DODY GOODMAN MEMORIAL AT ST. PETER'S CHURCH ON OCT. 27 AT 7:00PM.
The beloved comedienne, Dody Goodman, will be remembered in a
Memorial Celebration to be held on October 27th at 7:00 in the evening, in
Saint Peter's Church, 619 Lexington Avenue (entrance on 54th Street).
Miss Goodman's career spanned over 75 years: she began as a teen-aged
ballet dancer, and became a popular Broadway, Off-Broadway, cabaret, radio, television,
and film performer, remaining active in show business until she was in her
90's. Dody loved The Singing Experience and participated in the workshop many
times. She was always learning and improving her skills. I was privileged to
direct her cabaret act that was performed at The New York Sheet Music Society
and on the condo circuit. Scheduled to share their memories are: George S.
Irving, Richard Skipper, Leroy Reams, Donald Sadler, KT Sullivan, and myself,
among many others. Miss Goodman's never-before-seen film, which was based
on her book, “Women, Women, Women!” will be shown. A reception will
Seating is limited so it is important that you call or e-mail to be
GUEST LIST, either contact Joan Adams, at 212-875-2834 - e-mail
or Richard Skipper: 845
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