Thursday, July 30, 2009

Seven Angels Announces Season

Seven Angels Theater in Waterbury's Artistic Director Semina De Laurentis
has announced selctions for the 2009-2010 season:

Breaking Up is Hard to Do
Oct. 1-25
Music by Neil Sedaka; Book by Erick Jackson and Ben H. Winters. This fun-filled musical, currently the newest hit show in Branson, Missouri, features 18 of Sedaka's classic hits.

Song Man, Dance Man
Nov. 5-29
Written and conceived by Jon Peterson. After gracing our stage in 2007 as George M. Cohan, we vowed to have him back and we’re keeping our promise. A tour de force
one-man show about one-man shows, Song Man, Dance Man is a tribute to the great song and dance men who inspired Peterson: Cohan, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Sammy
Davis Jr., Anthony Newley, and Bobby Darin.

The Sunshine Boys
Feb. 25-March 21
By Neil Simon. The comedy to end all comedies. Al Lewis and Willie Clark, are elderly, retired vaudevillians who were once a red-hot beloved comedy team onstage, but
off-stage bickered over trivialities in real life.

The Lady of South Division Street
April 8-May 2
A new comedy by Tom Dudzick. Clara Nowak always thought she was special, ever since the Blessed Virgin Mary materialized in her father’s barber shop in Buffalo!
Now in this comedy from the author of Over the Tavern and Greetings! Clara and her children’s faith is shaken to the very core as an old family legend and a deathbed confession are revealed with heartfelt and hilarious results.

Swing! Swing! Swing!
June 3-27
Conceived and arranged by Brian Pia. The music of the sing, swing and dance decade!

Other special events for this season include many comedy nights with comedians from New York City. Rob Bartlett is back Sept. 26 with an all new comedy show. Others include News Year Eve Comedy Night and Comic Valentine Night that includes chocolates and champagne.

Season Subscribers can also save up to 20% on these special 2009-2010 Special Events and Stage II Productions:
Aug. 1, 2: Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Palace Theater
Sept. 11-27: Stage II Community Production
November: Live Stand-Up Comedy Night
Dec. 11-27: Nuncrackers-A Christmas comedy
Dec. 31: Stand-Up & Count-Down New Year’s Eve Comedy Night
Jan. 8-24: Nunsense. The 25th Anniversary of this classic!
Jan. 30: Italian Comedy Night-A favorite is back.
Feb. 6: The Lustre Kings bring back 50s rock ‘n roll.
Feb. 14: Comic Valentine –Champagne & Chocolates included

For more information call the box office at 203-757-4676, or visit

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