You must be doing something right when you sell out shows and add another – due to popular demand. That’s the case with the Seagle Music Colony’s Production of 42nd Street. After FOUR pre-sold shows, the producers have added Friday, August 16 at 8:00 pm.
Based on the novel by Bradford Ropes and a 1933 film, the play focuses on the efforts of tough Broadway director Julian Marsh to mount a stunning stage production of a musical extravaganza -- at the height of the Great Depression.
And don’t forget the Colony’s Two for one ticket offer on their big Summer Opera Eugene Onegin. The offer is only available via phone at the box office. Call (518) 532-7875. That’s two tickets for just $25. Click here for a complete schedule.