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Upcoming events announced by TCP

The Tyrone Community Players will be busy in the near future, with two events planned.
To begin, the second Annual Star Search competition sponsored by TCP will be returning for this year’s Tyrone Community Labor Day picnic scheduled for Monday, September 5 at Reservoir Park.
The competition is scheduled to be held at 2 p.m. under the park amphitheater.
Any resident living in the Tyrone Area School District may participate.
Entry forms and information regarding the competition can be obtained by calling the Star Search headquarters at 684-ART2 or by accessing an entry form at the TCP website at www.tyronecommunityplayers.org.
The competition will have the following divisions: pre-school through grade four, grade five through grade eight, grade nine through grade 12 and an adult group.
Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place of each division.
The entry form deadline is September 1.
Also, TCP recently announced auditions for their upcoming production, “Barefoot in the Park.”
According to a recent TCP press release, “Barefoot in the Park” is considered one of Neil Simon’s most finely crafted comedies. It tells the story of a newly married couple, six days to be exact, who move into a New York City Brownstone apartment inhabited by an eclectic and eccentric array of characters.
Auditions are scheduled for Sunday and Monday, August 28-29 at 7 p.m. in the TCP building located at 1019 Logan Ave., Tyrone.
Individuals should be prepared with a short monologue, either from the “Barefoot” script or a show of like tone.
Performance dates for this production are scheduled for October 21-22 in the parish hall at St. Matthew’s Church.
For additional information or to peruse a script of the show, phone the ArtsLine at 684-ART2 or check the TCP web site at www.tyronecommunityplayers.org.
This production is under the direction of TCP veteran Brian Williamson who recently completed directing “Gypsy” at the Boal Barn and has worked with TCP as choreographer for “Pippin” and “An American Cabaret”.