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Author Edward G. Pizzella Pens a Memoir of Community Theatre and Developing Hidden Talents

The life of Italian immigrants way back 1930’s was extremely hard.

Newington, Connecticut – WEBWIRE

Talents kept are good as nothing; they should be shared, shown and developed.

The book, “The Versatility of Chairs: A Theatrical Memoir,” written by Edward G. Pizzella narrates the struggles of Italian Immigrants back in 1930’s in Hartford, Connecticut. It tells about a variety of things. One is about coping with poverty and surviving. It is also about family — the love they share, parenting, and instilling sound principles to the young. It talks about the importance of education and the need to be involved in the affairs of the community. It shares about self-reliance, self-esteem, and establishing and accomplishing worthy goals. It is also about community theatre and searching for and developing hidden talents. It also describes the immense satisfaction that one can have from striving to be proficient in live theatre as an actor, director and producer.

Finally, it is about transforming the inert and flaccid written word into vital third dimensional action and having to experience the great feeling of power and gratification of being appreciated by the audience.

This is a great book and definitely a must read. It contains an exciting account of the life of Italian immigrants long time ago. It contains stories that not just give fun and excitement to readers, but also lessons that can be applied in their own lives.

“The Versatility of Chairs: A Theatrical Memoir” will be presented as one of the titles at the 2017 American Association of School Librarians this coming November 9, 2017. Hurry and grab a copy now!
The Versatility of Chairs: A Theatrical Memoir
Written by Edward G. Pizzella
Published by XLIBRIS
Published date December 30, 2014
Paperback price $15.97
About the Author
Edward G. Pizzella is not just a poet but also a lawyer, politician, consumer advocate, actor, director, producer and writer. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut and attended local schools. In 1954, he graduated cum laude with a B.A. degree from Trinity College, and in 1957, he received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Since then, he had been engaged in the general practice of law. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, the U.S. Supreme Court Bar, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals Bar and the Federal District Court Bar for the District of Connecticut. He became active in community theatre in the late 1960’s and subsequently directed and appeared in more than 100 community theatre productions throughout central Connecticut. He was nominated as Newington’s Republican candidate for Mayor in the year 1975, and as the Republican candidate for Probate Judge for the Newington Probate District in 1990.

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