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In October Valerie Taylor co-authored a play in Mantua, Italy, concerning the frescos of Giulio Romano in the Palazzo Te that depict the Fall of the Giants (from Ovid’s famous tale).
The production has been included in a documentary for American television. In 1999 Valerie and six other Hunter College graduate students co-curated a Giulio Romano exhibition at the Leubsdorf Gallery on the Hunter campus.
Consultant Janice Trebbi Richards is developing marketing materials for a new cancer foundation that focuses on gene therapy research. She is co-president of the Greenwich High School PTA for a second year. Daughter Kimberly, 18, is a sophomore at Connecticut College; son Alex, 17, is a senior at Greenwich High School; and 7th-grader Caroline is 12 going on 30. Husband Bruce, who works for National Australia Bank, was accompanied down-under by Janice this past May.
After a 15-year hiatus, Frann Addison has returned to the art of metalsmithing. She set up a studio, where she is creating—from pewter, brass, beveled glass, and found objects—Jewish ceremonial objects used in the home. Frann welcomes hearing from classmates at email@example.com.