Bill Bowers Gala Performance

Lynx Ensemble Theater Logo
very proudly presents


BILL BOWERS

in a Gala Performance of his acclaimed, one-man show

Bill Bowers: IT GOES WITHOUT SAYING

to benefit Lynx Ensemble’s 2010 Season!

festivities will continue with a fabulous

cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception.

Monday, December 7th at 7PM
The Neighborhood Playhouse Theater, NYC

TICKETS: $30

FOR TICKETS/DONATIONS, click here.

We hope you’ll join us!  This gala evening will support Lynx Ensemble Theater’s thrilling 2010 Season, in which we’ll continue to present stereotype-shattering plays in all stages of development, and launch THE HEYOKAH PROJECT, a community-based theater initiative conceived and crafted by Bill Bowers.

MORE ABOUT BILL BOWERS

As an actor, mime and educator, Bill has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. His extensive training and heartfelt personal style of acting and pantomime have led him on an incredible journey from regional stage to tours, television, film, and Broadway. Bill has appeared on Broadway in The Lion King and The Scarlet Pimpernel, and on the stages of Radio City Music HallMadison Square Garden, and the Kennedy Center. An accomplished actor, educator, and mime, Bill has studied with Marcel Marceau and has pioneered an irreverent mime style that’s all his own. Bill’s solo plays have garnered rave reviews across the nation. He is featured in the film Two Weeks Notice with Sandra Bullockand Hugh Grant. In 2007, Bill starred in Lynx Ensemble Theater’s workshop of stellYY by Justin Deabler at HERE Arts Center in NYC.  To visit Bill’s website, CLICK HERE.

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Lynx Ensemble Theater is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that explores the nature of identity, exploding stereotyping and engendering empathy and understanding between diverse people.

Lynx Ensemble Theater is a member of A.R.T./New York and a recipient of grant awards from the Nancy Quinn Fund, the Katherine Dalglish Fund,
the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, the Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation, and the Ernest O. Reaugh Foundation.