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The Tyrone Community Players Announce Their 20th Anniversary Season

Twenty years of theater experience have come together to provide Tyrone with an outstanding slate of productions to celebrate the anniversary of The Tyrone Community Players, productions chosen with you, the audience, expressly in mind.
The season opens on November 7th and 8th, 2003, with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA. This family favorite, under the direction of Steve Stoner and Karen Mayhew, will bring to life the story of the young, often picked-upon, girl who believes in magic and the power of dreams. With lilting music including, “In My Own Little Corner,” and “Do I Love You,” you will be transported into the world of kings and queens, fairy-god mothers, and enchantment.
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The second production in this season has been crafted just for you. With you suggestions and favorites in mind, TCP has created a revue that will bring back some of your beloved actors and characters for a theater family reunion. Titled MUSIC, MAGIC, AND MEMORIES, the audience will once agin say hello to such memorables as Dolly Levi, Eliza Doolittle, King Arthur, Petey Fisk, several Nuns…the choices were endless. February 27th and 28th, 2004, will bring these, and many other, characters back to our stage just for you.
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PIPPIN is a creative, whimsical, imaginative theater classic. prince Pippin is the eldest son of King Charlemagne. His quest for the meaning of life will be assisted by a contemporary group of thesbians who play out his crusade with vibrant, energetic, lively music. Directed by Cindy bennett and Darcy Wilson, our theater will be rocking on May 7th and 8th, 2004, as we regale you with such music as “Rivers belong Where They Can Ramble,” and “Glory.” We are very excited topresent a show as delightful and inventive as PIPPIN in this anniversary season.
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The final show of this 20th season will be a dinner theater in August of 2004. GI JUKEBOX is a look back into a USO canteen during WW2. A live vocal quartet and combo of musicians will entertain you with such music as “Mairsy Dotes,” “Blue Moon,” and “Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree.” Join us in a time when couples danced WITH each other, and the music made you tap your toes.
To become a patron of The Tyrone Community Players and guarantee yourself first choice of seating for all the productions, please phone the TCP ticket office at 684-ART2. The season, titled OUR GIFT TO YOU, will be offered to patrons at the same low price as last season. That provides you, the subscriber, with tickets to four big musicals for the previous price of three. A theater family reunion and OUR GIFT TO YOU.