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Broadway: Limited Exposure
April 16, 2021 @ 7:30 pm
Town Theatre Announces the Continuation of its 101st Season
One year ago, we hit “pause” on our 101st season due to the COVID crisis. Between then and now, the theatre was fortunate to find ways to remain engaged and active despite the moratorium on live theatre. In October 2020, we completed the run of Mary Poppins. We welcomed actors and audiences after implementing stringent COVID guidelines including installation of air filtration systems, limiting audience capacity, and putting into practice a hospital-grade disinfectant protocol. We are excited that it is time to start again!
BROADWAY: Limited Exposure will run April 16-18. Though we know that COVID could force us to change our plans without notice, we will move forward working according to CDC guidelines for the safety of our patrons, staff and volunteers.
BROADWAY: Limited Exposure
Friday, April 16 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 17 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 18 at 3:00 PM
*virtual streaming options available
About the show:
BROADWAY: Limited Exposure delivers a unique perspective to the pandemic that we have faced during the past year. As our emcee, Bill DeWitt (My Fair Lady), will reminisce and even poke a little fun at some of the realities of living in the times of COVID. Not to be outdone, Kathy Hartzog (Driving Miss Daisy) will add her typical special touch of humor. Scott Vaughan (Willy Wonka), Sheldon Paschal (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and Kathy Seppamaki (Nice Work if You Can Get It) bring their powerhouse voices to the stage. Clayton King (Mamma Mia), Hannah Thompson (Into the Woods) and Lanny Spires (Newsies) will delight with poignant moments through songs that touch the heart.
Adding the married couples’ viewpoints are Adam & Jillian Bigony (both of Beauty and the Beast) and Chip & Cortlin Collins (Million Dollar Quartet; South Pacific, respectively). And joining us from the cast of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder are Heather Hinson and Virginia Walker. Audiences will also enjoy Kerri Roberts (Mary Poppins), Billy Bishop (Matilda) and members of the Town Teen Troupe who will pop in to share some of their beautiful vocals. Michael Simmons (creator of Home for the Holidays and Broadway Under the Covers) has crafted this unique musical opportunity that we know you will enjoy!
Special show notes:
• The box office is open 12 noon to 5 PM weekdays. Prior to April 12, Members may reserve tickets online via the special link OR may call the box office at 803-799-2510. Non-members may get tickets beginning Monday, April 12. Tickets are $15 – $25.
• There will be a streaming option for this show which you can also access with your member ticket or a paid cash ticket. You will make your reservation in the same way that you do for your regular ticket – just be sure to select or specify that you are attending the VIRTUAL option.
• ALL THREE of the in-person cabaret performances will have a limited capacity with distanced seating.