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4 Tickets to a Production at East Lynne Theater Company, West Cape May, NJ

Item Number
570
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$120 USD
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4 Tickets to a Production at East Lynne Theater Company, West Cape May, NJ

2009-2010: Recipient of New Jersey Theatre Alliance’s ACHIEVEMENT OF EXCELLENCE AWARD
“For 30 years of celebrating America’s heritage through productions and educational programs.”
FOUR COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS TO A PRODUCTION AT EAST LYNNE THEATER COMPANY THROUGH MARCH 2013
Reservations Required.
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2012 MAINSTAGE SEASON
    June 13-July 21 at 8:30 (no show Wed. July 4; added show Sun. July 8 at 8:30) Ruth Draper’s Company of Characters performed by Suzanne Dawson and Karen Case Cook. Before the solo shows of Lily Tomlin and Whoopi Goldberg, there was the originator of the “character monologue,” Ruth Draper.  For forty years, throughout the world, she performed humorous and touching scenes with great precision.  ELTC is only the second production company - ever - to be allowed to produce this incredible material since Draper. 
     
    July 25-Sept. 2 at 8:30:
The Poe Mysteries a World Premiere, adapted by James Rana, based on “Murders of the Rue Morgue,” “The Mystery of Marie Roget,” and “The Purloined Letter.”  Follow the adventures of Auguste Dupin as he solves macabre mysteries in Paris of the 1840s, as created by Edgar Allan Poe. A cast of 6 portray 50 characters to bring these detective stories to life.  (From Oct. 24-28, the show goes to Ocean Professional Theatre in Barnegat for 7 performances.)
     Sept. 19-Oct. 13 at 8:00 (no show Wed. Oct. 3; added show Sun. Oct. 7 at 7:30): It Pays to Advertise by Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter C. Hackett.  This screwball comedy has at its core the premise that anything can be sold in America, but it also examines the very nature and romance of advertising and its influence. All it takes is one adventurous young man to announce, “Advertising is responsible for everything!” and he and his two friends are off and running in this delightful farce, with a cast of 10.  
    Fri. and Sat. Nov. 2 and 3 at 8:00: Sherlock Holmes’ Adventure of the Norwood Builder, the return of ELTC’s popular 1930’s radio-style productions with live sound effects and commercials   based on the story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  All of the evidence points to a young lawyer as a murderer.  But is he being set up?  It’s an exciting puzzle for Holmes and Watson.
     Nov. 23, 24, Dec. 2, 7, 9, and 14 at 8:00; Sat. Dec 8: 2:00 & 8:00: Louisa May Alcott’s Christmas.  Three of Alcott’s tales, including the opening of Little Women are beautifully brought to life in storytelling fashion by Artistic Director Gayle Stahlhuth.  A holiday treat for the whole family!     Performance venue: First Presbyterian Church, Cape May, 500 Hughes St.
     Fri. and Sat. March 15 and 16, 2013 at 8:00: Sherlock Holmes’ Adventure of the Norwood Builder
Wednesday through Saturday except where noted.
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