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For Immediate Release December 16, 2014 Media Contact: Katie Rosin / Kampfire PR 917-562-5670 /… http://wp.me/s249q8-181

For Immediate Release

December 16, 2014

Media Contact: Katie Rosin / Kampfire PR

917-562-5670 / Katie@kampfirefilmspr.com

ACTORS AND DIRECTORS LIVING IN BROOKLYN

In association with THE SIMON STUDIO

Proudly Presents the World Premiere of

THE PORTRAIT

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THE PORTRAIT to open Off-Broadway in January, 2014
THE PORTRAIT to open Off-Broadway in January, 2014Marty Finklestein, an off, off, off Broadway director has inherited a valuable portrait of an early…View Post

THE PORTRAIT to open Off-Broadway in January, 2014

Marty Finklestein, an off, off, off Broadway director has inherited a valuable portrait of an early…

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THE PORTRAIT a new comedy by Sarah Levine Simon to open Off-Broadway January 16, 2014View Post

THE PORTRAIT a new comedy by Sarah Levine Simon to open Off-Broadway January 16, 2014

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Here is the text to Mouse Music: You

Here is the text to Mouse Music: You can also listen to our Simon Studio NPR broadcast of the piece with actors and orchestra.

MOUSE MUSIC

Written By

Sarah Levine Simon

 

Schubert scraped the last drops of raspberry jam from the side of the jar and…

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A “comicatura” about singers in one house dueling with instrumentalist in the house next door. The noise in the neighborhood drives the neighbors to near distraction until a little child and a talking dog suggest that someone call a conductor. The conductor arrives, taps her baton on the music stand and gets both crews to make real music. What started out as a story for children has grown into a fun piece for kids up to age 100. A bit Felliniesque.

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Justice State of Washington Style
Sarah Levine Simon, 109 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Phone: 845 485-9829 email: sarah@sarahlevinesimon.com http://www.sarahlevinesimon.com
February 8, 2011
To: Governor Chris Gregoire: office of the Governor, PO box 98504-4111
And via Fax to 360 753-4111
Dear Governor Grigoire:
I am writing to make you aware that persons working for the Justice system in the State of Washington issued a restraining order and commenced extradition proceedings from New York State on Noah David Simon, a resident of Poughkeepsie, New York, and who is my son, without any investigation into the allegations. His accuser, his former computer-programming professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, had papers served on her former student Noah Simon, falsely identifying him as part of a Carnegie Mellon conspiracy against her.
Accuser is a woman with a history of making accusations against men, and of filing lawsuits based on those accusations. The accusations made against Noah Simon should have at the very least raised eyebrows if not hackles. Accuser freely entered into a blog written by Noah and freely engaged in dialogue with him and others in the blog. She then took a video and statement out of context to the district attorney and to the news media. (She has a personal or family relationship with the investigating detective Marik.)
With the restraining order in place Accuser continued to dialogue with Noah on his blog. She could do this because the restraining order was only binding on Noah, not on her. Hence he unwittingly became guilty of violating the restraining order.
Three clicks of the mouse would have brought the ADA Hugo Torres of the Seattle District Attorney’s office to Accuser v. Carnegie Mellon University. Three more clicks of the mouse would have brought Torres to the blog site and the context of the discussion between Simon, accuser and others. He would have known immediately that he could never have convicted Noah for any felony. So the People of the State of Washington paid to have Noah extradited over three thousand miles away on quasi-arguable misdemeanor charges.
Something has gone very awry in the justice system that allowed this case to proceed. Furthermore after more than a month in jail, he was convinced to plead to misdemeanor charges in order to avoid more expense; bail, jail time, and fear for his safety. Noah is a Jewish activist and he was incarcerated with skinheads tattooed with swastikas. He was not given a final tally of her legal fees before agreeing to payment of Accuser’s legal fees. Upon his plea he was released into the streets of Seattle without identification or a coat. The jailers lost his personal property.
He was unable to get on an airplane without an ID and rode the Greyhound bus across the country in one of the worst blizzards in history. His treatment by the State of Washington has been inhumane throughout these proceedings. Our entire family has suffered the humiliation and the financial burden of lawyers, long-distance travel, physical and emotional pain and suffering.
I used to think of Seattle as the place to live, eat well, see great ballet and opera. I will never visit again.
Respectfully Yours,
Sarah Levine Simon
Something is rotten in the State of Washington Justice System

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 Sarah Levine Simon, 109 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Phone: 845 485-9829 email: sarah@sarahlevinesimon.com http://www.sarahlevinesimon.com

                                  February 8, 2011

To: Governor Chris Gregoire: office of the Governor, PO box 98504-4111

And via Fax to 360 753-4111

Dear Governor Grigoire:

I am writing to make you aware that persons working for the Justice system in the State of Washington issued a restraining order and commenced extradition proceedings from New York State on Noah David Simon, a resident of Poughkeepsie, New York, and who is my son, without any investigation into the allegations. His accuser, his former computer-programming professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, had papers served on her former student Noah Simon, falsely identifying him as part of a Carnegie Mellon conspiracy against her.

Accuser is a woman with a history of making accusations against men, and of filing lawsuits based on those accusations. The accusations made against Noah Simon should have at the very least raised eyebrows if not hackles. Accuser freely entered into a blog written by Noah and freely engaged in dialogue with him and others in the blog. She then took a video and statement out of context to the district attorney and to the news media. (She has a personal or family relationship with the investigating detective Marik.)

With the restraining order in place Accuser continued to dialogue with Noah on his blog. She could do this because the restraining order was only binding on Noah, not on her. Hence he unwittingly became guilty of violating the restraining order.

Three clicks of the mouse would have brought the ADA Hugo Torres of the Seattle District Attorney’s office to Accuser v. Carnegie Mellon University. Three more clicks of the mouse would have brought Torres to the blog site and the context of the discussion between Simon, accuser and others. He would have known immediately that he could never have convicted Noah for any felony. So the People of the State of Washington paid to have Noah extradited over three thousand miles away on quasi-arguable misdemeanor charges.

Something has gone very awry in the justice system that allowed this case to proceed. Furthermore after more than a month in jail, he was convinced to plead to misdemeanor charges in order to avoid more expense; bail, jail time, and fear for his safety. Noah is a Jewish activist and he was incarcerated with skinheads tattooed with swastikas. He was not given a final tally of her legal fees before agreeing to payment of  Accuser’s legal fees. Upon his plea he was released into the streets of Seattle without identification or a coat. The jailers lost his personal property.

He was unable to get on an airplane without an ID and rode the Greyhound bus across the country in one of the worst blizzards in history. His treatment by the State of Washington has been inhumane throughout these proceedings. Our entire family has suffered the humiliation and the financial burden of lawyers, long-distance travel, physical and emotional pain and suffering.

I used to think of Seattle as the place to live, eat well, see great ballet and opera. I will never visit again.

Respectfully Yours,

Sarah Levine Simon