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Photo Coverage: Karen Mason & Heather MacRae Take Part in THE BELLE OF TOMBSTONE Reading

The Belle Of Tombstone a musical with music by Michele Brourman, co-Book/Lyrics by Sheila Rae, and co book by Thomas Edward West had a staged reading last night at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
The setting was appropriate since the story is about Wyatt Earp and Josie Marcus, who in 1899 left her upper-class Jewish family for a wild adventure with her future husband the legendary frontier lawman Wyatt Earp. In this reading which was directed by Joe Barros, Karen Mason was Josie earp (widow of Wyatt) and Jeather MacRae was Allie Earp (widow of Virgil Earp. Hannah Rose DeFlumeri was you Josie (Josephine Sarah Marcus). Belle Of Tombstone has an all female cast.
Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff


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From This Author - Stephen Sorokoff

Stephen is also the cabaret/ music and co-theatre editor of the Times Square Chronicles. He studied at the Manhattan School of Music. Besides being a pianist, Stephen’s business career was in... (read more about this author)


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