DENIZEN SALON

Michael Riedel

 

December 6th

at 12:00pm, 2:00pm & 4:00pm

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The DENIZEN Theatre is proud to connect audiences with New York Times bestselling author, Michael Riedel.

 

Join us for the one-day event to discuss Riedel's new book Singular Sensation: The Triumph of Broadway. His newest release chronicles Broadway's '90s heyday until 9/11 brought it to a standstill — just as the global pandemic has done today. 

 

Hosted by New Paltz resident and New York Post Sunday Editor Margi Conklin, the DENIZEN Salon aims to bring stimulating conversation to our New Paltz neighbors with some of publishing's most esteemed names.

 

Riedel, a longtime theater columnist, will share some of his funniest behind-the-scenes Broadway tales.

 

3 WAYS TO EXPERIENCE THIS EVENT

 

IN PERSON: $20

Ticket price includes a FREE autographed hard cover of Singular Sensation ($28 value).

 

LIVE STREAM + FREE BOOK: $20

Ticket price includes a link to watch the live stream of the Salon event with Michael Riedel and a FREE autographed copy of the book. Books can be picked up at the Antique Barn at Water Street Market. 

 

LIVE STREAM ONLY: $10

Ticket price includes a link to watch the live stream of the Salon event with Michael Riedel. 

SAFETY

Complimentary masks and gloves are available to all patrons. Hand sanitizing stations are set up at the entrance.

 

All chairs are socially-distanced and face-coverings are required.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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MICHAEL RIEDEL

Michael Riedel has been the theater columnist for the New York Post since 1998. New York magazine has called his column a theater world “must-read." In 2017 WOR asked him to cohost its morning show with well-known sportscaster Len Berman. The Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning show is the highest-rated morning radio program in the NYC area. Michael’s book Razzle Dazzle won the 2015 Marfield Prize for arts writing and is widely considered to be the successor to William Goldman’s celebrated 1967 book, The Season. A graduate of Columbia University, Michael lives in the West Village.

SPECIAL THANKS

Special Thanks to our local sponsors for their generous support.

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