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Artists in Partnershipin collaboration with South Shore Theatricals is proud to announce the return of live musical theatre in Long Beach! Back to the 20s!” is a celebration of the music of the roarng 20's with a diverse cast of professional and local talent. The show is a live, full feature, cabaret-style production of song and dance and will include 40 plus musical numbers from the decade including “Ain’t We Got Fun,” “The Charleston,” “Honeysuckle Rose,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” and “Singin’ in the Rain,”
to name just a few.Two performances will take place on Sunday, August 8.
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Why should you sponsor "Back to the 20s!"?
The production will serve as a fundraising event celebrating Artists in Partnership’s 20th year of empowering artists and engaging the community. With your sponsorship being used to cover all production costs, ticket sale proceeds can then be donated to Artists In Partnership, Inc. to be used toward funding future art events. Donations to our 501c3 non-profit corporation are tax-deductible. For more information, contact Lisa at: and
visit our website: www.

Toro Nagashi “Flowing Lanterns” CeremonyToro Nagashi
Sunday, August 22, 2021 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm.
Harry Chapin Lakeside and Theatre
Parking Field #6
Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, New York

Artists in Partnership is proud to announce a Multicultural Evening in Remembrance and Reflection for those who have experienced loss as a result of Covid-19. The event combines an open-air art installation and performances from diverse traditions and cultures. For more information, please
Artists in Partnership in collaboration with the Yellow Heart Memorial Nassau Chapter is seeking photographs and information about Nassau County loved ones lost to Covid-19. As part of our August 22nd “Toro Nagashi” Covid memorial event in Eisenhower Park, we will be featuring the images of 20 individuals who will serve to represent the loss of 3000+ individuals from our Nassau County Community. 
The deadline for submissions is Sunday, July 25, 2021. 

Please email a photo of your loved one and include their name, date of passing, and a brief description to: Please include your contact information as well. Photos will be randomly selected by lottery.
For more information about the event please