(PHOTO: Samantha AKA “Sassay Sammy” singing “Something’s Coming” from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein.)
The Rye Arts Center has launched its third “fRYEday Not Live” video, combining the variety show model of The RAC’s popular fRYEday Night Live performances with the philanthropic focus of its Annual Benefit.
In conjunction with the video series, the local non-profit has launched a crowdfunding campaign. Donations will help The Rye Arts Center continue to operate throughout the pandemic, presenting online classes, lessons, and outreach programs.
Check out the video of fRYEday Not Live, Episode 3, below. Here is who you will find on the video, and the precise time stamp:
1:47 – Peter Green, “It’s Not Easy Being Green” by Joe Raposo
4:45 – Shelley Mayer, New York State Senator
6:21 – Anne and John Fumasoli, “Heal the World” by Micheal Jackson
10:10 – Carolina Johnson, Rye City Council Member
11:19 – Samantha AKA “Sassay Sammy” “Something’s Coming” from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein
13:23 – Joel Trieger, A Stop-Motion Film with Music and Sculpture by Joel Trieger
16:49 – Syndee Brown, Charlotte Derman, Erin Ellis, Shannon Kaplan, Kiki Keith, Saina Srivastava, “Ex-Wives” from the Musical Six
20:08 – Amaya Yokuty, “In My Red Convertable” and “The Dragon Hunt”
22:19 – Theodore Whitehead Rockas, Variations on an Original Theme Op. 21, No. 1, ny Johannes Brahms
26:29 – Mayor Josh Cohn, City of Rye
30:03 – Lauren Jenkins, “Ashokan Farewell” by Jay Ungar and “Draggin’ the Bow” by Curt Massey