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New York Theatre Comes to West Chester, Helps Raise Funds

May 20, 2015 05:38PM, Published by Kevin, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today


Matt Ferrell, Nikki Van Cassele


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New York Theatre is coming to West Chester on May 29, at 7 p.m. at The Ballroom at the Westside.

The night starts with professional New York Singers and talented local musicians performing excerpts from some of Broadway's best musicals. Performances begin at 8 p.m.

At The After Party,starting at 9 p.m., enjoy food from West Chester eateries, the opportunity to hobnob with the performers and artistic staff ... and a few big surprises.

Come out and help RTC bring Professional Theatre to West Chester! Admission is $75, although $65 industry tickets are available.

Directed by Kristin McLaughlin Mitchell who brings her Broadway experience to West Chester as the Artistic Director of The Resident Theatre Company (RTC). All proceeds will go to RTC, bringing professional theatre to West Chester.

Tickets can be purchased here. Parking information: There is a small lower and large upper lot right at Westside.

For cast bios and more information, 
click here.

About The Resident Theatre Company

The Resident Theatre Company or RTC, is a professional company that will produce musicals and plays using a blend of local, Philly and NY actors and designers, and Children’s Theatre with adult casts that will perform at the theatre as well as at local schools as part of our outreach program. But The Company will not just produce shows, it will work to create a thriving, inclusive creative community in West Chester where people can discover theatre, interact with the artists, find people with common interests, and feel like they are part of the community. We feel this is so important at a time when people are feeling disconnected, isolated from their community, and trapped in their routine. 

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