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Dear DNNY Members & Friends – A very special invitation for You!

From: Nick Curto, Disclosure Network New York – Director

Last night, Sunday, Sept. 16th, 2019, I attended the Theater for the New City in the East Village of Manhattan to see a staged reading of a new play titled, “The Interrupted Journey” which I had posted to the “DNNY News Blasts” in case anyone was free to see it too. Well, I want to tell you my reaction to this new work for the theater. It turned out to be a night that I will never forget! 

This new play is indeed an important work in progress on many levels. First, doing a play about the hypnotic regression of Betty and Barney Hill, a bi-racial married and loving couple, who discover the truth behind their total memory loss of a two hour period when they were driving home through the mountainous part of New Hampshire is quite a challenge in many respects. Betty and Barney recounted how they had been captured and taken aboard a UFO and examined by aliens from another planet. The Hill’s accounts, based on the actual recordings of their hypnotic regression sessions given to them by a respected doctor, could very well be considered proof of what they actually went through, and it makes a strong case for the credibility of their case as well as the truth the public worldwide has not been told by the mainstream news or governments. As such, their compelling story makes for a thrilling and exciting evening in the theater. Also, most importantly, this new work will open up the doors of all those millions of people who have not been informed, over many years, of the importance of UFOs and the fact that they are indeed very real, are visiting our planet, and are actively probing and examine selected individuals to collect data. This information is literally the biggest story of all time with huge ramifications for us all.

The performances in this play are rock solid and a joy to watch. Betty Hill is played by Sachi Parker, who gives a truly brilliant and heart felt performance. She also happens to be the daughter of film star Shirley MacLaine and who not only looks a lot like her famous mother but has the same extraordinaire acting talent as well. Barney Hill is played by Richard Pryor Jr. who brings the role to life and is totally believable and gives a layered performance. He also has a very famous parent. Guess who? Allen Zeller, who plays Dr. Simon is also a very gifted and powerful actor, and is perfectly cast and is wonderful in the part.

Before the reading started I was very fortunate to meet the writers, Elizabeth Fuller and Joel Vig, the director Mark S. Graham, and the consulting producer Robert R. Blume, What a multi-talented winning team they all are. Peter Robins, a dear friend, an investigative writer specializing in the subject of UFOs with more that thirty-five years’ experience as a writer, researcher, investigator, lecturer and author writer, ufologist, and has been a lecturer at DNNY meetings was in town from up-state and also attended the reading. After the play ended there was a Q&A and Peter and I were called up on stage to join the panel of cast members and writers to answer questions about UFO issues, and I was able to say a few well chosen words about Disclosure Network New York and give the address of our web site. After the panel had finished people came over to me and expressed interest in our DNNY meetings and web site and I invited them to join us.

Altogether it was a win/win night. “The Interrupted Journey” is a very, very important play to look for in the future to see and to fully support. I’m quite excited about the huge potential this new play has to offer that will both inform the public with important information that must be disseminated as well as to entertain. In my opinion not only is this play amazing theater but could very well be a great feature film as well. The message contained in this masterful work could not be more important. Congratulations to everyone associated with this production!


By Invitation Only a special second staged reading of the cutting edge new play“THE INTERRUPTED JOURNEY” will take place on  Thursday, October 17th at 7pm at the ACTORS TEMPLE THEATRE, 339 West 47th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues)The doors will open at 6:30pm.

VERY GOOD NEWS! The theater company has graciously invited me to make a list of the names of my friends and colleagues who would like to join me to attend this special staged reading performance and receive a Complimentary Admittance! Also, there will be Complimentary Wine & Cheese for the attendees at 6:30pm too! To get all this and a good seat please be there at 6:30pm sharp.

If you would like to join me on Thursday, Oct. 17th at 6:30pm when the doors are opened to the theater please let me know ASAP and I will place your name on my list and meet you there. If you would like to bring a guest with you please let me know his or her full name when you RSVP too. 

This new play is well worth attending! So if you are free to join us you may RSVP by e-mailing to me and I will then e-mail you back a confirmation. Seats are very limited so the sooner you let me know the better! (A word to the wise!)


Nick Curto, DNNY Director

e-mail address: nicknyny1@gmail.com    Phone: 917.701.9033



UFO Abductee Barney Hill “To Tell the Truth” TV Show – December 12, 1966


“To Tell the Truth” was the very popular nighttime CBS series that ran from 1956 to 1967. This episode happened in the latter part of its run, airing on December 12, 1966. It’s memorable for the appearance of Barney Hill, the first American (along with his wife, Betty) to publicly make claims of alien abduction. Theirs is a very good case, bolstered by evidence. Plus the fact that as an interracial couple in the 1960s they really had no incentive to want to go public with such a story. Only after their story had been leaked to the press did they confirm and expand on it. Barney died of a cerebral hemorrhage only a few years after this taping, on February 25, 1969, at age 46. Betty Hill died of cancer on October 17, 2004, at age 85, never having remarried.