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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS And BEATLEMANIA Among Theatre Of Pitman's 2010 Season

Theatre of Pitman's 2010 season tickets on sale now . Season tickets are now available for purchase online. Purchase by September 30 to get your free ticket for It's a Wonderful Christmas Carol, their 2009 bonus show!

2010 casting call!
Unified auditions will be held at the Broadway Theatre of Pitman on Monday, September 28, 2009. Check the website for details.

Upcoming events:    

Carsie Blanton with Devon Sproule
The Rip Chords with The Sharkskins
Tickets: $15
August 21, 8PM

Little Shop Of Horrors
September 18 – October 10  |  Fridays and Saturdays: 8:00 pm
Sundays: 2:00 pm
Tickets: $25

Suddenly Seymour is standin' beside you. You don't need no makeup, don't have to pretend. Suddenly Seymour is here to provide you sweet understanding. Seymour's your friend.

Just in time for Halloween, Little Shop of Horrors is a spooky musical about an unpleasant floral assistant who raises an exotic plant which feeds on human blood. Based on the 1960s film that spoofed earlier sci-fi movies, this musical is filled with hits that include Grow for Me, Somewhere that's Green and Suddenly Seymour.      

The Rip Chords and The Sharkskins
August 21 · 8 pm
Tickets: $25  

Surf's up dude...
Experience two hours of surf music including the best of The Beach Boys featuring the nationally touring artists, The Rip Chords and The Sharkskins.      

August 22 · 8 pm
Tickets: $30

Having performed their tribute before tens of thousands of people over the years, ranging from intimate club performances to huge outdoor gatherings of more than 20,000, Beatlemania successfully recaptures the mood and frantic intensity of that by-gone era. The performers skillfully and effectively recreate the sights and sounds that were and still are...The Beatles. Incorporating four costume changes and performing more than 35 songs in a two-hour extravaganza, Beatlemania chronologically traces the Beatles career from their 1964 U.S. debut explosion on the Ed Sullivan Show, to the finale of Let it Be in 1970.     

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)          
August 27 & 28 · 8 pm
Tickets: $15

All 37 Plays in 97 Minutes!

An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard's plays, featuring three of Philadelphia's finest young comic actors, Jason Stockdale, Derick Loafman and Justin Jain.

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