Celebrate Life! Senior Follies this afternoon at 3 pm at Steel River

STEEL RIVER PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS

Follies – Celebrate Life!
One Weekend Only – Saturday & Sunday (April 6 – 7)

  • Saturday Curtain Time  – 3:00PM
  • Sunday Curtain Time    – 3:00PM

Tickets for Senior Follies are $12 – Adults; $10 – Seniors; and $8 – Students and Children.  Get TIX HERE

Thinking about joining Senior Follies? Here’s what it’s all about:

Presentations reflect participants’ unique talents and may include a variety of disciplines such as comedy skits, dramatic readings, singing, playing instruments, dancing, writing, or set and costume design.  There is room for all talents, both onstage and off!  You can get help developing an act or sign up to help design sets and costumes, or work backstage. Discover what works for you! Whether you are a seasoned performer or you have yet to find your individual artistic niche, now is the time to explore the creative process!

To sign up, call the Steel River Playhouse at 610.970.1199 or email Education Director, Steve Reazor at steve@steelriver.org.

SENIOR FOLLIES! SENIOR FOLLIES! THIS WEEKEND!

Seniors Just Want to Have Fun!

Zany, high energy antics this Saturday and Sunday only

Steel River Playhouse

245 E. High Street, Pottstown, PA 19464

 

“Let’s Start the New Year Right,” according to the members of Steel River Playhouse’s 55+ theater troupe which performs its semi-annual Senior Follies this weekend.  The troupe forecasts 2013 through popular songs, zany and campy antics, and as much laughter as they can generate. 

Basic Information

“Let’s Start the New Year Right” will be performed this Saturday, November 17 at 7PM, and this Sunday, November 18 at 3PM in the Newberry Loft at Steel River Playhouse, 245 E. High St., Pottstown, PA 19464.  Tickets range from $8-$12.  More information and tickets are available on-line at http://www.steelriver.org or by calling 610.970.1199. Tickets are also usually available at the door.

Semi-Annual Public Performances
The Senior Follies troupe performs publicly twice yearly as part of Steel River Playhouse’s education program.  This performance is directed by two veteran performers and directors at Steel River Playhouse, Deborah Stimson-Snow, Artistic Director, and Steve Reazor, Education Director.

“This is part of our education program, so everyone who wants to gets to participate in some way.  We have costumes and music, and, frankly, it’s as much fun putting it on as it is watching it in the audience,” Marta Kiesling, Executive Director, said.  “But the seniors take this opportunity seriously, even if fun and laughs are the objective.  Their energy and enthusiasm is infectious.”

Great for Groups

Laughter truly is contagious.  For performers and audience alike.  Come and share, and bring lots of friends!

 

 

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