Road Less Traveled Productions to Stage THE KIELBASA DIARIES: A BUTTER LAMB LIES DOWN ON BROADWAY, 4/17
In celebration of the 125th anniversary of Buffalo's historic Broadway Market, Road Less Traveled Productions will be staging a special one-time performance of The Kielbasa Diaries: A Butter Lamb Lies Down on Broadway on Thursday April 17th at 7:30pm. Written and Directed by Steve Roylance, the play is based on a collection of interviews conducted with actual visitors and employees of the world-famous Easter destination. The performance will take place at The Broadway Market and proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Friends of the Broadway Market (http://broadwaymarket.org/).
The play stars Dan Greer, Leon Copeland Jr., Priscilla Young and Deborah Krieger, all of whom play a number of patrons the market is known for. The funny, heartwarming play is a great way to celebrate the Easter season and one of Buffalo's most treasured landmarks.
Tickets for the special performance are $20 and can be purchased either online at www.roadlesstravedledproductions.org or at the Friends of the Broadway Market table at the market in the weeks leading up to Easter. Tickets include a 7:00pm pre-show reception with traditional Polish foods, the 7:30pm performance, and a talk-back Q&A session with the actors and playwright. The Broadway Market is located at 999 Broadway, Buffalo, NY 14212.
Road Less Traveled Productions (RLTP) is a professional, non-profit theatre company dedicated to the development and production of new theatrical works by Western New York playwrights, as well as presentations of esteemed modern dramas of outstanding literary merit. RLTP, a member of the National New Play Network, is located in the Market Arcade Film & Arts Centre in the Theatre District of Downtown Buffalo, NY. For more information about RLTP and to purchase tickets, please visit www.RoadLessTraveledProductions.org or call (716) 629-3069.