Isabella Rossellini Martin Scorsese


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Rossellini performed "Link Link Circus" (as in Ring Ring)as a benefit for The Gateway Performing Arts Center of Suffolk County, in Bellport, New York, the south shore Long Island village where she is a local organic farmer. "Link Link Circus" is performed by Rossellini in a black and red ringmaster's tailcoat, with the assistance of her dog, Peter Pan, who performs a few tricks and is costumed as other animals including a chicken and a dinosaur. In addition to Rossellini and Pan, the production includes puppets, handled by puppeteer Schuyler Beeman, and still photos, home movies, animation and excerpts from her "Green Porno" film series projected on a large screen behind the set decorated with Rossellini's childhood toys, including a marionette stage and a toy upright piano, which Rossellini plays in the show. The set was designed by Andy Byers, who is also the Costume Designer and Composer for the show. In promoting the show, which was performed twice at The Gateway, Rossellini was featured in Long Island's Newsday. Proceeds from The Gateway production of "Link Link Circus" also benefited The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center, a nonprofit located near Rossellini's Bellport home in Patchogue, New York.

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Actress Isabella Rossellini Talks about her Young Age Hardships and Married Life! View ..., Odd celeb couples: Can you believe they dated?! - NY Daily News, How Stars Dressed Long Before the Red-Carpet Era -- The Cut