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Lisa Farber-Miller makes her YouTube™ debut in "Ten Minutes to Curtain" - watch the video to help her reach her goal!

Ten Minutes to Curtain – Please Watch

We received an email request earlier today from Lisa Farber-Miller, who is one of the strongest supporters of the local Jewish community.  If Lisa asks for our help, it is a privilege for us to do what we can.  Here’s an excerpt:

If you have a spare minute or two, I could use your help in support of the Denver Center Theatre Company. I make my YouTube™ debut in this month’s Ten Minutes to Curtain produced by my son Charlie. I am trying to beat the record of 2100 hits set by Dan Ritchie’s rap episode.  .  .  If you don’t receive monthly Ten Minutes to Curtain emails and you’d like to sign up, you can email Charlie at cmiller@dcpa.org.

We just couldn’t resist this one – it’s got Lisa, the proud mom helping out her son, the potential for a viral video, all the ingredients for some fun.  We suspect there’s some behind the scenes action involved, but no matter, we rise to the call.  YouTube does track your watching this video even on the Boulder Jewish News site (magic! scary!).  Enjoy!

About Cheryl Fellows

I am living happily ever after in Boulder with David, Lauren and Ethan (and Rocky and Cookie), blessed with family and friends and a great community.

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