Spotlight to Present '20 YEARS OF BROADWAY MEMORIES' This June

Spotlight to Present '20 YEARS OF BROADWAY MEMORIES' This June

Spotlight Theatre, your non-profit community theatre, is celebrating 20 years of presenting Broadway musicals with songs and dances of some of their 38 past musical productions.

SPOTLIGHT'S 20 YEARS OF BROADWAY MEMORIES! opens June 23 for one weekend only, Friday June 23 and Saturday June 24 at 8pm, and Sunday June 25 at 2pm. Limited Run! All Seats are reserved! Their prices are only $21 for Adults, and $17 for Senior Citizens and Children under 12. They also have a group discount rate.

This limited run will be at North Castle Library's Whippoorwill Hall Theatre located at 19 Whippoorwill Rd. E., Armonk, NY 10504. The theatre is handicap accessible with ample free parking. Every seat in the theatre has a perfect view of the stage.

Spotlight Theatre Productions started over 20 years ago by owners Pat Concilio and John T Leonard. Headquartered in Putnam Valley, NY their mission is having an all-volunteer, non-profit local community theatre. Their musical productions are staged at the Whippoorwill Hall Theatre, Armonk NY. Produced over thirty-nine Broadway musicals to our community, and Spotlight will celebrate this anniversary with songs and dances of some of Spotlights Broadway Hit Musicals of the past two decades. The owners Pat and John said "We want to give you, our community the best in Broadway musicals at affordable prices, and welcome into the Spotlight family individuals anyone with aspirations of acting, singing and dancing.

Visit Spotlight Theatres website www.stpny.com to purchase tickets, join their mailing list, and to make a donation to their non profit theatre company to help offset costs of staging musicals. You may also call the theatre at 845-526-3461 for more information. Spotlights email address is stpnytheatre@aol.com.

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