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PLG Arts Jazz at the InkWell

Dr Mambo and the ExplosionPLG Arts Jazz at the Ink Well Cafe presents Dr. Mambo and his Explosion Experience  Thursday, March 10, from 8-10:30. The Experience Ensemble covers the bases from Caribbean sounds, reggae, salsa, Latin Jazz to Soukous and High Life as the rhythmic engines that drives the Experience Jazz extravaganza. They are firm believers in a Ghanaian proverb “SANKOFA, wonkyir” which, when translated, means “There’s nothing wrong with going back to your roots.”

You can hear a preview of this great sound at Dr. Mambo’s website. Then come hear it in person—and try some of the great soul food while you’re at it.

PLG Arts Jazz at the Ink Well presents great music the second Thursday of every month. Starting in the warmer weather, you can hear more great music on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month through July. Upcoming shows: April 14—Jeff King. April 28—David Aaron and Short Memory. Aren’t we lucky to have this so close by?

ArtMart 11225 – Saturday on Lincoln Road

ArtMart 11225 Lingua Nigra BanglesPLG Arts’ fifth annual ArtMart 11225 will be held, rain or shine, this Saturday, October 2nd on Lincoln Road between Flatbush and Ocean Avenue. ArtMart will feature the work of local artists, independent designers, and crafters from the Prospect Lefferts Gardens area. This is chance to meet and talk with local artists and to find unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. Among the vendors are Barbara Harrison Caban, Alicia Goodwin of Lingua Nigra, Numbisi Nkweti of Vintage Blvd, and Laurie Sheridan.

PLG Arts Presents the 5th Annual Summer of Free Theater for Children Ages 3 – 103

PLG Arts presents DAYDREAM directed by Rohana Elias-Reyes in Prospect Park’s Imagination Playground every weekend in June: Saturdays at 11a.m. and Sundays at 3p.m. All Performances free, no reservations required, seating on the ground. calls the show “can’t miss children’s theatre that Shakespeare lovers will truly appreciate,” this year with more magic, music, and puppets than ever. Free post-show art-making activities for children included, or bring your kids’ bathing suits for a splash in the dragon fountain. Visit: or call 718-393-7733 for more information.

PLG Arts Daydream

Daydream - Titania and the Fairy Court

Photo: S. Elias-Reyes

DAYDREAM was conceived in 2006 by Laura Frenzer, PLG Arts President and Rohana Elias-Reyes, a PLG Arts founding member, both Prospect Lefferts Gardens parents and theater professionals.  In an effort to make better use of the Imagination Playground stage, they decided to put on a show, and settled on a short family-friendly version of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”  Over the years twenty-one actors have performed in the show, all but six of whom have resided in PLG or nearby neighborhoods, and seven PLG residents have lent their talents as designers, builders, and seamstresses.

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LMA Holiday Party

By Roberta Woelfling
Axion AddictsIt was great to see so many of you at Lefferts Manor Association’s holiday party in December. LMA added a bit of spice to this function by involving our local PLG Arts group to provide some live entertainment. We are grateful to the band Axiom Addicts who played two wonderful sets of music including some holiday numbers. They were so professional and we were lucky that they agreed to play our little party. It helps when the lead singer and keyboard player live in the Manor. Thanks to Rina & Steve Kleege of Maple Street.

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Renowned Local Artist at PLG Arts Production

Otto NealOtto Neil and Laura FrenzerPLG Arts’ production of “Daydream”, a children’s version of Midsummer Night’s Dream had it’s third season in Prospect Park’s Imagination Playground this past summer. Otto Neals, a prominent Brooklyn sculptor and painter, and a frequent exhibitor at Dorsey’s Gallery, on Rogers Avenue in our neighborhood was on hand for the children’s activities following the Sunday July 13th performance. Neals created the large bronze statue of “Peter and Willie”, characters in Ezra Jack Keats’ book “Peter’s Chair” which is an important feature of this innovative playground.

Otto Neals and Laura Frenzer (Founder and President of PLG Arts and producer of this play)

Photographs, R. Marvin

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