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Dear Students- Have you ever wanted to see a Broadway show in New York City and explore the different city attractions? Then look no further. New York City and the Broadway play are just an e-mail away. This play is an Oprah production and has received great reviews.

DAY TRIP TO New York City and Watching the play "The Color Purple"
Color Purple, The
Broadway Theatre - 53rd and Broadway street

Alice Walker's diverse and unforgettable characters come vividly to life
on stage, blending dance with blues, gospel, jazz, swing, rural roots and
African music. The Color Purple is a saga of hope, inspiration and
triumph. Based on the novel by Alice Walker and the Warner Brothers/Amblin
Entertainment motion picture. IC alum is the Company Manger of this show

Details of Trip:

Date of Travel : Sunday, April 16, 2006 (Easter Sunday)
Cost to Students : $99***
Play : "The Color Purple" 3:00 p.m. show
Transporation : Leave at 5:45 a.m. leave from Ithaca (the
Towers) and leaves Manhattan at 8:45 p.m. back to Ithaca on the same day

***Tickets will be sold on a first come first serve basis!

To reserve a seat:
1. e-mail to reserve a seat
2. Bring a deposit of $40 to Terrace 2, 103

Please direct any questions to me via e-mail at or in person.

Hope to see you on the trip!!

Pranay Bhatla
Ithaca College
Terraces 1-4 Residence Director
H.O.M.E. program Residence Director
Sustainability program Residence Director

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