Screening of The Sting at Paul Newman’s hometown

NEW HAVEN, CT — The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp celebrated its Founder’s Legacy at Westport Country Playhouse on January 30, 2012

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp visited the hometown of its founder Paul Newman to celebrate his creative and philanthropic spirit at Westport Country Playhouse with a special screening of The Sting.

I looked up to Paul Newman as a true role model,” recalled Hamlisch who won an Oscar for adapting the music for the iconic 1973 film that starred Newman and Robert Redford.

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Site.

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Comments:

Marvin H – Couldn’t make it to the Founder’s Celebration. Very glad things went well.

Larry P–  It was a great event and I’m happy to support the camp. The Westport Country Playhouse was an outstanding venue.

Fred T–  Happy to have supported the event! Keep up the great work!

Michelle G- Was a real pleasure to be there. There was a happy feeling in the theater and Jimmy Canton is awesome and articulate and is keeping the legacy alive. ♥

Pamela M — was a pleasure to attend!

Tina  C — Wonderful to be there!

Tara G K — A great time was had by all!