2015 Spring Gala: Berlin to Broadway - Transatlantic (Mon, 03/23/2015)

Post date: Jan 28, 2023 7:53:46 PM

A Celebration of early 20th Century Hits

Starring the International Singing Sensation

Adrienne Haan

Produced by Carol Ostrow


Adrienne Haan is an award-winning concert and cabaret star in Europe and the United States, who will sing a diverse repertoire of chanson to jazz, blues, klezmer and Broadway, as a Benefit for The Actors’ Temple. This benefit is produced by Carol Ostrow, honoring Phyllis Malamud and her father, Cantor Louis Malamud, who served the congregation for forty years.

Buy Tickets online or call us to order by phone!

Synagogue office land line: (212) 245-6975

or Larry Roberts our office manager's cell: (917) 796-3121

Coffee & cookies after the performance.

Tickets from $50 to $1,000 for donors.

Monday, March 23rd, 2015, 7:30 PM

The Actors' Temple Theatre

339 West 47th Street

New York, NY, 10036

Make Your Reservations Now for this award winning singer hailed as “an all-round entertainer of the highest calibre,” one of Europe’s and America's most electrifying concert and cabaret stars.

Tickets are Tax Deductible to the extent allowed by law.

The Actors' Temple Board of Directors and Carol Ostrow cordially invite you to an evening of pure joy, starring the incredibly talented International singing sensation Adrienne Haan, pictured above or to the left.

This unforgettable evening will feature a musical voyage from the 1920's Berlin to recent Broadway while singing Klezmer/Hebrew music and beloved Broadway showtunes in five languages and much, much more. Adrienne has been hailed as "an all-around entertainer of the highest calibre", with Richard Danley on piano and Mike Campenni on drums.


We will also be honoring the wonderful Phyllis Malamud for her many contributions to the Temple and that of her father, Cantor Louis Malamud.

Our once beautiful "jewel of a shul", is trying to keep its doors opened. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1917, it is falling into terrible disrepair. If we do not renovate in the near future, we will lose this building. It is more than a building. It is our show business heritage. The stars who built this Temple paved the way for Jewish actors, dancers, comedians, directors, and producers to be taken seriously and to have careers in New York. If those old walls could talk, we would be screaming with laughter or crying our eyes out with the likes of Sophie Tucker, Edward G. Robinson, The Three Stooges, The Ritz Brothers, Marx Brothers, Milton Berle, Shelly Winters and sooooo many more. This is your history too!!! Please be with us. We cannot do this without you and your generosity.

PRODUCERS: $1,000 plus 2 Prime Orchestra Seats

SUPPORTERS: $750 plus 2 Prime Orchestra Seats

DONOR MENTION: $500 plus 1 Prime Orchesta Seat

(all the following options are per person, for 1 seat each)