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To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Tony-Award winning play "The Elephant Man," Kevin Jay Productions in association with The Theatre St. Clement's will revive the show for a limited run. From Sept. 2 to 25, a new generation of theatregoers and old fans will have the chance to see the Bernard Pomerance show at the Theatre St. Clement's, 423 W. 46th Street, Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets have been rolled back to $20 to reflect 1979 prices.

In addition to recreating "The Elephant Man," this production will benefit the St. Clement's Food Pantry for the homeless and hungry in the Theatre District. Every Saturday, St. Clement's Church distributes bags of groceries to over 200 needy families.

Reservations: (212) 330-7911.

Women's Film Benefit

Want to see a hot new show and help The Women's Film Preservation Fund of New York Women In Film and Television?

On Sept. 22, the Fund will host a major fundraiser at a performance of the new Broadway comedy "Epic Proportions," starring Kristen Chenowith at the Helen Hayes Theatre. A dinner with cast members at Sardi's following the performance will be part of the event.

Founded in 1995, The Women's Film Preservation Fund restores and preserves films in which women comprised significant creative roles. So far, the Fund has helped restore 22 short and feature length films, many of which are available at the Museum of Modern Art's Circulating Library.

For more information about tickets, and NYWIFT membership, call (212) 679-0870.

Dixon Place Moves from Living Room Operation to Real Theatre

In a classic example of life beyond the living room, Dixon Place-founded in 1986 by Ellie Covan in her living room-will celebrate its new home at the Vineyard Theatre. The company's new home, dubbed Dixon Place At Vineyard 26 (309 East 26th Street) will be officially launched with a gala celebration, Wed., Sept. 15, at 6:30 pm at its new digs.

When Dixon Place was founded it was the only performance art space of its kind. Thirteen years later, it remains one of the only performance art organizations offering a laboratory environment in New York. It is recognized around the world for providing a performance and workshop space for theatre artists from John Leguizamo and Blue Man Group to David Cale, and Reno to name just a few.

The gala will feature performances by award-winning actress Kathleen Chalfant, writer-performer Nancy Giles, the lesbian gospel quartet Pillars of Salt, poet-performer Regie Cabico, performance artist-magician Derek Hughes, and wacky musical performance group, White Knuckle Sandwich, among others.

For more information call (212)-532-1546.

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