Gloria
Dave Hymes
Betsy Jackson
Ann Mathews

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:

Marsha Cahn
toured with Barbra Streisand, the Mahavishnu orchestra, and a former member of the New Jersey Symphony. She currently lives and teaches music in Stroudsburg, PA.

Denny Carrig
is an original member of the COTA Festival and also performs theater, TV, and film in New York City and around the country.

Dave Hymes
has performed numerous characters over the past 30 years in the COTA Festival, and in New York City and the Poconos. "I care not what others think of what I do, but I care very much about what I think of what I do. That is character." - Theodore Roosevelt

Jim Gloria
a brilliant set designer from the Rutgers MFA program. Jim is making his debut as a Water Gap Player.  

Ann Mathews and Betsy Jackson
collaborated to create new works that are both humorous and poignant. Their current work - "Two Women Talking" - was recently produced locally.

Olivia Reed, Sophia Rostock, Joe Snyder, Emily Geiger
are the next generation of young, talented local musicians.

Angeline Wolf 
toured the world dancing and directing. She helped create ballets for Alvin Alley, American Dance Theater, and the Lyon Opera ballet, among others. Angie also was a guest performer in the New York seasons of Twyla Tharp and dancers. She currently teaches dance at Totts Gap Institute.

 

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