Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Curtains open at Storefront Theatre this weekend

Don't forget the curtains are pulled back this weekend for the Storefront Theatre's first performance of the season, Cerulean Blues, written by the Storefront's founder Judy Simpson Cook. My question: is the Cerulean Blues anything like the Broome Street Blues? I suspect they're two totally different things.

John Anderson of the Charlotte Observer's Neighborhood section fame has the story on how the play came to be, so check it out.

Only two performances are scheduled: one on Saturday September 18th at 7.30pm and another on Sunday September 19th at 2.30pm. I imagine seating at the Museum of the Waxhaws is pretty limited, so I'd recommend getting tickets now if you want to support the local arts.

Season tickets can now be purchased for $40. See here for details and also how to be a supporter of The Storefront Theatre via donation.

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