TICKETS GOING FAST FOR EVER-POPULAR
GOSHEN PLAYERS VALENTINE CABARET
“Much Ado About Love”, the 2013 Goshen Players Valentine Cabaret, will be presented for two nights only - get your tickets now!
GOSHEN, CT - 29 January 2013 - Cabaret seating and a talented cast are making tickets for Goshen Players’ Valentine Cabaret sell fast. The 2013 offering, “Much Ado About Love,” will be presented on February 8th and 9th, 2013 at 8:00 pm. With only two performances available, early purchase of tickets is strongly encouraged.
Created and directed by E. Karl Gallmeyer, “Much Ado About Love” promises to be an evening of wonderful entertainment. A cast of eight men and women will bring to you a mix of music, poems, comedy and more as they “educate” audiences, and one another, about the wonders, wiles, wackiness and ways of the mysteries of love.
This event has been a sell-out for the last two years - audiences are strongly encouraged to reserve tickets now! Performances will be held at the Old Goshen Town Hall, 2 North Street, at the Rotary Junction of Routes 4 and 63, Goshen, CT. This intimate performance space is ideal for an evening of warm romance in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
All tickets for this event are $20. Reservations can be made by calling the Box Office at 860.491.9988 and leaving your contact information and ticket request or by visiting www.goshenplayers.org, where you can order tickets on line.
The Goshen Players, Inc. will present their 2013 Valentine Cabaret Much Ado About Love written and directed by E. Karl Gallmeyer. Performance dates are February 8 and 9, 2013 at 8:00 pm and will be held at Old Goshen Town Hall, 2 North Street at the Rotary Junction of Routes 4 and 63, Goshen, CT 06756.
Come in from the cold to enjoy Northwest Connecticut’s most unique Valentine offering! Love is in the air and being celebrated with poetry, comedy and song for two nights only at Old Goshen Town Hall. Goshen Players’ famous cabaret seating creates the perfect intimate atmosphere for a warm evening celebrating the season of love. Seating is limited – reserve now to get the best seats!
The cast includes the author's very talented wife Jeannine Gallmeyer, Denise Skelton, Payton Turpin, Roseanne Elliott, Becky Bridges, Doug Schlicher and Ron Dukenski.