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Troy Sale Barn to host Comedy Revue
TROY – The Troy Community Theatre, LLC is currently planning a two-night comedy revue, “Vaudeville Nouveau” on Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25th at the Troy Sale Barn’s new theater in the round, with the show beginning at 7 p.m. each evening.
Mountain Lake Winery will be there at 5/5:30 p.m. with wine available for purchase. Popcorn from Mill Street Treats will also be available for purchase prior to both shows. Tickets will be available at the door at a cost of $15 each person or two tickets for $25.
“Vaudeville Nouveau” will feature short comedy skits, short plays, and other acts. It will be a fun evening for the entire family.
It is hard to believe, but Troy Community Theatre, LLC is now in its ninth year with 11 productions to its credit! They started 2022 with a production of the comedy “Mom’s Murder Club” in January, and in June they again took advantage of summer weather and the Alparon Park lower meadow stage to produce “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” which involved 22 actors, our largest cast to date.
Jim Blade stated, “none of this would be possible without you, the patrons, and we are so grateful for you all.” Also, Blade said, “we also owe a debt of gratitude to all the people who have given of their time and talent: cast members, crew, our directors, and friends and family members who have pitched in where needed.” “With each production we learn a lot and continue to progress,” said Blade. In addition, they have provided a creative outlet for dozens of thespians, young and old alike, and they are having FUN!
As is the case in most small-town organizations, a few people wear many hats, and the TCT is always looking for interested individuals to join their group. Whether you are an aspiring actor or are good with a paint brush or needle and thread, there is a place for you! No particular talent or experience is required. They welcome anyone who has an interest in the performing arts, has some ideas and time to share, and would like to be involved in an organization that benefits the community. If you are this person, please consider attendance at one of their monthly meetings. They meet at 6:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at The Studio in Troy. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact their president, Jim Blade, at 570-529-0620, or visit their facebook page and contact them through there.
They welcome your input and are hopeful that again this year, you will be kind enough to support them financially. You will find a list of sponsorship options on their facebook page or contact them as stated above. Please feel free to share this information with interested friends and family. The TCT really hopes to continue to grow the organization with more like-minded people like you! Again, the Troy Community Theatre Board of Directors would like to thank their members and the area businesses which have made their first nine years successful.
The Troy Community Theatre is very excited about their plans for 2023 which also includes planning a major summer event: “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.” This will be a dinner theater production, which will run for six nights, over two weekends. In addition to a delicious meal prepared by a professional chef, it will feature a professional director and professional actors, along with local talent. For those interested we will be holding informational meetings with more details about sponsor involvement. This summer, Troy will definitely be the place to be!
For more information, please see our Facebook page, Troy Community Theatre or contact Jim Blade @ 570-529-0620.
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