RSVP Montgomery



JUL 29th
Disney's and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins
Time: Times vary -

JUL 29th
Sizzling Summer Studios
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 pm

JUL 31st
Back to School Breakfast
Time: 8-9:30 am

AUG 1st
The Lovely Patient
Time: 3-7 pm

AUG 5th
Entrepreneurial University
Time: 6-8:30 pm

AUG 8th
Green Movie Night at the Capri
Time: 6 pm

AUG 7th
Prime and Wine Night
Time: 5 - 10 pm

AUG 9th
Dads and Daughters Saturday (D.A.D.S)
Time: 11 a.m. - noon -

AUG 9th
Riverfront Wake Battle
Time: 9 am - 6 pm

AUG 12th
Veg Out Montgomery
Time: 7 pm

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Cover Story

JULY/AUGUST 2014

Many would say Alice Sherman was born to act. Born in New York City to parents involved in theater, her father is a director who later started running theaters around the country, and her mother is an actress and director. Sherman studied opera at Columbia University. After making the switch to theater and film, she graduated and moved to Los Angeles to learn more about film and television. Sherman did student films and a couple small roles in TV shows and feature films. She also worked in theater, and discovered it was her true calling. She recently returned to New York to pursue more theater and musical theater opportunities.

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Connections

JULY/AUGUST 2014

Growing up in the small town of Lapine, Alabama (about 30 miles south of Montgomery), my summers were not easily filled with fun activities. Sure, we found ways to have fun – like digging a hole in the backyard and filling it with the water hose, essentially creating our own “pond.” It was a pool or a pond really, depending on what was good for us at that particular time. Such creativity wasn’t always appreciated by the parents, but we had to find our own entertainment.

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Now Hear This

JULY/AUGUST 2014

What started out as a coffee table conversation among friends who wanted to provide younger audiences with both the opportunities to attend classical music events in casual attire and social moments to enjoy with friends and performers culminated in the formation of ClefWorks in 2006. The premiere season was held in Montgomery in the summer of 2007, with the underlying concept of “demystifying” classical music by engaging all ages with an art form that many, surprisingly, already had a connection to – often through music lessons as a child or simply from hearing melodies in movies, commercials and Saturday cartoons.

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Reply Yes

JULY/AUGUST 2014

Men’s clothing extraordinaire Tom Ford once said “Dressing well is a form of good manners.” We couldn’t agree more! With the start of the summer season come countless weddings, parties and events that fill the social calendars of every modern gent. Before you open your closet and reach for the same suit and tie combo that you’ve sported at your last six formal outings, take a look at this guide styled by The Locker Room. Add new pieces or get creative with you own, but remember gentlemen, there is no such thing as being overdressed

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Singled Out

JULY/AUGUST 2014

I believe every human being, male or female, needs at least one year of their adult life of mandatory “single-ness” (an awkward word but useful for our purposes), a “commitment vacation.” I have often mentioned this to my friends, and I always receive a certain amount of resistance. “What?! No intimacy? For a year?” Before you hyperventilate, I’m not suggesting you give up any romantic interaction. Your needs are yours to explore as you see fit, but no serious relationships. You are banned from anything that even winks in the direction of a committed relationship. “Love at first sight” is not only banned from your kingdom, it will be shot if found anywhere on the premises.

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