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Save the Playhouse

Save the Playhouse
 

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The show must go on for OCP

By Dawn Burleigh

The Orange Leader

While rains were flooding much of Orange County, Orange Community Players theater was experiencing the rain inside.

With a roof in need of repairs, the theater group was already in the process of getting quotes when the gully washer came down and created more damage.

While under temporary repairs, the show must go on.

The Young People’s Theatre Workshop will open with Heroes and Villains in The Infinity Goblet at 7:37 p.m. July 13, 14, and 15 and at 2:37 p.m. on July 16. Tickets for the event are $5. Reservations can be made at orangecommunityplayers.com

Orange Community Players was originally founded as “Town Theatre” in 1950. Productions were held at Helen Carr Junior High School and Anderson Elementary School. The production group has been housed at its current location since 1960.

Ticket income covers less than half the costs of a production.

With less than full houses at recent shows, the playhouse is in need of help from the community. A community it has been entertaining for 60 years.

Donations made to the organization are tax deductible. Donors of amounts greater than $10.00 will be listed in the programs.

Season tickets are on sale now and may be purchased online at http://orangecommunityplayers.com/

The show must go on for OCP   By Dawn Burleigh The Orange Leader   While rains were flooding much of Orange County, Orange Community Players theater was experiencing the rain inside. With a roof in need of repairs, the theater group was already in the process of getting quotes when the gully washer came down and created more damage.

While under temporary repairs, the show must go on. The Young People’s Theatre Workshop will open with Heroes and Villains in The Infinity Goblet at 7:37 p.m. July 13, 14, and 15 and at 2:37 p.m. on July 16. Tickets for the event are $5. Reservations can be made at orangecommunityplayers.com

Orange Community Players was originally founded as “Town Theatre” in 1950. Productions were held at Helen Carr Junior High School and Anderson Elementary School. The production group has been housed at its current location since 1960.

Ticket income covers less than half the costs of a production. With less than full houses at recent shows, the playhouse is in need of help from the community. A community it has been entertaining for 60 years. Donations made to the organization are tax deductible. Donors of amounts greater than $10.00 will be listed in the programs. Season tickets are on sale now and may be purchased online at http://orangecommunityplayers.com/

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