Curtin and Sheffer to Read Selected Shorts July 19 in Manhattan

News   Curtin and Sheffer to Read Selected Shorts July 19 in Manhattan A special free presentation of Symphony Space's Selected Shorts series will be offered July 19 at Pier I in Manhattan.

Part of the annual Summer on the Hudson festival, the 4 PM reading will boast the talents of Emmy Award winner Jane Curtin and Symphony Space co-founder Isaiah Sheffer. Curtin will read the M.F.K. Fisher story "I Was Really Very Hungry," and Sheffer will read Robertson Davies' "The Cat That Went to Trinity."

The reading will be held at Pier I and West 70th Street at the Hudson River in Manhattan. For more information call 311 or (212) 408-0219 or visit www.nyc.gov/parks/soh or www.riversideparkfund.org.

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Rain date is 4 PM Aug. 2 at the same location.

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