Thursday, March 29, 2012

Alec Baldwin to host What the Frack? event, movie screening at Syracuse Landmark Theatre
March 29, 2012, 12:42 PM
By Geoff Herbert

The Associated Press
Alec Baldwin accepts the award for outstanding performance
 by a male actor in a comedy series for "30 Rock" at the 
18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday Jan. 29,
 2012 in Los Angeles.

Controversial actor Alec Baldwin is returning to Central New York to host a special movie screening in late spring.
The "30 Rock" star will host a What the Frack? event at the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse on Saturday, June 2 at 6 p.m. The 2010 anti-fracking documentary "Gasland" will be shown on the big screen at the downtown venue.
Tickets are on sale now throug hTicketmaster or the Landmark Theatre box office at $22 for general admission or $12 with student ID.
Baldwin, whose mother Carol M. Baldwin still lives in CNY, returns to the area often. The two-time Emmy award winner visited her booth at last year's New York State Fair to support her breast cancer research fund and, while in town, donated $25,000 to the West Genessee School district to help save its modified sports teams.


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