Back by popular demand, students in the Senior Educational program will perform for one weekend only at Steel River Playhouse, 245 E. High Street in Pottstown.
A perennial favorite, this time they take on Chez Follies for a revue with music, dance, comedy, and pathos – everything you’ve come to expect from these “mature” adults. Save the dates – the show runs May 3rd and 4th only!
The scene is a club in danger of closing down. The performers have good (and bad) memories of days gone by, and they don’t want to see their old club be torn down. Maybe if they put on one more show – everybody will know why this club should be saved. Can they do it? Will they save it? Come to CHEZ FOLLIES and find out!
This production was written by Pat Rhoads and her senior cohorts from the cast, so you know there will be surprises in store! The production is facilitated by Deborah Snow, who does her best to keep the hijinxs organized! The cast includes Rosemarie Kidon (Boyertown), Joanne Arnold (Spring City), Elizabeth Bauer (Pottstown), Mary Jimick (Spring City), Norman Cohn and Laura Cohn (Pottstown), Mason Craig (Pottstown) Bonnie Heath (Pottstown), Pat Rhoads (Pottstown), Margaret Curry (Boyertown), Ellie Brown (St. Peters), Bob Roebuck (Pottstown), Marian Wray (East Coventry), Earl Boehmer (Pottstown), and Joyce Foster(Pottstown).
Who has more fun – the performers, or the audience? You’ll never know if you don’t attend, so buy your ticket today!
And while you’re at Steel River, be sure to check out the new concession and retail area, where you can pre-order your intermission treats for fastest service. There’s great shopping too, with Steel River logo items wine glasses, cheese trays and more.
Chez Follies runs at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, and at 3 p.m. on Sunday May 4 only. Purchase tickets at www.steelriver.org or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-970-1199.
Steel River Playhouse is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable education and performance facility that seeks to strengthen community, inspire creative exploration, educate, and entertain, through the presentation of quality performing arts events and education for diverse audiences.