“The World of Carl Sandberg” at Teaneck New Theatre

“The World of Carl Sandberg”
Based on the works by Carl Sandberg
Adapted by Norman Corwin

The world of Carl Sandburg was performed on Broadway by Bette Davis and Leif Erikson et al. The Play featured the best of the Pulitzer Prize winner's works, including, the biography of Lincoln. Interspersed with American folk songs from the Sandburg's Songbag. The show is both playful and serious, homespun and wise. Dry in its wit like a prarie philosopher, and unfailingly comic. It, is an evening with a gay and witty shrug. The snappers that mark the endings of so many Sandburg's aphorisms are impudent and comic.

Tickets: Adults $10 Seniors & Students $8

Performed by Teaneck New Theatre
At Bogart Memorial Church
Performances ran
Thursday, February 22, 2001 thru Sunday, February 25, 2001
Narrator.... Clair Hardenstine
Ensemble.... Ann Coppola Has Bio
Ensemble.... Frank DaPuzzo
Ensemble.... Bob LoBue
Ensemble.... Karol Shveytser Has photo
Ensemble.... Robie Wedeen
Directed by C. Edwin Shade