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"Navigating Illumination" Prop Sale Saturday

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Want to live like a recently-cancelled soap star? A certain recently cancelled, long-running soap opera which no one, apparently, is allowed to name in conjunction with this event, will be cleaning out its coffers this Saturday and auctioning off a bunch of props from the set. "Castners Auction & Appraisal Service will sell hundreds of items from—uh, that show—on Saturday at the Brooklyn Navy Yard," writes the NY Times. "The inventory, which includes almost everything you’d need to furnish a home, hospital or prison, is being sold by Props NYC, which is owned by Nicole Stiegelbauer. Her family’s scenery company, Stiegelbauer Associates, built the settings for shows like “As the World Turns” and a certain other soap opera before they were canceled." [NY Times via Racked NY]