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Stage 212 announces 50th anniversary season

Season tickets are now on sale

Holding Joseph's coat of many colors are the directors for Stage 212's 2018 season, Cindy Myers (from left), Scot Smigel, Abby Bertrand and Ellen Marincic.
Holding Joseph's coat of many colors are the directors for Stage 212's 2018 season, Cindy Myers (from left), Scot Smigel, Abby Bertrand and Ellen Marincic.

LASALLE — Season tickets for Stage 212’s 50th anniversary season are now on sale.

The LaSalle theater group hits the ground running in winter with “The 39 Steps,” the fast-paced comedic whodunit by Patrick Barlow, directed by Scot Smigel. Spring brings time for reflection with “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the faithful adaptation of Harper Lee’s classic novel by Christopher Sergel, directed by Ellen Marincic. Summer will be a blast from the past with a revival of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” the popular musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, directed by Cindy Myers. Fall brings a taste of the holidays with “White Christmas,” an adaptation of the delightful movie musical by David Ives and Paul Blake, with songs by Irving Berlin, directed by Abby Bertrand.

Season tickets are $55, a more than 20 percent savings over buying individual tickets. Season ticket holders are able to reserve individual seats before tickets go on sale to the general public. Angels start at $150. For their extra donation, an Angel receives two season subscriptions, has top priority when ordering tickets for any of the season’s shows and is acknowledged in each show program as a supporter of Stage 212.

Additionally, season ticket holders and angels will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to Stage 212’s special 50th anniversary production before they go on sale to the general public. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Stage 212 box office at 815-224-3025, by emailing stage212@att.net or by visiting www.stage212.org.

Stage 212 is the Starved Rock area’s community theater and has presented nearly 200 productions since 1968. Persons with an interest in theatre, with or without previous experience, are encouraged to become involved in its projects. Volunteers are always welcome for stage, set, and house crews.

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