Emily Mann, Stanley Kubrick and More at Raconteur This Weekend

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From the Raconteur:

8 PM, Fri. Nov 6
Playwright/Artistic Director of McCarter Theater
This year Emily Mann celebrates her 20 year anniversary as the multi-award winning Artistic Director and Resident Playwright of McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey, where she has overseen some 85 productions. Her new play, Mrs. Packard, premiered at McCarter in May 2008. A recipient of the prestigious Hull-Warriner Award and the Edward Albee Last Frontier Directing Award, Ms. Mann is a member of the Dramatists Guild and serves on its Council. She recieved an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from Princeton University. Both Ms. Packard and a collection of her plays, Testimonies, will be on sale at the event. Click HERE for more info regarding the McCarter Theater. FREE! Complimentary wine

4 - 7 PM, Sat. Nov 7
Pre-Holiday Sale
Hosted by Carolynn DeOrio

Come on down to the first annual arts and crafts show at The Raconteur. Check out original artwork and handemade crafts by local artisans. A silent auction benefiting the Children's Hospital of New Jersey will be held during the show. All proceeds from the auction will be given to charity (www.childrens-specialized.org). For more info or questions: write Carrie_Hess03@yahoo.com.

8 PM, Sat. Nov. 7
STILL TICKIN': The Return of Clockwork Orange
Documentary Film Screening

A Clockwork Orange drew record audiences for nearly a year before Warner Brothers and Stanley Kubrick (who was troubled by the extreme, nation-wide reaction to the movie) abruptly withdrew it from British distribution. Popular belief was that several vicious copycat attacks led Kubrick to rescind the film, but, in this rarely seen BBC documentary on the ban-and-return (27 years later) of the cult classic, his widow, Christine, confirmed rumors that Kubrick withdrew A Clockwork Orange on police advice, after violent threats were made against him and his family. FREE! (Natch)

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