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The Lambs is America's oldest professional theatrical club; established in New York in 1874, incorporated in 1877.
I was first introduced to The Lambs by Fred Kelly, Gene Kelly's brother - it was Fed who taught Gene how to dance! Fred was first my teach, then my friend and mentor. I met Fred while studying at Pace University in Manhattan. My next training was at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where I met Lewis Hardee. Lewis also became a life-long close friend, and it was he and Fred who convinced me to join The Lambs (about 1982).
Over my years of membership at The Lambs I was able to hone my skills as an actor, singer and director through my frequent involvement in its many events and productions. I have been privlieged to serve as an officer of the club for over 15 years, and currently serve as its three-term Boy (vice-president).
The Lambs is a social club for professionals of the entertainment industry and is located in a private brownstone Wn west 51st Street, within in sight of two venerable New York City landmarks, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Radio City Music Hall. To read more about The Lambs, click here.
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