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(E) Premier in New York, SAME DIFFERENCE Music by Nenad Bach
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  01/7/2003 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
(E) Premier in New York, SAME DIFFERENCE Music by Nenad Bach
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Dear All,

I wrote a song called "Have a Reason Have a Faith" for the show SameDifference. I may be performing few shows but I don't know if and which ones. Istarted my work on scoring a film called Justice at this time.

So, if you are in the neighborhood, (The West End Theatre 263 West 86thStreet, Manhattan New York, Box Office 212-539-6506) please come by andexperience this interesting theater work. Music is with the live musicians. Thewhole effort was done with a lot of enthusiasm and energy of the artists thatbelieve in it. And if you see me, feel free to come and introduce yourself. Thethough behind the idea of Reason and Faith is that true and deepest faith is noton the other side of reason but it's integral part. Questioning everything ispart of developing you strong faith. Keep fingers crossed.  

My best,

Nenad Bach

Have you been wondering how we can better understand our neighbors of other faiths? 
How can we walk a wider path together? 
The Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew Congregation B'nai Jeshurun
The American Sufi Muslim Association Muslims Against Terrorism
The Alan B. Slifka Foundation The Dialogue Project
The New York Annual Conference/United Methodist Committee on Relief
Invite you to attend an exciting theatre production 
SAME DIFFERENCE
NYC Faith Stories in Words, Music & Dance
with original music & dance and a multi-cultural cast -- looking at Interfaith New York City before and after 9/11. Based on the actual words from interviews with Christian, Muslim and Jewish New Yorkers, this provocative piece shows the diversity and common ground of our interfaith community, with humor, passion and truth.
JANUARY 7- JANUARY 19, 2003
Jan. 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 at 8PM
Jan. 12 and 19 at 3PM

Interfaith Dialogues to follow performances on Jan. 9, 16, 12, & 19
The West End Theatre in the Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew
263 West 86th Street, northeast corner of 86th Street & West End Avenue, NYC 

Reservations required (donations welcomed)
Call the Theatre Outrageous Box Office 212-539-6506
Producer: Eileen B. Weiss Associate Producer: Mim Warden
Conceived & Directed by: Sarah Brockus
Head Writers: Annie Evans & Barbara Grecki
Choreographer: Renata Celichowska 
Musical Director: Annie Burns
Set Designer: Chris Jones
Costume Designer: Gail Cooper-Hecht
Lighting Designer: Tyler Micoleau
Multimedia Designer: Andrew G. Milmoe
Production Manager: Jim Ring*
Stage Manager: Rachel Barton
Featuring: David Anzuelo*, Tamayo Arai, Mor Dior Bamba, Yoel Ben-Simhon, Julie Ellis*, John Forde*, H. Howard Heard, Cristin J. Hubbard*, Jon Krupp*, Jack Landron*,
Kristi Little, Charlotte Patton*, Afaf Shawwa, Ryan Stewart*, Chris Pedro Trakas*
*member AEA/an Equity approved showcase production
With original music by:
Nenad Bach, Mor Dior Bamba, Barry Danielian, 
Matt Fried, Jill Jaffe, Jerome Korman, Ned Rorem, Basya Schechter

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