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Last chance to see MISS SAIGON AT HISTORIC IRVINGTON THEATER TOMORROW AT 2
Release Date: November 15, 2014

If you haven't had a chance to see Clocktower Players production of MISS SAIGON -- you have one final opportunity to watch the show----tomorrow (Sunday) at 2 PM at the historic Irvington Town Hall Theater.  The music is terrific. the acting is Broadway quality. The production is amazing.  The reviews are outstanding.   This show is community theater at its very, very best. A perfect 10 out of 10.  

 

The theater was built in 1902 and is located in a section of  Irvington Village Hall (85 Main Street, Irvington). The theater was renovated in 1977. Clocktower Players, a non profit organization, reinvigorated the theater by renovating the hall and developing first class programs. They also have a Youth Theater program and produce two adult shows a year. During the last 10 years they have produced 83 productions. They have employed 800 musicians and production staff members (actors/actresses volunteer). Over 2,700 aspiring actors have appeared onstage. And, 65,000+ people have been amazed and inspired by their work---and high quality performances.

 

Irvington is a village located within the town of Greenburgh. It's nice that our community is so supportive of the arts and has terrific programs like Clocktower Players available for theater lovers, aspiring actors/actresses/musicians to get involved in.   If you or a family member is interested in auditioning for their next show -- auditions for the play HAIR will take place on January 5 and 7 at 7 PM at the Irvington theater.  Audition requirements at clocktowerplayers.blogspot.com.

 

PAUL FEINER

 

 

 

 

 

 

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