3018 Bordentown Avenue, Parlin, NJ 08859
"To provide for the cultural enhancement of our patrons, participants
and community by the production of high quality theatrical entertainment"
Book, Music and Lyrics by Erik Przytulski
Presented through agreement with Pretzyl Music Productions
December 6 thru 15
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 PM
ASL Sign Language Interpreted December 6, 7 and 8
Produced by Miriam Henry
Directed by Kevin Gunther
Musically Directed by Nicole Barrow White
Choreography by Susan Zuckerman
A SONG FOR CHRISTMAS is a brand new heartwarming musical that tells the story of Anthony, a young man who develops a passion for the piano and decides to pursue his dream of becoming a successful songwriter at any cost. Through his struggles for fame and fortune, Anthony eventually discovers what is truly important to him with the help of the music of the Christmas season. Filled with original, soulful ballads and rockiní upbeat tunes, A SONG FOR CHRISTMAS is a great way to usher in the holiday season.
Vic Morosco - Taken on the set of "And Then There Were None"
Thus far we have raised $3,000 to be dedicated to improvements in our seating area. We are still accepting donations.
For details e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Vic was a founding member of Main Street Theatre who worked passionately for the past 17 years in every area of the theatre and was responsible for shaping the organization into the premiere community theatre it is today. Vic was legendary throughout New Jersey CT for his mastery of most every male character in theatre and played such notable roles as "Moon Face Martin" in Anything Goes, "Ben Franklin" in 1776, "Bennie Southstreet" in Guys and Dolls, "Governor" in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and "Mickey" in Sugar Babies. Aside from stage Vic also did commercial modeling and was seen several times on Gene Simmons Family Jewels. In addition to countless awards and acknowledgements of artistic achievement, Vic was the proud recipient of the 2006 NJ ACT "Lifetime Achievement Award"
At the time of his passing, Vic was serving as Artistic Director at Main Street and was the Founder and Director of the Main Street Theatre Academy in which he could perform his favorite role, that of theatre artist, teacher and mentor.
Main Street Theatre's
Written by Albert Innaurato
Produced and Directed by Vince Tinebra
January 17 thru 19 2014
Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM
Sunday at 2PM
Set in the backyard of a blue-collar South Philadelphia neighborhood early in the summer of 1973, this comedy-drama focuses on the 21st birthday celebration of Harvard student Francis Geminiani. Guests include his divorced, blue-collar father Fran, and Fran's widowed girlfriend, Lucille; next-door neighbor Bunny Weinberger and her overweight son Herschel; and Francis' classmates, the wealthy WASP Hastings siblings: Judith who seeks romance with Francis, and Randy who is the object of Francis' unexpressed affection. Both have arrived unexpectedly much to Francisí dismay.
TICKETS - $6.00 per person (General Admission Seating)
The Main Street Theatre Company is looking for experienced and visionary Directors with a dedication to community theatre to direct productions for the 2014-2015 Season.
Our Season consists of 2 Large Cast Musicals, 1 Junior Cast Musical, 2 plays (Comedy or Drama) and a Holiday Show
December 2014: Holiday Musical
Winter 2015: Play
Spring 2015: Musical
Summer 2015: Junior Musical
Summer/Fall 2015: Musical
Fall 2015: Play
Please send your submissions to our artistic committee at email@example.com
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Up to 4 submissions with:
Full synopsis of the proposed play or musical
Brief statement of your production vision for set, costumes, lights and sound
Estimated costs and other financial considerations.
History of past local productions and/or future scheduled productions.