By Bob LevineThe Pines Community 2015 is like Universal Studio in Hollywood. There are many sound stages and scenes going on under one roof at the same time. One lot with a variety of productions: musicals, comedy, love stories, drama, and mysteries. There are many producers, stars and supporting players with town people as cast members in these productions. And the must show go on …Congratulations to long time residents twins Clark & Dick Green. After spending 52 years in the Pines, they have finally purchased the house they have rented for the past 29 of those years. The house was for sale and they did not want to move.We wish a happy 93rd birthday to Jack Lichtenstein, as well as a happy birthday to Michael Fitzgerald and Ward Auerbachs.“Four Divas In the Pines:” Broadway’s Brenda Braxton, Erin Davie, Kate Rockwell and Lauren Molina were a one-night hit at Whyte Hall and rocked the house down. You cannot miss with those four ladies.“Broadway Bares” was a concept first originated by Pines resident Jerry Mitchell, the executive producer of the production. Denise Roberts Hurlin and Scott Tucker, with Michael Lee Scott as director and choreographer, produced the most recent performance on May 30. There was plenty of strip teasing and fantastic dancing by members of the cast including 23 beautiful boys and girls who all kept the audience screaming and applauding for more throughout the evening. They certainly were not camera shy. Jerry is on the road with his new show “On Your Feet,” which is the story of Gloria Estefan, scheduled for an October opening on Broadway. A total of $59,000 was raised that evening for charity.Congratulations to former Pines resident and Broadway legend Tommy Tune. He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Tony Awards ceremony, on June 7.The annual and very successful fundraiser for SAGE (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders) began in the Pines 23 years ago by Tony La Rocco and Morty Newbourgh. It was held at the home of Dr. Ed Schulhafer and Crayten Robey. Ward Auerbach, Karen and Walter Boss, and Lina Bradford were given awards for outstanding work in the Pines. Longtime Pines resident Howard Alter spoke about his illness and how SAGE has helped him. He donated $300,000 to SAGE. The party was attended by at least 200 people who are the movers and shakers of the Pines. The food was catered by Thyme. A great big grand total was raised.• There will be a casting call on June 29 for “La Cage Aux Folles,” a production by FIPAP at Whyte Hall scheduled for Sept 4, 5 and 6. Show up at Ripley Greer Rehearsal Studios in New York City, 520 8th Ave., 16th floor, from 6-9 p.m. Rehearsals for the show will be July 27 through Aug. 3. If you can sing and are available for those dates, be prepared to sing a song of your choice at the audition.• June 20 — SOS: FIPAP will once again sponsor SOS (Shopping on Saturday). It’s a great day chaired by Hal Rubinstein at Whyte Hall. The clothing and house wares are always well priced and in fashion. VIP shopping with a $50 admission fee will be from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Free general admission from 1-3:30p.m.• June 27 — Opera Singer Jamie Barton, accompanied by Bradley Moore, will appear in the Unplugged Series, sponsored by FIFAP, at the home of Albert Lepage at 5 p.m. Tickets are available at the Harbor desk for $40.• June 27 — Rose Levine in “Old School Broadway,” with Kenny Rahtz, and John McMahan, musical director, will be presented by the Arts Project at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available at or at the Community House Box Office.