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Photo Flash: Early Look at Ripple Effect's Presentation of Mark Schultz's DEATHBED

Ripple Effect Artists present a special limited run of DEATHBED benefiting Gilda's Club of NYC, 4/23-27.

Jessica Jennings and Jay Thomas prepare for another intense rehearsal for Ripple Effect's presentation of Mark Schultz's DEATHBED, a play depicting the plight of nine characters dealing with - or preparing for - the end. Director Brent Buell is seen here with Joseph Esbenshade, preparing the actors for their tense moments.

Ripple Effect Artists and its producer, Jessie Fahay, believe that art should do more than imitate life; it should help it ... even save it. Each production in their repertoire serves as a parable for a situation in the world today that demands our attention and DEATHBED will serve to shine a strong light on the sad state of affairs surrounding the American healthcare system.

Influenced by the ObamaCare battle and a recent healthcare poll showing United States efficiency far down on the list, Ripple Effect Artists presents a pivotal production raising awareness in the need for a more thorough and compassionate system for one of the most essential human needs. As is tradition, Ripple Effect Artists will donate a significant percentage of box office proceeds to Gilda's Club of NYC [www.gildasclubnyc.org] in the hopes that the efforts of these artists will create ... a ripple effect.

For ticket Reservations, Please visit www.rippleeffectartists.com.

Photo Credit: A.G. Liebowitz/WrightGroupNY

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Photo Flash: Early Look at Ripple Effect's Presentation of Mark Schultz's DEATHBED

Photo Flash: Early Look at Ripple Effect's Presentation of Mark Schultz's DEATHBED

Photo Flash: Early Look at Ripple Effect's Presentation of Mark Schultz's DEATHBED

Photo Flash: Early Look at Ripple Effect's Presentation of Mark Schultz's DEATHBED

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